The Doctors: Arrested For Leaving 12-Year-Old Alone While At The Gym
A mom in New Mexico was charged with a felony after leaving her son in the gym parking lot, unattended, while she worked out for an hour. The problem is that the child is 12-years-old, and according to local law, “Children 11 years or older can be legally left alone, but the child must be mature enough…”
The mom was taken to jail and officially charged, meaning she now has to have supervised visits with her son. Were things taken too far? The Doctors were quick to point out that there’s a difference between being being alone at home and being alone in a random parking lot. More than anything, it’s important to know your own child and how mature they are in certain situations.
The Doctors: Celebrity Nail Secrets
Moving on, The Doctors then shared that 2016 is reportedly the year of the nail. Celebrities everywhere are sporting perfect manicures and pedicures, so Dr Andrew Ordon and Dr Travis Stork wanted to find out what all the hype was about. They visited Natalie Minerva at Nail Swag and enjoyed a full beauty treatment for their hands and feet, as Natali revealed her celebrity clients include Paris Hilton and Ariana Grande. The visit was complete with a toe selfie!
Natalie then joined the show, as Dr Ordon revealed the word “rad” with a bit of bling on his big toe. Dr Stork got a little bling on his big toe as well! If you want to go in for a manicure or pedicure, Natalie first suggested that you be very aware of where you put your feet. She recommended a basin bowl without jets, because bacteria and fungus can hide in the jets. She also claimed that nude is the color of 2016 because it’s fresh, clean, and goes with every outfit.
The Doctors: Emergency Kit Must-Haves
According to the CDC, over 136 million people visit the emergency room each year. Knowing what to do during an emergency can be the difference between life and death. The Doctors brought in the original Hulk and special deputy sheriff Lou Ferrigno joined the show to reveal what three things you have to have in your emergency kit. First was cling wrap or plastic wrap because if you wrap it over a bandage, it will prevent water from getting into the wound.
He also promoted Stops-Bleeding, which is an FDA-approved product to stop any kind of bleeding. It comes in a powder form and you pour it into the wound then apply pressure to stop the bleeding. Lou also really likes the LifeStraw, because it allows you to drink water no matter where you are, with the built-in filter.
Would you add anything else to an emergency kit as a must-have?