The Doctors March 4 2015 Recap
On Wednesday, March 4, The Doctors talked to a woman who has a severe nasal spray addiction and finally sought help. Then, they had their cameras rolling as both a mother and daughter underwent reconstructive surgery to repair their ears that were deformed due to Microtia.
Drs: Cellphone Addiction Gone Too Far + TV Binge Watching Risks
The Doctors kicked off their show by talking about the shocking thing that many Americans do while using their cellphones. They also talked about some of the negative health effects of binge watching your favorite TV shows.
The Doctors: Veteran With PTSD Shares Results Of Treatment
The Doctors shared an update on the paralyzed veteran who had PTSD and chose to undergo a treatment that is still in the trial stage. He shared how the injection worked for him.
The Drs: Health Effects Of Nasal Spray Addiction + Treatment
One woman opened up to The Doctors about her 26-year nasal spray addiction and Dr Andrew Ordon took a look inside her nose to see how much damage has been done.
The Doctors: Mother-Daughter Ear Reconstruction For Microtia
The Doctors had their cameras rolling as a mother and daughter underwent ear reconstruction surgeries to fix their deformities caused by microtia.
The Doctors: Measles Outbreak + Vaccine Safety & State Bill
The Doctors discussed the measles outbreak and the bill that is currently being proposed about vaccinations that have been proven to be safe.
Drs: Naturally Curl Your Lashes + Ryan Phillippe Depression
Dr Rachael Ross explained how you can naturally curl your lashes without a potentially damaging eyelash curling tool. Plus, they talked about Ryan Phillippe opening up about his battle with depression.