The Doctors: Kids & Sleeping Pills
Maybe your veterinarian has told you it’s OK to give your dog a pill when traveling, or if they have anxiety during storms. But that doesn’t mean this same logic carries over to your kids. Have you heard of parents dosing their children with sleeping pills to get them to go to sleep?
It’s a real problem, and on the April 5 2012 episode of The Doctors, the team will explain what some of the consequences can be for this shortcut.
As The Drs have mentioned before, we as a society are so quick to reach for a pill bottle as the solution to our problems, but what we too often forget is that our actions can have serious consequences, especially when it comes to adult dosages of medications in children.
The Drs TV: Torn ACL & Sports Injuries
You’ve probably heard on the sports report or from a friend or teammate about someone who has torn their ACL. But what does it really mean, and what is the medical science behind it? The Doctors will explain on their April 5 2012 episode.
Go inside the true story of a patient whose life changed when he heard a snap in his knee and felt excruciating pain. Plus, find out the truth and consequences behind an alarming statistic: a 400% increase in ACL tears over the last 10 years. What could be causing this, and what can you do to prevent it from happening to someone you love? Don’t miss The Doctors so you can get the answers. Set your DVR now for the April 5 2012 episode.
The Doctors: Your Actions Have Side Effects
Whether we like to think about it or not, every choice we make has some type of consequence on our health, be it good or bad. From everything we eat throughout the day, to our level of fitness and activity that can keep us in shape, we are constantly making choices that add up to a picture of our health.
Find out what it all means, and what you should be taking into account, when The Doctors talk about the health consequences of our everyday actions on their April 5 2012 episode.