The Drs: Childhood Cancer Vigil Interrupted By Secret Service


The Doctors: Skin Cancer Risk

The Doctors reported that a new study found that people with more than 50 moles might be at a greater risk for skin cancer, but those with fewer than 50 could be more prone to melanoma, the most deadly form of skin cancer. Everyone should get their skin checked at least once a year, and of course, always wear sunscreen! Also, always try to stay in the shade. Shade was the word of the day and you can use the word shade to enter for a chance to win a $100 gift certificate for Infinity Sun self-tanning and skin care products.


The Doctors: Candlelight Vigil Interrupted By Secret Service

The Doctors: Childhood Cancer Vigil Interrupted By Secret Service

The Doctors reported on the candlelight vigil for childhood cancer patients that was interrupted by the secret service. (tschiae / Flickr)

The Doctors then shared their News in 2:00, reporting that participants at a candlelight vigil to raise awareness about childhood cancer were angered when the secret service ordered them to leave the park near the White House. The Night of Golden Lights organizers had obtained a permit for the event, but the secret services cited security concerns as their reason for shutting down part of the two-day event called Cure Fest For Childhood Cancer. There were more than 700 attendees, many of which who were sick children who began crying as their parents got angry. The secret service expressed their regrets for not communicating more effectively about “protective movements in the vicinity of the park.”


The Doctors: NFL Brain Trauma Research

The Doctors then discussed researchers who discovered chronic traumatic encephalopathy or CTE, in 87 former NFL players who donated their brains to science after they died. This supported previous research that said repeated, minor head trauma may pose a serious risk to players in addition to the violent collisions that cause concussions. The NFL said in part “we are dedicated to making football safer and continue to take steps to protect players… including rule changes, advanced sideline technology, and expanded medical resources.”

The Doctors: Ashton Kutcher On Shark Tank

The Doctors also shared that in six seasons, Shark Tank has invested $65 million in aspiring entrepreneurs and inventors. In the season 7 premiere, Ashton Kutcher was interested in the baby bottle feeder, the Beebo. But we’ll have to tune in to Shark Tank to find out if he invested his money.

The Doctors: Corn Starch For Greasy Hair

The Doctors then shared a quick-fix for greasy hair, explaining that corn starch is cheaper than dry shampoo but is just as effective. Plus it’s more natural. Just powder it on using a clean makeup brush, and use a little teasing or a blow dryer to make your hair look more fresh. It works best on blonde hair and grey hair.


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