Drs: World’s Oldest Woman Loves Bacon + Bad Children’s Book


The Doctors: ‘Scandal’ Watching Benefits

Are you a fan of Scandal? The good news is that a new study by researchers at the University of Oklahoma claims that watching TV dramas like Scandal can boost your emotional intelligence and even make you a better friend. As Dr Jennifer Ashton said, it’s more validation for us to watch it!


The Doctors: Oldest Woman In The World

Drs: World's Oldest Woman Loves Bacon + Bad Children's Book

The Doctors revealed the surprising most favorite food of a 116-year-old woman. (kimtaro / Flickr)

The Doctors then shared a picture of Susannah from Brooklyn, who is 116-years-old. She’s the oldest woman in the world and she says her favorite food is bacon. She eats it every day and would eat it all day long if she could!

What would be one food you would eat for the rest of your life to make you live longer? Would it be cauliflower? Cauliflower was the word of the day and you can use the word cauliflower on The Doctors website to enter for a chance to win a Trufora anti-aging system.


The Doctors: Boy Excited To See Cast

The Doctors then introduced 13-year-old Walker who woke up from surgery to see a big red cast on his arm, and was overjoyed about it. His parents then covered up his cast, causing him to freak out, worried about where his arm went, only to be thrilled to see it all over again.

Walker then explained to The Doctors that he broke his arm on a rope swing, but didn’t remember much of waking up from surgery. Walker was looking forward to playing football again, but he needed to be sure to listen to his doctor and hold out for as long as he needs to.

The Doctors: Controversial “Children’s” Book

In Stuff My Mom Forwards Me, The Doctors talked about a child’s book that many moms on social media are warning other’s about. It’s titled “Do You Want To Play With My Balls?” Apparently a mom was so disturbed that she put out a viral video thta has now ben viewed more than 12 million times, but The Doctors thought it was hilarious. It’s actually parody that was written for adults. If you want to hear Dr Ordon read the book, you have to check out the video on The Doctors’ website.

The Doctors: Clare Bowen Short Haircut

For the Doctors News in 2:00, they shared that Nashville star Clare Bowen made a bold statement when she chopped off most of her hair. Behind the new look was a story that Clare shared on Facebook, revealing that she was diagnosed with end-stage neuroblastoma when she was just 4-years-old. Chemotherapy caused hair loss, but she recovered and is now a successful actress. The cut was in response to a story she heard about a young girl who said she couldn’t be a princess because she didn’t have long hair. Bowen wanted it to be known that long hair doesn’t make you beautiful, “it’s your insides that count.”

The Doctors: Pauley Perrete Attacked Outside Home

NCIS star Pauley Perrete is lucky to be alive after being attacked by a “very psychotic homeless man” in front of her house in the Hollywood Hills. The LAPD arrested a 45-year-old man on suspicion of felony battery. Afterward, Perrete tweeted that she was “Alone, terrified, and trapped.” She said her attacker punched her in the nose and forehead over and over, saying he was going to kill her.

The Doctors: Lawsuit Over Defective Birth Control Pills

Now, hundreds of women are suing a drug company for defective birth control pills that resulted in 113 accidental pregnancies in 26 states. The company recalled the pills after it was discovered that rows of pills inside the boxes were placed upside down, causing women to take placebo pills during the weeks they should’ve been taking hormone pills, putting them at risk for conception.

The class-action suit seeks millions of dollars in damages, including the costs of raising children born from the unplanned pregnancies.

The Doctors: Blot Your Pizza!

For the Prescription of the Day, The Doctors explained that research suggests blotting your pizza could reportedly cut about40 calories and 4.5 grams of fat. The average American consumes almost 23 pounds of pizza annually. If you blot, you can soak up more than 6,000 calories in a year, nearly 2 lbs of fat.


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