The Doctors: No Football Until You’re An Adult?
Will Smith portrays Dr Bennet Omalu in the upcoming movie Concussion. Dr Omalu has now written an Op-Ed in the “New York Times” saying children should be banned from playing football. At the movie’s premiere, Dr Omalu had a warning for parents involved in contact sports, saying that every blow you receive, could cause damage, which is why it could be a good idea to wait until you’re an adult to play football.
Will Smith said he’s a football dad, so it’s about delivering the truth and letting people decide what they want to do with that information.
The Doctors: Celebrity Lookalikes
Have you ever been told you look like a certain celebrity? Celebrity look-alikes are taking social media by storm! Many people believe that we all have a look-alike somewhere in the world, which is why some websites offer to help you find your doppelganger. But for those who look like certain celebrities, they’ve begun changing their hair and wardrobe in order to look more like their famous “twins.”
Miley Cyrus‘ lookalike Mardee and Gabby, Kylie Jenner‘s lookalike joined the show revealing just how much they look like the celebrities. Mardee said she actually got bombarded at Miley’s concert and even met Miley’s dad, getting a photo with him. Gabby admitted that she actually didn’t know who the Kardashians were until someone told her she looked like Kylie. Dr Andrew Ordon explained that scientists have identified five genes that are the most important when identifying facial features and obviously they have genes similar to their lookalikes.
Have you ever been told you look like a certain celebrity?
The Doctors: Deviated Septum Preventing Ability To Breathe
Many people have a deviated septum that doesn’t affect their daily lives, but for one woman, her condition was so unbearable that she knew she had to do something about it. Erika said she couldn’t remember ever being able to breathe through her nose. She constantly wakes up gasping for air, and learned 6 months ago that she had a deviated septum. The surgeon who did Erika’s surgery, said it was probably one of the most complex septums she’s seen because it wasn’t deviated from one side to the other.
Erika joined the show a week out of surgery saying that she’s finally able to breathe through her nose. Erika said she was worried that she would look different after surgery, but she looks the exact same. Dr Jivianne Lee, her surgeon, explained that Erika’s procedure was purely functional and was done endoscopically. The surgery doesn’t cure allergies, which is important to know.