The Doctors March 26 2012
Secrets to survival and youth were hot topics for The Doctors. Read about their suggestions for younger looking skin and new treatments for chronic medical issues. Use the links here to find out about today’s show.
The Doctors: Couch Surfing Dangers & Bacon Health Alternatives
Have you heard of Couch Surfing? It’s a phenomenon where teens drag a couch behind their car or truck, letting their friends ride on the furniture on roads and highways. The Doctors sound off on this dangerous phenomenon. Plus, the healthier alternatives to bacon and bacon products.
The Drs: Family Lives Through Plane Crash & Survival Strategies
While on vacation, a family experienced the unthinkable: their plane crashed into the ocean. They shared their story, and The Doctors offered tips for surviving a disaster scenario, whether it’s a watery plane crash or being stranded in an unknown, remote location.
Serial Killer Whisperer Tony Ciaglia Traumatic Brain Injury Victim
At age 15, Tony Ciaglia suffered serious trauma to his brain. It changed his personality and emotions, but as an adult he was able to channel that into a unique hobby: communicating with killers. Learn how his journey is helping police crack cold cases.
MyChelle Fruit Enzyme Mist, Fruit Fiesta Peel & Ulthera Reviews
If you struggle with brown spots on your face, these treatments could be right for you. See what Dr. Andrew Ordon recommended, and learn about an ultrasonic treatment for sagging skin.
The Doctors: Laser Contact Lens Implants Reverse Blindness
One woman’s vision is so bad that she is legally blind when not wearing contacts or glasses. Her vision is so poor she cannot benefit from LASIK surgery, but instead she underwent a new procedure that implants permanent contact lenses in her eyes.
The Drs: Degenerative Disc Disease Stem Cell Treatment Study
New treatments could be on the way for Degenerative Disc Disease. Learn about the game changing study that’s underway. Plus, find out how Pantyhose can make a difference in a first aid emergency.