The Doctors March 1 2013 Recap
The Doctors kicked off the month of March with a brand new show detailing ways to reduce stress, lose weight and feel great – just in time for the coming spring months! Leeza Gibbons discussed ways to relieve stress and also opened up about her mother’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Plus, an update on the Foster the People weight loss challenge, Friday News Feed and much more.
The Drs: National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
The Doctors also wanted to acknowledge that March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Dr. Jim Sears reported that if everyone over age 50 got screened, we could reduce deaths from colon cancer by 60%. That’s why it’s important to visit your doctor, get screened and follow your family history.
For more information on each segment of The Doctors March 1, click the links below.
The Doctors: Gender Dysphoria & First Full Face Transplant Recipient
The Doctors’ Friday News Feed featured discussions on a controversy surrounding a transgender first grader and the first recipient of a full face transplant. Hear from Carmen Tarleton and her doctor for the first time after her surgery, and learn Carmen’s inspiring story.
The Doctors: Leeza Gibbons “Take 2″ & Mother’s Alzheimer’s Diagnosis
Entertainment journalist Leeza Gibbons has released a new book entitled Take 2: Your Guide to Creating Happy Endings and New Beginnings. On The Doctors March 1, Leeza shared stress reducing tips from her book and also opened up about her mother’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis.
The Doctors: Andy Barron Weight Loss & How To Reduce Medical Bills
Photographer Andy Barron stopped by for an update on the Foster the People Weight Loss Challenge. How much weight has Andy lost so far? Plus, helpful tips on how you can reduce your medical bills.