The Doctors March 1 2012
Today’s show was all about the health lessons we can learn from children. See what your kids can teach you about staying fit and feeling better with today’s tips, using these links.
Alyssa: Teen Who Can Talk Backwards
The Doctors met the YouTube sensation Alyssa, who is famous for being able to repeat any word backwards instantly. They put her talent to the test. Also, the toddler speaking out about sexist toy marketing. And, the dangers of toy vending machines when children get trapped inside them.
The Doctors: Tonsillectomy for Sleep Apnea
Do you know how much sugar is too much in your children’s cereal? Also, what role do tonsils play when it comes to Sleep Apnea? Learn how a Tonsillectomy could help them sleep through the night.
The Doctors: Springfree Trampoline Review
Guinea pig Dr. Jim Sears learned some freerunning moves and maneuvers at an adult playground in Los Angeles. Plus, he demonstrated a new generation of safer Springfree Trampolines, and The Doctors shared trampoline safety recommendations.
The Doctors: MIT Aging Suit Simulation
Many of us have heard about the drunk driving simulators that give you an idea of how alcohol impairs your faculties. Now MIT researchers have developed a similar way to recreate the degenerative health effects of old age, and The Doctors put it to the test.
How A Stethoscope Works
It turns out that the Seinfeld gang was right. Holding your urine can be hazardous to your health. Find out what happens when a urinary tract infection goes untreated. Also, The Doctors weigh in on how medical equipment works and whether you should keep medical devices on hand at home.
The Doctors: mOmma Baby Utensils Review
Dr. Jim Sears shared new utensils designed to help babies develop motor skills and learn how to eat. Plus, find out how playing with food and eating with your hands can help you eat less and lose weight.