The Doctors Recap January 17, 2012


The Doctors January 17, 2012

We spend a lot of time in the bathroom, and it’s important to know how to stay healthy and keep ourselves safe. That’s what today’s show was all about, and you can learn more by clicking the links under each topic below.

The Drs TV Show: Toilet Yoga

The Doctors Toilet Yoga

Learn all about the bathroom, from potty training & hand washing to shower safety.


The Doctors counted the top five bathroom hazards and how you can prevent them. They also demonstrated poses from a book called Toilet Yoga that lets you multitask by exercising while on the toilet.

The Doctors: How To Prevent The Top Five Bathroom Hazards

The Doctors: Showers vs Baths

The Doctors answered common bathroom questions, settling debates on the best time of day to shower, and whether you need to shower right after your workout. They also offered tips for sharing soap in common bathrooms and explained why you don’t have to worry about dirty water infecting your private parts in the tub.


The Drs: Night Vs. Morning Showers & Is Sharing Soap Hygienic

Dr. Travis Stork: Restroom Hand Washing

Everyone knows you should wash your hands after using the restroom, but only 2/3 of people actually do it every time. Find out what diseases could be lurking on that toilet, and why it’s important to encourage your kids to pick up the hand washing habit early.

The Doctors: Why To Wash Your Hands In The Bathroom

Dr. Jorge Garcia: Hemorrhoid Pain & Toilet Plunging

What makes you get that rumble in your stomach after a big meal? Do you know how to safely plunge someone else’s poop? What can you do to ease the pain of Hemorrhoids?

The Drs: Hemorrhoid Pain, Plunging Poop & Just A Drop Toilet Odor

Dr. Jim Sears: Potty Training Your Kids

Cutting through the conflicting advice, Dr. Jim Sears shares his fun approach to Potty Training. Learn easy ways to make your kid want to learn to use the toilet, and how you can prevent big messes along the way. Plus, Dr. Travis Stork explains the many helpful uses for Baking Soda in the bathroom.

The Doctors: Dr Jim Sears & Potty Training Your Kids


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