The Drs: Exercise To Lower Alcoholism Risk
The Doctors shared that exercise can lower your chance of alcoholism. A recent study showed that women and men who work out for two hours a week were 40% less likely to develop alcoholism. Approximately 38 million Americans are binge drinking four times a month or more. All you really need is motivation to get after it and “motivation” was the word of the day!
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The Drs: Kate Mara Workout Routine
For The Doctors News in 2:00, The Doctors shared that Fantastic 4 will be coming out in August 2015, but the star of the movie, Kate Mara, was on the cover of Women’s Health. In the interview, she talked about switching up her workouts sharing that she’s into boxing while other days she’ll do pilates or run a lot. She said it depends on her mood.
The Drs: Conrad Hilton Legal Trouble
Paris Hilton‘s brother Conrad, could be facing 20 years in prison for interfering with a flight crew on a London to Los Angeles trip. According to a 17-page FBI affidavit, Conrad was violent on the flight and threatened to kill several flight attendants, a co-pilot, and promised to get them all fired, saying “My father will pay this all out, he’s done it before.”
A pilot authorized a team of flight attendants to restrain Conrad with aviation restraints, and Conrad screamed that his career as a model would be ruined. Robert Shapiro, who was a part of the O.J. Simpson legal team, is defending Conrad, and hinted that his behavior may have been the effect of a sleeping pill.
The Drs: Faulty Hollywood Medical Advice
The Doctors then shared that last week Gwyneth Paltrow grew criticism from doctors with her misguided advice on intimate steaming. Now, a University of Alberta professor has published a book called Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything? The book discusses the danger of celebrity culture and science clashing. The current measles outbreak casts a dark shadow on Jenny McCarthy and her anti-vaccine movement.
The Drs: Avoid Crying While Cutting An Onion
The Doctors then shared that when you cut an onion, it releases a sulfuric vapor that reacts with the water in your eyes, leading to sulfuric acid that causes you to cry. In order to stop the chemical reaction, set a small fan over the cutting board to blow the sulfur vapors away from your face and eyes.