The Doctors: Swallowed Bobby Pin + Iodine For Pimples

The Doctors: Swallowed Hair Pin Nearly Kills Little Boy.

Imagine a bobby pin being stuck inside your body for months without even knowing it, because that’s exactly what happened to a 4-year-old boy and it nearly took his life. So why was it not discovered sooner? The boy was suffering from symptoms like fever and abdominal pain and even told his parents about the pin a month before his symptoms started, but no one really looked into it. It ended up piercing his bowel, causing perforation and it wasn’t until a CT scan that it was discovered. It was able to be seen on an X-ray and allegedly the doctors thought it was just pass on its own.

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If you swallow something and it feels like it’s stuck, sometimes you can drink some water to flush it down. If you or your child swallowed something concerning, it’s always best to check it out and talk to your doctor. If it doesn’t pass through the digestive tract naturally, it could cause serious damage.

The Doctors: Swallowed Bobby Pin + Iodine For Pimples

The Doctors explained how a bobby pin nearly killed a 4-year-old boy after he swallowed it. (hey__paul / Flickr)

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The Doctors: Iodine For Pimples

Iodine is typically used to clean skin for surgery, but now several beauty blogs are using it as a pimple-reducer. Dr Drew Ordon explained that iodine can be efficient at getting bacteria out of your pimple. If you’re allergic to shell fish you don’t want to try iodine. It can help you skin heal! Heal was the word of the day and you can use the word the heal to enter for a chance to win the Sonulase wrinkle-reducing system on The Doctors website.

The Doctors: Star Wars Force For Fashion

For their News in 2:00, they reported that Star Wars director J.J. Abrams screened a rough cut of the movie for a man dying of cancer, then Harrison Ford promoted a chance to win a once-in-a-lifetime experience with the movie’s cast through Omaze.com. Now, the actors and actresses have teamed up with a fashion fundraising initiative called Force for Fashion. Several designers created Star Wars inspired outfits that will be auctioned off at CharityBug.com to benefit the Child Mind Institute.

The Doctors: Chris Hemsworth Movie Diet

In the Heart of the Sea is a movie recounting the true story of a crew battling for survival when a mammoth whale cripples their ship. The tale would inspire the classic novel “Moby Dick.” Chris Hemsworth talked about the severe diet restrictions he had to endure in order to mirror the life of a staving crew member. Every week he had to reduce his calories more and more until he was down to about 500-600 calories a day. He described it as “a bit of a nightmare.”

The Doctors: Monica Lewinsky VS Bullying

In the January issue of “Glamour” magazine, Monica Lewinsky talks about the dark side of social media, telling the magazine that online “shaming, harassing, and bullying cut deeply and can scar.” Lewinsky is now working with the anti-bullying organization Bystander Revolution and said “when you see anyone being targeted, support him or her with a positive comment or emoji” as well as “Be mindful of clickbait.”

The Doctors: Freeze Your Denim To Keep It Fresh

Do you know what item in your kitchen could keep your denim fresh? The freezer! Cold temperatures can kill of bacteria and odor. Put them in a canvas bag, not plastic, and put in the freezer overnight. In the next morning put into the dryer for about 20 minutes to warm them up.

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