The Doctors April 29 2013 Recap
The Doctors April 29 2013 featured information on common health problems both young and old. From baby boomers’ concerns over aging and osteoporosis to when a baby can transition to adult food, The Doctors covered it all. For more information on each segment, click the links below.
The Doctors: Gender Reveal Ultrasound Parties & Hysterectomy Procedure
The Doctors met with a fabulous group of baby boomer-aged women who shared their concerns regarding aging. But first, Dr. Lisa reported on two new trends affecting women: gender reveal ultrasound parties and a surprising benefit associated with hysterectomies.
The Doctors: Vocal Cord Nodules & Loss Of Smell & Taste With Age
Sally and Jan shared their questions with The Doctors April 29. Sally, the chatty member of the group, asked if her vocal cord nodules could be something more serious. Then, Jan wondered if she was at risk for losing her sense of smell and taste.
The Doctors: The Squish Test, Baby Bottle Tooth Decay & Baby Talk
Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears answered some common questions regarding parenting and babies. When can a baby eat adult food? Can a baby go to sleep with a bottle? And when should you stop speaking in baby talk? Find the answers to these and more questions.
The Drs: Warning Signs Of Arthritis & Balloon Kyphoplasty Procedure
Finally, Dr. Ordon shared information on the common warning signs of arthritis. Could a bump on your finger indicate arthritis? Plus, learn more about the revolutionary balloon kyphoplasty procedure that could cure your back pain forever.