The Doctors March 13 2013 Recap
The Doctors March 13 was an episode of healthy and dangerous highs, from high cholesterol to high-heeled shoes and more. The show’s wide variety of segments included a discussion on organic foods with actress and activist Kelly Preston, a new study regarding calcium and heart disease and an ultrasound with expectant mom and cancer survivor Shannon Miller. For more information on each segment of The Doctors March 13, click the links below.
The Doctors: Do High Amounts Of Calcium Cause Heart Disease In Women?
Wednesday’s jam-packed episode of The Doctors began with a discussion of calcium and heart disease. Could high amounts of calcium be increasing the risk of heart attacks in women? Plus, do you know what it takes to become an official member of the Mile High Club?
The Doctors: Kelly Preston Organic Gardening Tips & Pesticide Dangers
Actress, activist and mother Kelly Preston stopped by The Doctors March 13 to share important information. Learn more about the dangers of pesticides, why it’s important to eat organic fruits and vegetables and just how easy it is to grow food at home.
The Doctors: Shannon Miller Ovarian Cancer & Baby Gender Reveal
Shannon Miller is an Olympic gymnast and sports icon, but she joined The Doctors to share her personal journey of surviving ovarian cancer. Now cancer-free, the expectant mom learned the gender of her baby during an ultrasound with Dr. Lisa. What do you think – is it a boy or a girl?!
The Drs: Average Growth, High Fashion Dangers & Negative Calorie Foods
The Doctors also covered growth information, fashion dangers and diet tips all surrounding the “high” theme. Meet Paul “Tiny” Sturgess, the tallest member of the Harlem Globetrotters, and also learn how to take your metabolism to new heights.
The Doctors: Atrial Fibrillation Symptoms & LDL Vs. HDL Cholesterol
Finally, Dr. Travis spoke with Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall about a little known yet extremely dangerous condition, Atrial Fibrillation. Plus, find out the important differences between LDL and HDL cholesterol.