The Doctors October 2 2014 Recap
The Doctors explained a few different possible reasons for why you haven’t been able to lose weight on October 2. They also explained what PCOS is and why a proper diet is so important, and then explored a quick surgery-free eye lift procedure.
The Drs: Reasons You Can’t Lose Weight + Are Allergies Making You Fat?
The Doctors shared four different reasons you may be struggling to shed that extra weight. They called them four “devious” reasons, and they’re some that you may have never considered before. For example, could allergies actually be contributing to your inability to lose weight?
The Drs: UFC Fighter Saved Boyfriend’s Mom + Asthma Attack Triggers
The Doctors then heard the shocking story of how two UFC fighters’ quick thinking helped save a woman from an asthma attack. The Doctors also explained what could have triggered the attack in the first place.
The Drs: Surviving A Flesh-Eating Bacteria + Post-Surgical Scar Repair
One woman shared with The Doctors how she was lucky enough to survive a flesh-eating bacteria that kills 25% of the people it infects, but was left with a post-surgical scar that was affecting her self esteem and even her relationship with her husband.
The Doctors: What Is PCOS? + Avoid Enriched Flour, Eat Whole Grains
The Doctors also talked to a woman who was suffering from PCOS and struggling to lose weight. They helped her by explaining what foods she should avoid and what foods she should be eating instead. Dr. Rachael Ross also explained exactly what is happening in the body for someone suffering from PCOS.
The Doctors: 15-Minute Y Eye Lift Procedure For Youthful Appearance
The Doctors were inside the room as a woman underwent a quick eye lift procedure in order to achieve a more youthful appearance.
The Drs: Ways You’re Aging Your Look + Breast Cancer Drug Extends Life
The Doctors shared unexpected ways you could be aging your appearance and what you should be doing instead. They also discussed the breast cancer drug that has proven to extend the lives of those suffering from breast cancer.