The Doctors September 22 2014 Recap
The Doctors shared seven unhealthy sins you could be making without even realizing it on September 22. They talked to a woman who developed an eating disorder called orthorexia after going vegan for two years. Plus, they took a closer look at the surgery performed to repair keratoconus and the procedure that could potentially get rid of chronic pain.
Drs: Being Too Healthy? + Vegan Vs Vegetarian Dangers & Orthorexia
The Doctors shared the first health sin you could be making: being too healthy. Yes, it’s possible! A young blogger shared her experience with vegan-ism and explained how it led to an eating disorder.
The Drs: Mom Arrested For Sending Son To Park Alone + Too Overprotective?
The Doctors then discussed how one mom was arrested for allowing her son to go to the park without her. Is raised the next health concern: are people too overprotective?
The Drs: Surgery To Repair Keratoconus + When To Seek A Second Opinion
One young boy shared his story of his struggle with keratoconus and the surgery he had done to repair it. Plus, do you know when you should seek a second opinion? The Doctors will help you know when you should.
The Doctors: How To Manage Hidradenitis Suppurativa + Skin Boils
Another brave woman came forward about her struggle with hidradenitis suppurativea or skin boils on certain areas of her body. The Doctors helped her get the treatment she needed and also explained ways to manage and even avoid getting more skin boils.
The Doctors: Option For Chronic Pain Relief + Freeze Suffering Away
The Doctors shared an option for those suffering from chronic pain that involved freezing the area that is most painful, using a special technique.
Drs: Is It Safe To Pop A Cyst? + Dangers Of Performing Surgery On Self
One woman explained her concern over a big bump on her finger, and asked The Doctors if she should just try to pop it to get it to go away. The Doctors explained why popping it is not the right thing to do, and shared another health sin: performing surgery on yourself.
Drs: Health Risks Of Excess Sugar + Possible Meningitis At Georgetown
The Doctors shared that alarming health risks that go along with eating too much sugar. Plus, they discussed the possible case of meningitis at Georgetown University.