The Doctors: Rock-Hard Celebrity Abs
The Doctors wanted to play a little game called Guess That Celebrity Body Part, specifically abs. They showed trimmed, toned, and tan abs, shraing that they belonged to Channing Tatum. They said Channing Tatum actually biked 20 miles a day and did 120 sit-ups, 60 knee-to-elbow sit-ups, and ran six miles at night, while focusing on a diet with lean protein and green smoothies. Abs like that don’t come easy!
The Doctors: Natural Cure For Upset Stomach
At the first sign of an upset stomach, some people are quick to take antacids, but they can actually cause diarrhea, constipation, or other health issues. You can actually “eat away your stomachache” with foods like ginger, papaya, banana, and applesauce. They naturally lower the acidity in your stomach. Go ahead and throw those antacids in the trash. Trash was the word of the day and you can use the word trash to enter for a chance to win Bruno, the world’s first smart trash can, valued at $100.
The Doctors: Angel Ball For Cancer Research
For The Doctors News in 2:00, The Doctors reported that Heidi Klum was honored at New York’s Angel Ball for her contributions and support for cancer research. Angel’s Gabriel Foundation funds research for less toxic treatments for leukemia, lymphoma, and other related cancers. The gala raised close to $4 million.
The Doctors: World Polio Day
World Polio Day kicks off October 23 in New York City and Dr Jennifer Berman will be there. Today, more than 2.5 billion children have been immunized against the paralyzing and sometimes deadly polio virus. The international event will celebrate the global polio eradication intiative. Kristen Bell and other celebrities have spoken about how close we are to ending polio.
The Doctors: Lamar Odom Update
Lamar Odom is making progress following several strokes allegedly brought on by a combination of herbal erectile dysfunction supplements and cocaine use. Earlier this week, Odom was airlifted from a Las Vegas medical center to a Los Angeles hospital, where doctors are evaluating the extent of damage done to vital organs. Some reports claim that he may need a kidney transplant, which could be complicated because of his history with substance abuse.
The Doctors: Too Much Acetaminophen?
Flu season is back which means everyone needs the annual flu vaccine. Often times, at the first sign of a fever or other flu symptoms, people will reach for acetaminophen, which can be effective, but it’s also in a lot of over-the-counter cold medications and other medications, which means it’s easy to take multiple remedies of it without realizing. If you take too much, it can cause accute liver failure. If you’re taking multiple things, talk to your pharmacist to be sure you’re not taking too much acetaminophen.