The Doctors February 29 2016 Recap
Not much can beat the experience of seeing a brand new movie in in the theater with a bucket of popcorn in your lap. But could that fun experience be putting your health at risk? The Doctors swabbed various areas within the cinema to find out just how much bacteria is lurking! Plus, a unique airport kiosk is teaching people hands-only CPR in minutes, and one young man already used what he learned to save a friend’s life!
Drs: Movie Theater Germs + College Freshman Fitness Trackers
Do you know how much bacteria could you be coming into contact with when you check out a new movie at your local movie theater? The Doctors swabbed various spots at three different movie theaters to give viewers an idea of the germs lurking there! Plus, one college in Oklahoma has required their freshman to wear fitness trackers in hopes of encouraging better health. Was it a good idea?
Drs: Hands-Only CPR Airport Kiosk Saved Boy Struck By Lightning
Actress Elisabeth Rohm explained how the American Heart Association is encouraging people to learn hands-only CPR with airport kiosks. Then, The Doctors heard from a young man who used what he learned while waiting for a flight, just two days later when a student was struck by lightning!
The Drs: Healthy Food Swaps To Slim Down + Wedgie Jeans?
Jorge Cruise then joined The Doctors on set to explain how just a few food swaps can make all the difference when it comes to your diet and overall health. Plus, are wedgie jeans really a thing?