The Doctors January 14 2015 Recap
The Doctors followed the journey of a baby born with a birth defect called esophageal atresia on January 14 and then later shared a recipe for delicious and healthy maple walnut granola.
The Drs: Can Exercise Predict Death? + Fast Food Obesity Ban
The Doctors talked about the possibility that one seemingly simply exercise could predict how much long you’re going to live. They then spoke to a TV host from the U.K. who says fast food restaurants should ban obese people.
The Drs: Surgery To Save Baby Born With Esophageal Atresia
One of the producers of The Doctors shared the incredible story of how his first daughter was recently born with esophageal atresia and had to undergo grueling surgery in order to be able to live a normal, healthy life.
The Drs: Surgery To Fix Botched Plastic Surgery + Dramatic Results
The Doctors then shared the results of the plastic surgery one woman underwent to repair the damage that was done to her body after a previous botched plastic surgery.
The Drs: Reading Food Labels + Maple Walnut Granola Recipe
The Doctors explained the importance of reading food labels and what to look for when trying to consume only whole grains. They also shared their delicious recipe for maple walnut granola.
Drs: Satisfy Cravings With Pictures + Celine Dion Delays Return
Did you know it’s possible to satisfy your food cravings by looking at pictures? One study claims it is! Plus, The Doctors discuss why Celine Dion is delaying her return to Las Vegas.