The Doctors February 10 2012
Today The Doctors answered viewer questions, saying there is no such thing as a stupid question when it comes to health.
The Doctors: Neti Pot’s Brain Amoeba Dangers
The Doctors have advocated Neti Pot usage on the show before. They addressed some recent deaths related to their use and explained what you can do to make sure you are using your Neti Pot safely.
The Drs: Sick Driving = Drunk Driving?
Is driving while sick as impairing as driving drunk? A British study thinks so, and says that sick drivers are causing over 100,000 accidents every year. Also, how long is too long to have Bronchitis?
The Doctors: Anal Hair Removal
What’s the safest way to remove your nose hairs: pluck or trim? Plus, what you need to know about removing hair from sensitive areas, such as the nipples and genitals.
The Doctors: Kidney Infection Test
Should you be concerned about pain near your organs? How to tell if your kidneys or muscles might be to blame. Also, why do we have two of some organs, but only one of others?
The Doctors: Keratosis Treatments
Learn the difference between two skin conditions, Keratosis and Acne, and find out ways you can treat both of them anywhere on your body.
The Doctors: Fallopian Infertility
The Fallopian Tubes are important in fertility, but can you still get pregnant if you only have one of them? Also, is it OK to do things during your period, and can you still get pregnant if you’re menstruating?