The Doctors September 23 2014 Recap
The Doctors spoke with a woman who was struck by lightning and explained what more than likely happened to her on September 23. They also discussed a new minimally invasive surgery for those suffering from a stroke and then gave a few great tips to help you get a better nights rest.
The Drs: Woman Struck By Lightning + Direct Strike Vs Ground Current
One woman shared her shocking story of when she was struck by lightning, and the effect that it had on her body. The Doctors then explained the difference between a direct lightning strike and a ground current.
The Doctors: How Young Is Too Young To Leave A Child At Home Alone
The Doctors spoke to a woman who wrote on her blog that she lets her 7-year-old son stay at home alone. Her story sparked a debate and raised the question: how young is too young to leave your child at home alone? The Doctors talked about the issue and Dr. Jim Sears shared where he thinks the mom went wrong.
The Doctors: New Minimally Invasive Surgery For Strokes + FAST Symptoms
The Doctors then took a closer look at the story of a young man who suffered from a stroke, and then underwent a new minimally invasive procedure in attempt to get rid of some of the bleeding in his brain. Find out how Jon is doing now and hear from The Doctors what symptoms you should be aware of when it comes to someone having a stroke.
The Doctors: Woman Has Bowel Movement Every Time She Urinates
One woman shared her struggle with The Doctors, explaining that every time she goes to the bathroom, she has to have a bowel movement. The Doctors worked to figure out what was wrong, and find a solution.
The Doctors: What Causes Joint Pain? + Solutions For Better Sleep
The Doctors then discussed morning joint pain after a woman named Donna wrote in about her struggling with stiffness when she wakes up in the morning. They shared tips to help alleviate her back pain, and then gave their advice for a better night sleep.
The Doctors: Everyday Habits Hurting Skin + The Angelina Jolie Effect
The Doctors shared everyday habits that could be hurting your skin, and what you should be doing instead. Plus, they discussed “The Angelina Jolie Effect” as well as the spread of the enterovirus.