The Doctors Flu-Fighting Tip: Gargling
The Doctors shared one final flu-fighting tip that you may find a bit unconventional. The American Journal of Preventive Medicine has found that gargling with warm water or salt water may reduce your risk of getting sick. If you rinse your mouth out three times a day, you’re less likely to have bacteria and viruses harboring inside your mouth. Make gargling a part of your daily routine.
The Doctors March 4 2013 Recap
In addition healthy flu-fighting tips, The Doctors March 4 revealed shocking secrets from the dead. Body of Proof star Dana Delany stopped by for a discussion on cryogenic freezing, autopsy procedures and much more. For information on each segment of The Doctors March 4, click the links below.
The Doctors: Dana Delany Autopsy Procedure & On Set Of “Body of Proof”
The Doctors March 4 welcomed Emmy Award-winning actress Dana Delany, star of the ABC medical series Body of Proof. Dr. Jim Sears visited the Body of Proof set to find out how the show maintains its medical accuracy. Plus, they had a discussion on whether or not human beings should be cryogenically frozen after death.
The Doctors: How Oversleeping, Early Retirement Can Shorten Life Span
The Doctors investigated the unexpected ways you could be shortening your life span. Learn how oversleeping, early retirement and even the color of your car can potentially lead to living a shorter life.
The Doctors: Ways To Avoid The Flu & Dr. Travis Emergen-Tea Recipe
In the face of America’s worst flu season in years, The Doctors also shared helpful tips for avoiding the flu in the workplace and beyond. Learn Dr. Sears’ and Dr. Travis’ tips for staying healthy and how to brew your own batch of Dr. Travis’ “Emergen-Tea.”