The Doctors: Can You Use Lemon To Lighten Your Underarms?
The Doctors wanted to find out the real deal of a popular DIY beauty trend found on Pinterest. Does lemon juice really work to lighten dark underarms? Supposedly you can lighten your underarms just by rubbing your armpits with lemon slices, or a combo of lemon juice and baking soda. The Doctors suggested you avoid the DIY treatment, explaining that it can cause a very uncomfortable skin condition and even burns from the acids in the fruit. If you have discoloration, talk to your doctor for a real treatment. If you see a darkening of your skin, it can be a sign of insulin resistance or diabetes.
The Doctors: App For Hiding Photos & Videos
The Doctors then shared news for parents everywhere, revealing a secret app that allows users to hide inappropriate photos or videos. It’s called “Private Photo” or “Calculator%.” It’s one of many out there that hides your photo or video collection by making it look like a calculator. Dr Ashton said it’s better to be an annoying parent than be sorry. Dr Stork joked that he’s happy to have another place to selfies! Selfies was the word of the day and you can use the word selfies to enter for a chance to win a $200 gift card to Picture It On Cavas.
The Doctors: Hot Dogs With Human DNA?
For their News in 2:00, The Doctors reported that each year, an estimated 7 billion hot dogs are consumed between Memorial Day and Labor Day in the U.S. Now, a report claims to have found human DNA in 2% of hot dogs tested on a molecular level. Using genomic technology, a research company called Clear Food is able to analyze ingredients to test the accuracy of content labels. The Clear Food report also found that 10% of all vegetarian products appear to contain meat. Butterball, McCormick, and Hebrew National received good marks from Clear Food for their quality production of hot dogs.
The Doctors: Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation
The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation is a global leader in the fight against pediatric HIV and Aids. Since 1989, the foundation’s A Time for Heroes Festival has raised more than $35 million for prevention and care at nearly 8,000 facilities in 15 countries. Tori Spelling and Danica McKellar praised the foundation.
The Doctors: Inspect Halloween Candy
Halloween is in three days and each year the FDA reminds parents to inspect all candy that is collected. A recent post on social media has parents concerned about the drug Ecstasy being given out as a colorful Halloween candy. Authorities believe chances are remote, but children should stick to commercially wrapped treats.
The Doctors: Smaller Plates To Lose Weight
The Doctors prescription of the day was an easy weight loss trick. All you have to do is use a smaller plate. A smaller plate can trick you into eating less by making you think you’re eating more. A University of Cambridge research study proved it to be true! Its a simple way to save yourself as much as 500 calories a day!