Drs: See Through Walls With An App + How Liam Hemsworth Stays Fit

The Doctors: Walabot Device With Superhero Powers?

The Walabot is a device with a sensor that can see through walls, measure alcohol content, detect vital signs, and reportedly even save lives in the event of a car crash, fire, or cancer. The 3D imaging includes early breast cancer screening, and the makers of the device claim the possibilities are limitless because the device is connected to your smartphone, with the use of an app.

The Doctors put the device to the test right there on stage. They used the device on a wall to show how it was able to see the pipes and electrical wiring behind the wall. What do you think about the Walabot? Would you use it?

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The Doctors: Liam Hemsworth Fitness Routine

Drs: See Through Walls With An App + How Liam Hemsworth Stays Fit

How does actor Liam Hemsworth manage to stay so fit and trim, to flaunt those rock-hard abs? Th Doctors revealed his routine! (gageskidmore / Flickr)

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Next, The Doctors wanted to play a little game called “Guess That Celebrity Body Part.” First, they showed the muscular upper half of a male celebrity that was revealed to belong to Liam Hemsworth. Liam got his physique from a diverse fitness routine that included running, boxing, and surfing. Liam reportedly loves sweet potatoes, scrambled eggs, and brown rice. Remember, if you’re going to be working out outdoors, protect your skin with sunscreen!

Skin was the word of the day and you can use the word skin on The Doctors’ website to enter for a chance to win Stemology Cell Revive Serum worth $185.

The Doctors: Self-Cleaning Airplane Bathrooms

Would you believe that bathrooms could soon be the cleanest part of the airplane? A self-cleaning airplane bathroom, more specifically called Clean Fresh Cabin Lavatory, is technology that uses antimicrobial coatings and key-touch surfaces. It also uses UV lamps that turn on to disinfect the area. Touch-less sensors are also used for soap, water, and the hand dryer. The toilet seat also raises with just the wave of your hand.

The Doctors: Lela Rochon, Baby’s Death

For their News in 2:00, The Doctors reported that on the latest episode of Oprah: Where Are They Now, actress Lela Rochon spoke about working with Whitney Houston. She also opened up about the traumatic experience of losing a baby boy while shooting her TV show. She was working full-time and her water broke while the camera was rolling. She was rushed to the hospital and the baby didn’t survive. She admitted to feeling a lot of guilt for working as much as she did. She eventually gave birth to two healthy children after five months of bed rest before delivery.

The Doctors: John Grisham ‘The Tumor’ & Focused Ultrasound

Best-selling author John Grisham tackled medical issues for his newest book “The Tumor.” In the book, Grisham tells the story of a husband and father who was diagnosed with a brain tumor, but gives him two alternative endings. In one ending, the character is treated with radiation and lives less than a year. In the other, he’s treated with focused ultrasound and lives around 5-10 years. To raise awareness and advance the technology of Focused Ultrasound, Grisham is offering the book for free. The procedure has been FDA-approved to treat prostate tumors, uterine fibroids, and bone metastasis. Grisham believes that other cancers and diseases like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, could one day benefit from the treatment.

The Doctors: How To Tell Which Eggs Are Hard-Boiled

For The Doctors’ Prescription of the Day, they shared a tip for how you can tell which of your eggs are hard-boiled, and which aren’t. Add some balsamic vinegar to the water when you boil them, that way the hard-boiled eggs will turn to be a different color. Dr Ordon also shared that a hard-boiled egg will spin on a surface, but a raw one won’t.

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