The Doctors August 28 2012
The Doctors August 28 featured great and fast ways to transform yourself. Look younger, thinner, & sexier– from your hair to your knees– with all of the Doctors’ tips. We also found out how to tell if someone is lying and examined a recent plastic surgery controversy. To find out more about all the segments on The Doctors, click on the links below.
The Doctors: Teen Plastic Surgery & Father-Daughter Controversy
You might think that a teenager would have no reason to go under the knife for plastic surgery, but it’s clear that the trend is currently on the rise. The Doctors weighed in on the issue of teens and plastic surgery, plus spoke with Dr Michael Niccole and his daughter, Brittani. When Dr Niccole recently performed breast augmentation on his eighteen-year-old daughter, he caused a huge splash in the news. Hear what Dr Niccole has to say for himself.
Plus, the Doctors and Reader’s Digest editor-in-chief Liz Vaccariello discussed a casino’s recent “freebies for fatties” promotion. A good idea, or not?
The Doctors: Celebrity Hair Fixes and Kym Douglas “Fakeover”
The Doctors took a look at some popular celebrity hair trends, such as the Croydon facelift (hint: you don’t need to go under the knife.) Also, celebrity hairstylist to the stars Ken Paves showed how you can transform your look with with his easy hair pieces, and beauty expert Kym Douglas performed a “fakeover” on a hard-working mom.
The Doctors: Smart Liposuction Review & How to Spot a Lie
April hated her chubby knees, so she turned to the Doctors for help. On The Doctors August 28, Dr Nicholas Nikolov explained how his smart liposuction procedure solved April’s problem once and for all. Plus, Dr Stork discussed the body’s physical reactions to lying, and turned to an expert for advice on how to spot a lie.
The Doctors: Chronic Pain and Fake Household Dangers
Finally on The Doctors August 28, Dr Jim Sears pointed out some fake household dangers. Dr Stork also sat down with Dr Freda Lewis-Hall to discuss chronic pain, and why you should pay attention to what your body may be trying to tell you.