Drs: Hollywood Anti-Aging Secrets + Disfigured Sisters’ Makeover

The Doctors: Dramatic Makeover For Sisters

Remember the story about Kristin, the teacher who adopted two girls from India who were considered “un-adoptable” because of facial defects. The Doctors actually surprised Kristen with surgeries and procedures for both girls, who were living with facial scars and a severely disfigured nose. A year later, both girls have recovered from their procedures and they were thrilled to join the show to reveal Munni and Roopa’s transformation. Kristin was absolutely blown away by the generosity of all the doctors involved her daughters’ procedures.

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For Roopa, Dr Gregory G Gion was able to create a prosthesis that was manageable for her. The nasal prosthesis is applied with adhesives and taken off each day. Over time, as Roopa grows or the prosthesis wears out, she’ll come back for new ones. As for Munni, Dr Jon Mendelsohn used local anesthesia and anesthesia in two different procedures to treat Munni’s scars and give her more of a clear complexion. The Doctors had one more surprise in store for the family, as they surprised them with a trip to Disneyland.

Drs: Hollywood Anti-Aging Secrets + Disfigured Sisters' Makeover

So-called Hollywood vampires seem to look just as young today as they did years ago, so what are their secrets to fight aging? (92147157@N07 / Flickr)

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The Doctors: Anti-Aging Celebrity Secrets

Next, The Doctors took a closer look at a few celebrities that have some wondering if they’re true “Hollywood vampires” because of their apparent ability to fight aging. Celebrities like Jennifer Lopez legitimately look the exact same, if not better, than they did years ago. J.Lo openly talks about the fact that she has never been a smoker or drinker, and both habits can certainly age you. Pharrell Williams is now 42-years-old but he certainly doesn’t look it. His trick is washing his face with ice cold water and avoiding fragrances or additives in soaps. Lastly, Gwen Stefani turns to boxing for exercise and baby lotion for moisturizer.

The Doctors: Declutter Your Purse

Studies have shown that a neat environment can help your mental health. Psychotherapist Stacy Kaiser knows that the same thing goes for your purse. To declutter your purse and relieve stress, try storing your earbuds in an eyeglass case to keep them from getting tangled and lost. You can also store all your gift cards together on a key ring by hole-punching your gift cards and keeping them all on the same ring! Just remove them once they’re used up. To store your feminine hygiene products, use a cute pencil case!

The Doctors: White Rice Water For Your Hair

Would you believe that it could actually be good to wash your hair with the cooking water from white rice? Women in Asia tend to use it and they have an average hair length of six feet and usually don’t grey until well into their 80’s. Maybe white rice truly is the secret to flowing locks! Locks was the word of the day and you can use the word locks on The Doctors’ website to enter for a chance to win over $250 worth of Alterna hair care products.

The Doctors: ‘Biggest Loser’ Show Contestants Allegedly Fed Drugs

In The Doctors’ News in 2:00, it was reported that a recent study from the National Institutes of Health found that 14 former contestants on The Biggest Loser, all put weight back on rapidly after the show completed. Now, several former contestants on the weight loss competition show are alleging that staff fed them drugs to keep the pounds off. Former contestant Mark, a San Francisco police officer, told “The New York Post” the show asked for him “to take stimulants [and] lie about how much they ate.” It was reported that contestants were supplied with Adderall and ‘yellow jackets.’

A season 2 contestant, Suzanne, claimed that people would take amphetamines, diuretics, and throw up in the bathroom, and that five fellow contestants had to be rushed to the hospital. Producers issued a statement saying that “The safety and well-being of our contestants is, and always has been, paramount.”

The Doctors: International Red Nose Day

People all over the world come together each year to raise awareness and save lives through the fundraising event Red Nose Day. The event culminates with a live prime-time special. Since 1988, Red Nose Day has raised over $1 billion. Last year, the U.S. became part of the global effort and were able to support programs to keep kids healthy, safe, and educated in all 50 states and 15 countries. Jack Black has been involved and loved the impact that it’s had all over the world.

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