The Doctors June 28 2012
Bacteria is all around us, inside our bodies, but you probably have no idea how much is really there. That was the focus of The Doctors June 28 2012 episode, which looked at healthy vs contagious bacteria, household sources, school outbreaks and more. Check out these segments from The Doctors June 28 2012. (This episode originally aired on The Doctors April 26 2012.)
How Long Is The Small Intestine?
It never hurts to learn something new about your body, which is why Dr Travis enlisted audience volunteers to stretch a small intestine across the show’s set. Just how much bacteria is there in your body, and specifically your digestive system? Here’s a hint: you can’t count that high.
Can Eating Sushi Cause Parasites? Roundworm Vs Ringworm
Sushi is a popular menu item, and new people are trying it out every day. But is it safe? The Doctors looked at how raw or undercooked foods could pose health risks and make your body more susceptible to parasites. Plus, find out how your bacteria from your contacts could make you go blind.
Bacterially Project Toe Cheese & How To Prevent Bacterial Vaginosis
The Bacterially Project is a fusion of art and science. One of the experiments they did involved creating cheese from human bacteria cultures. Find out whether toe cheese or armpit cheese tastes better, according to one scientist. Plus, Dr Lisa shared advice on causes and prevention of Bacterial Vaginosis.
Are Scabies Dangerous? Treatment & Prevention
Scabies are highly contagious, but are they really harmful? The Doctors explained where they come from, how to catch them (or avoid them), and what to do if you think your child has brought them home from school.
Bed Bug Sniffing Dogs: Top Dog Pest Control & Top 10 Bed Bug Cities
Do you live in one of the top 10 cities for Bed Bugs? If so, there’s probably a company like Top Dog Pest Control near you. Find out how dogs are on the front lines detecting Bed Bugs so you can eradicate them, and see what happened when The Doctors put one trained dog to the test.
The Doctors: Kitchen, Bathroom & Home Office Bacteria Warnings
What’s the most bacteria filled place in your house? Do you think it’s the home office, the kitchen, or the bathroom? As Dr Jim Sears explained, they’re all pretty gross when it come to bacteria. Find out the spots you should make sure to hit the next time you’re cleaning up.