The Doctors February 18 2013 Recap
The Doctors welcomed two celebrity guests to help address some serious health issues on February 18. First, Dr Karent Sierra, star of The Real Housewives of Miami, joined a discussion on caffeine and later performed an incredible makeover. Plus, actress Elizabeth Perkins spoke publicly for the very first time about her Type I Diabetes. For more information on these segments and more, click the links below.
The Doctors: Caffeine Overdose, How Caffeine Affects Body & Caffeine and Incontinence
The Doctors February 18 examined one of America’s favorite vices, caffeine. How harmful is that energy drink or morning cup of coffee? Dr Travis Stork explained how caffeine affects the body and how a caffeine overdose can occur. Later, urologist Dr David Josephson discussed the link between caffeine and incontinence in men.
The Doctors: Elizabeth Perkins Type I Diabetes & Symptoms of Diabetes
Actress Elizabeth Perkins has never discussed her Type I Diabetes, until now, that is. Elizabeth joined The Doctors and revealed how she was diagnosed after several years of symptoms. Plus, learn about a documentary Elizabeth is currently filming about Type I Diabetes.
The Doctors: Dr Karent Sierra Smile Makeover & Dress For Success
The Doctors February 18 also detailed the extraordinary transformation of a homeless single mother of six, Susan. Years of living through an abusive relationship wreaked havoc on Susan’s smile, and also her self esteem. Find out how reality star and cosmetic dentist Dr Karent Sierra helped Susan get her life on track.