The Doctors April 8 2016 Recap
For a while now, headlines about arsenic in rice and rice products has grabbed the attention of consumers. But now, parents are especially concerned upon hearing reports that the potentially harmful toxin is even showing up in infant rice cereal. So what’s the truth about arsenic in rice cereal? Plus, attorney Areva Martin often contributes to The Doctors to discuss legal cases, but she’s dedicated her life to helping families affected by Autism. Hear how she has improved the lives of hundreds of people.
The Drs: Janet Jackson Pregnant? + Arsenic In Infant Rice Cereal
Janet Jackson recently announced that she would be taking time off and even cancelling performances to rest while she and her husband plan their family. She didn’t go into detail, which left many wondering: is Janet Jackson pregnant? Plus, everything you need to know about arsenic in infant rice cereal.
Drs: Promote Autism Acceptance + Help Families & Raise Awareness
Areva Martin has been able to change the lives of hundreds, if not thousands of people, through her work for Autism. Because Autism has affected Martin on a deeply personal level, she was able to bring a new level of understanding to the world of developmental disabilities. Hear how she has truly made a difference.
The Drs: Obese & Pregnant Risks + Essential Oils Issue At Daycare
The Doctors also explained worries over obese, pregnant women, and how a pill could potentially improve a difficult situation. Plus, the story of how seemingly innocent essential oils caused a scary, confusing situation at one daycare.