The Doctors September 25 2014 Recap
The Doctors discussed the 24-hour breast lift, and discovered that it’s not actually meant solely as a temporary confidence boost. Plus, they talked about the HPV and flu vaccines and explained who should get vaccinated and why. Also, why did one woman undergo a hand lift right after getting engaged and what does it have to do with the selfie craze?
The Doctors: 24-Hour Breast Lift + Are Breast Implants Right For You?
The Doctors talked about the procedure that boosts your bust for just 24 hours, and the doctor who invented the procedure explained why. Plus, if you’re thinking about getting breast implants, The Doctors explain why the 24-hour breast lift might be a good option for you.
The Dr: Drunk-Like Symptoms Without Alcohol? + Auto-Brewery Syndrome
The Doctors discussed a syndrome that caused one man to blow three times the legal limit during a Breathalyzer test, without even taking a sip of alcohol.
The Doctors: Man Traveling With Giant Ball + Testicular Cancer Campaign
Thomas Cantley is traveling across Canada and the U.S. with a giant ball. The Doctors took a closer look at his story and why he’s doing it.
The Drs: HPV & Flu Vaccines + Who Should Get Vaccinated & Why?
The Doctors then talked about HPV and the flu, and explained why everyone should get vaccinated. They also explained who’s at risk and who can get the vaccinations.
The Doctors: Cosmetic Surgery Just For Selfies? + Hand Lift Procedure
Dr. Drew Ordon pointed out the increase in cosmetic procedures in the last year, and said undoubtedly the selfie craze is to blame. They took a closer look at one woman who underwent a hand lift, just so that she could take a better picture.
The Doctors: Teaching Yoga To Fight Back Against Chicago Violence
Dr. Rachael Ross talked to one woman in Chicago who is using yoga as a way to fight back against the alarming violence rate in her dangerous neighborhood.
The Drs: Counting Bites Vs Chews + Onion To Reduce Bee Sting Swelling
The Doctors talked about a watch that counts the number of bites its wearer takes, and discussed whether it’s more beneficial to count bites or the number of chews per bite. Plus, can onions really help relieve bee sting symptoms?