The Doctors December 22 2014 Preview
On Monday, December 22, The Doctors talked about the controversial reason people are turning to feeding tubes to help them lose weight. They also took a closer look at the condition of a little girl in India whose head has swollen to a size larger than a basketball, and what could have possibly caused the swelling.
The Drs: Feeding Tube Diet
The Doctors had a lot to say about the controversial feeding tube diet, in which patients consume only 800 calories a day, all through a feeding tube. They welcomed the doctor who performs the procedure, encouraging the feeding tube diet as a supplement for weight loss. They also talked to a woman who claims that the diet worked for her.
The Drs: Condition Causing Severe Swelling Of Baby’s Head
The Doctors looked at the case of a young girl in India whose head swelled until it was larger than a basketball. They explained what could have caused the swelling and what can be done to treat it as well as prevent it from happening in the first place.
The Drs: Seeking A Second Opinion + Hypothyroidism
The Doctors also explained why a second opinion is something you should often consider, and how it eventually helped a woman find the true diagnosis of hypothyroidism.
The Drs: Dangerous Teen Trend
The Doctors then discussed a shocking new online trend where teenagers are literally setting themselves on fire. The big questions is: why?
The Drs: Cinnamon & Honey Miracle Cure?
The Doctors took a closer look at the “miraculous” powers of cinnamon and honey and how they can potentially help you with certain problems
The Drs: Anti-Aging Tip + Symptoms of Depression
The Doctors also had a great tip for managing your skin and achieving a youthful glow. Plus, they shared the symptoms of depression with their viewers to make sure you know what to look for in order to potentially save a loved one’s life, or perhaps even your own.
Drs: Male Pattern Baldness & Ebola Virus
The Doctors then looked at male pattern baldness and what it has recently been linked to, and then shared an update on the deadly Ebola virus.