The Doctors February 16 2012
Today’s episode of The Doctors was all about getting things secondhand, from medical information to household products. It’s fitting that you are getting this information secondhand in today’s recap, so click the links below to learn about what you missed.
The Doctors: Shake & Bake Meth Prep Dangers
Meth cooks are now working on the run and mixing their poisons in plastic bottles. This is causing an increase in burn patients at hospitals, and one doctor has a suggestion for cutting down on this problem. Also, is it OK to get medical results from an assistant?
The Doctors: Manos Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Surgery
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is an old condition, and its reputation can sometimes scare people away from getting it treated. There is a less invasive new treatment that can speed your recovery time and prevent permanent damage.
Does Secondhand Marijuana Smoke Affect Drug Tests?
Can you test positive for marijuana if you are around the secondhand smoke? Learn the surprising answer. Also, what’s that smell in vintage clothing stores? And are mothballs dangerous?
The Drs TV: Secondhand Items You Should Never Buy
Yard sales and Craigslist can be great ways to save a few bucks. But do you know which items you should never buy for yourself or your family when shopping secondhand? Learn the secrets and why they are dangerous.
Can You Re-Use Plastic Restaurant To-Go Containers?
Chinese food containers can make great plastic storage containers, but are they save to re-use? Find out the science behind reusing this type of plastic and whether you should make it a habit in your kitchen.
Glucerna Hunger Smart Meal Replacement Review | Carbsteady
Diabetes is a growing epidemic in America, and weight management is the key to preventing long term effects. Learn about a new supplement that uses Carb Steady science to help maintain glucose levels over time.