The Drs: Save Time & Money On Beauty Routine
If you want to save time and money on your beauty routine, Dr Rachael Ross said you can do a graduated manicure, which is “all the rage” right now. They’re easy to do at home, using makeup sponges and fingernail polish to paint your nails before sealing with a clear coat. To smell good all day, without making it overwhelming, you should spray your pulse points, like your wrists, behind your eyes, and behind your knees. Spraying those areas will make your scent last longer.
“Longer” was the word of the day and you can use the word longer to enter for a chance to win a Michael Todd eye eraser anti-aging serum infusion system.
The Drs: Dangerous Fake Weed
The Doctors then shared their News in 2:00, starting by sharing that in 2011, the DEA banned synthetic marijuana sold under the name “spice k2” or “fake weed.” It was created by spraying a plant material with a highly potent chemical compound similar to THC and has sent hundreds of people to the hospital and has been linked to several deaths. Now, the American Association of Poison Control Centers says that recently, there have been close to 2,000 calls associated with synthetic pot with new formulations appearing to be more dangerous. The banned products can still be found online and in some tobacco shops.
The Drs: Race To Erase MS Event
The Doctors then shared that Hollywood showed up to support Nancy Davis at her 22nd annual Race to Erase MS event. The event raised nearly $2 million to fund and finance research to find a cure for the disease. Paris Hilton, Jack Osbourne, and Tommy Hilfiger shared their connections to the disease, with Hilton explaining that she lost a grandmother to MS. Jack Osbourne was actually diagnosed with the disease. Hilfiger received an award on behalf of his sister who suffers from MS.
Rumer Willis was at the event and shared that she’s never been so motivated and encouraged by something as she is Dancing With The Stars.
The Drs: Eat More Fish
As for The Doctors prescription of the day, they suggested eating more fish. There is new research that suggests eating fish may help protect against hearing loss. At least two servings a week could lower your risk by 20%, and that means any kind of fish!