The Doctors: Janice Dickinson Diagnosed With Breast Cancer
Breast cancer will be diagnosed in more than 230,000 women in 2016. Janice Dickinson is known as America’s first supermodel, but now she’s opening up about a world she never imagined she would be a part of. Janice has been in front of the cameras for years and is no stranger to speaking her mind. Upon learning she had breast cancer, she knew she had to share the news with anyone who would listen. She explained that for the last few months, she hadn’t been feeling like herself. She underwent a breast exam and her internist felt a lump. After comprehensive tests from four different specialists, despite undergoing regular mammograms, she was finally told she had cancer near the end of March of 2016.
Her mom diagnosed with breast cancer, so she knew all-too-well how her son felt when she told him the news. She admitted to feeling afraid for the first time, which is unusual for her. But now, she recognizes how lucky she is to have such a loving family, despite everything she went through in her past. She hopes to see her daughter walk down the aisle, meet her grandchildren, and marry her fiance. She’s now encouraging women to undergo regular breast exams and shared that she will soon have surgery.
The Doctors will follow Janice’s journey as she goes through treatment for her cancer.
The Doctors: Potty-Training Hacks
Moving on, The Doctors tackled potty training, explaining that many parents are turning to a method that promises to potty train their toddlers in just three days. They shared a few of those potty-training hacks parents are using as part of the three-day plan. First, turn off the TV to eliminate distractions, to which Dr Ashton argued “it will happen when they’re ready.” Also, keep talking to your toddler about their bodily functions and using the toilet. You can also rubber bath mats to create a barrier between your potty-training toddler and the couch. Most important of all, during potty training, remember to have a sense of humor.
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The Doctors: Real Housewives Stars Injured While Off-Roading
For The Doctors’ News in 2:00, it was reported that two Real Housewives of Orange County went off-roading in the California dessert, while cameras were rolling. The two women ended up being airlifted to a nearby hospital. According to reports, the vehicle they were riding rolled over multiple times. Vicki Gunvalson and Tamra Judge were never in grave danger and both have since been released.
The Doctors: Man Found Dead In Disneyland Attraction
A 45-year-old man was found dead inside an attraction at Disneyland Paris. The haunted house has been closed and an investigation has been launched. It is believed that the man, a technician in the park, was electrocuted while working on the haunted house, Phantom Manor.
The Doctors: The First Monday In May & Met Ball
The First Monday in May seems to be the most talked about film being shown at the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival. Director Andrew Rossi was given access into the world of Vogue Editor in Chief, Anna Wintour, as she created and executed the Met Ball. Being a celebrity doesn’t automatically mean you’re granted access to the event. Wintour reportedly banned parsley from being served as part of any menu items at the ball, “because you don’t want that stuck in your teeth.”
Onion and garlic were also banned from the menu because of bad breath, and “appetizers like Bruschetta are banned because they can easily fall on your gown.”