The Drs: Nootropics Boost Brain Power? + Keloid Treatment

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The Doctors October 5 2015 Recap

The Doctors kicked off another week of brand new episodes by discussing the over-the-counter pills that are growing in popularity, nootropics, and whether they truly work to boost brain power and increase productivity. Then, one man shared his overwhelming struggle with large, recurring facial keloids. Could The Doctors help him?

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The Drs: Nootropics Boost Brain Power? + Keloid Treatment

The Doctors discussed nootropics, over-the-counter pills that can allegedly boost brain power, but not without a risk. (v1ctor / Flickr)

The Doctors shared a picture that has stirred quite a bit controversy, and weighed in on whether they thought it was okay to do. Then, they talked about brain pills that can allegedly help you get more done and even improve your memory.

–> Drs: Mom Breastfeeding For Friend + Pills To Boost Brain Power

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The Drs: Large Facial Keloids + Treatment Obstacles & Options

The Doctors then talked with a man who has been living with large keloids on his face for almost his whole life, and has struggled to find a permanent solution. The Doctors were hoping they finally had a real answer for him.

–> The Drs: Large Facial Keloids + Treatment Obstacles & Options

The Drs: Albolene To Lose Inches + Weight Loss Quick Fix?

The Doctors put a new treament to the test to see if it can really help you lose inches off your waistline after just one workout. Is this quick fix solution really worth the effort?

–> The Drs: Albolene To Lose Inches + Weight Loss Quick Fix?

The Drs: Bathroom Health Hazards + Does Fat Water Work?

Then, The Doctors discussed common hazards that pop up in your bathroom, and what you can do to avoid them and stay healthy. Then, The Doctors explored Fat Water to find out if it’s really worth the price of $4 per bottle.

–> The Drs: Bathroom Health Hazards + Does Fat Water Work?

The Drs: Reduce Morning Puffiness + Chet Hanks Drug Use

There’s a quick way to reduce puffiness in the morning when you first wake up, but believe me when I say it’s not exactly comfortable. Then, The Doctors shared a snippet of the video Chet, the son of Tom Hanks, made talking about his drug use.

–> The Drs: Reduce Morning Puffiness + Chet Hanks Drug Use

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