The Doctors: Cinco De Mayo
How are you celebrating Cinco De Mayo? This celebration of Mexican culture and heritage is actually more popular in America than in Mexico, but that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying another of the nation’s top drinking holidays.
Feel free to break out the margaritas and sombreros to join in a little revelry. But feel free to go to your celebrations armed with some bonus trivia: astound your friends this weekend by noting that Mexican Independence Day is actually September 16.
If you are The Doctors, you can’t be drinking on the job, so you have to find other ways to celebrate the holiday. I guess that’s why the team is commemorating the occasion a day early, on their May 4 2012 episode.
To celebrate, they have compiled a show of top 5 lists, which are always a fun and memorable way to learn about new things. Get ready to find out what made their lists, and the health advice they’ve distilled for you in convenient list form, coming to you on this Friday’s new episode.
The Drs TV: It’s Not PMS
As long as we’re dispelling myths in observance of Cinco De Mayo, I’m sure that women everywhere can agree: just because you are in a bad mood doesn’t mean people should automatically diagnose PMS. That’s kind of sexist in the first place, but secondly, there are plenty of other health factors that could come into play and explain what’s truly going on.
For the Friday May 4 2012 edition of The Doctors, get the truth about five other reasons that could be behind your irritability or bad mood. That’s just the beginning. The team is also listing health warning signs for Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Urinary Tract Infections, so set your DVR to learn the symptoms to spot.
Plus, are you breaking women’s health rules that could lead to infertility? And, are there so-called health foods in your diet that are actually making you fat? Check out these lists and find even more to explore when The Doctors is all new for Cinco De Mayo.