The Doctors April 10 2013 Recap
The Doctors April 10 2013 was an episode of previously-aired segments all about debunking common health myths. Is it necessary to have a bowel movement every day? Is it always healthy to cook with olive oil? Find out the answers to these and more questions. Plus, actress Anne Heche and her spouse, James Tupper, discussed Tickle Time Sunblock. Here’s what you missed on The Doctors April 10.
The Doctors: Autom, Robot Fitness Trainer, & Regular Bowel Movements
Autom is a robot fitness trainer that counts calories, keeps track of food intake and even helps you exercise – sounds too good to be true! Learn more about Autom on The Doctors April 10. Also, learn whether it’s necessary to have a bowel movement every single day.
The Doctors: Tickle Time Sunblock Review & Lactose Intolerant to Sugar
Actors Anne Heche and James Tupper discussed whether or not their son is lactose intolerant on The Doctors April 10. They also discussed their new TV roles and Tickle Time Sunblock, which is the only sunscreen Anne and James will use.
The Drs: Fattest Cheese & Obese Teens Eat Fewer Calories Than Fit Teens
Even if you can’t live without cheese (like me!), learn which cheeses have the highest fat content on The Doctors. Also learn whether it’s always healthy to cook with olive oil, if bread can stop the dreaded “onion cry” and if obese children actually eat more calories than healthy children. The answers may surprise you!
The Doctors: Migraine Triggers, Baldness & Does Milk Create Phlegm?
The Doctors helped Holly answer a very important question: will her lady parts return to normal after having a baby? Plus, does drinking milk create phlegm? The Doctors April 10 also covered information on migraine triggers and whether baldness is related to heart attacks in men.