The Doctors January 12 2016
Hoverboards were the must-have gift this past holiday season, but many got a lot more than they bargained for after the boards started catching fire, sometimes even leading to full-blown house fires. So what’s the deal? Plus, why are so may pediatricians prescribing psychiatric medications to kids as young as two?
Drs: Fires From Hoverboards + Liposuction To Improve Health?
The Doctors took a closer look at why so many hoverboards are catching fire, thne discussed the idea that liposuction could actually improve the patient’s health.
The Doctors: Toddlers Prescribed Anti-Psychotic Drugs?
We all know the terrible twos can be pretty, well, terrible! But are toddler temper tantrums bad enough to warrant anti-psychotic medications? The Doctors brought back Dr Jim Sears to explain the idea behind it and what it could mean for parents in the future.
Drs: Glutathione, DIY Skin Lightener + Patient Texting Therapist?
The Doctors then welcomed dermatologist Dr Sonia Batra as they talked about glutathione, which is what many people are injecting themselves with in hopes of lightening their skin. Are the DIY kits safe? Plus, should patients be allowed to text their therapists or would that be crossing a line?
The Doctors: Best Sleep Position For You + Taco Cleanse Diet?
Certain sleep positions work better for specific health conditions, so do you know what position you should be sleeping in? Plus, what’s this Taco Cleanse Diet that celebrities like Jennifer Aniston are talking about?