The Doctors: How To Protect Yourself Against Sun Exposure
The Doctors examined ways to protect yourself with sun exposure, starting with a video segment of Dr. Jim Sears walking around the beach asking people about their sun protection. For instance, he asked one girl if she was wearing sunscreen and she said she didn’t because she has a dark complexion. But it turns out that it’s a myth that you don’t need sunscreen if you have a dark complexion.
Another man said he wasn’t going to put sunscreen on after going in the water and Dr. Jim Sears said that even waterproof sunscreen asks you to reapply it after each dip in the water. And lastly, a man told Dr. Sears he wasn’t wearing sunscreen. He was wearing baby oil. Dr. Jim Sears said that will just make you burn. My personal opinion is that if he thought putting oil on his body was going to protect him from the sun, he’s incredibly misguided.
The Drs TV: How Much Sunscreen Should You Wear?
Editor-in-chief of Reader’s Digest Liz Vaccariello stopped in to talk about ways to protect yourself against the sun. She said that doctors rarely talk to their patients about protecting themselves against the sun. They used to say you only needed about a shot glass full. Now, they’re saying you need two coats of sunscreen.
The Doctors: How Strong Of A Sunscreen Should You Use?
They used to think SPF 15 was strong enough for the skin. SPF 15 allows about 7 percent of UV rays to get through the skin. With SPF 50, only 2 percent of UV rays get through. Doctors are now recommending SPF 50 instead.
The Drs TV: When Is The Worst Time For Sun Exposure?
Doctors used to think that the key to avoiding sun exposure is to avoid being in the sun between 10 am. and 2 p.m. The UV rays do peak at that time, but now doctors are saying 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. is also damaging.
The Doctors: 7 Eye By Panoptx Review
Doctors now say that you should wear sunglasses that wrap around your face to protect you from all angles. The Doctors looked at 7 Eye by Panoptx on the show and gave away a pair to each of the audience members.
The Doctors: E4 Hats Floppy Hats
The Doctors also wanted to make sure their audience was protected with a E4 Hats floppy hat. Floppy hats help protect against UV rays. Everyone in the audience also got a year-long subscription to Reader’s Digest.
The Doctors: Word Of The Day
And if you want to win the 7 Eye Sunglasses By Panotpix, a one-year subscription to Reader’s Digest, and the E4 Hats Floppy Hat, just enter The Doctors Word Of The Day on the website. On April 24, that word was Summer.
The Doctors: Dr. Jim Sears’ Best Moments
The Doctors also looked back on Dr. Jim Sears’ best moments of being a guinea pig on the show. This included a clip of Dr. Jim Sears zip-lining outside the studio, getting dunked in a tank, getting a tooth out, swallowing a camera pill to show The Doctors his bowels, getting acupuncture, learning how to disco dance, getting watermelon in a watermelon eating contest, and getting a potato salad facial.
The Drs TV: Meggings & Facekini Review
After the clips, Dr. Jim Sears demonstrated the Facekini, which was basically a ski mask. It’s one of the latest trends in sun protection in the East China Sea. Dr. Travis said he didn’t like it, because if Dr. Jim Sears ran into the 7-11 with it on, he would look like a criminal
Then Dr. Jim Sears revealed he was also wearing some metallic gold meggings, which are tight leggings for men. He did not look good. Dr. Rachael said that men have to be careful wearing leggings because they can damage the testicles. The rest of the segment was pretty much The Doctors laughing at the ridiculous clothing Dr. Jim Sears was wearing.
The Doctors: Angelina Jolie Maleficent
Then it was on to The Doctors News In 2:00, where The Doctors talked about actress Angelina Jolie’s new film Maleficent. Angelina Jolie had a preventative double mastectomy recently and she’ll have another preventative surgery soon. But first, she’ll be astounding moviegoers with Maleficent, which tells the untold story of how Maleficent, the Sleeping Beauty villain, became a villain. Angelina Jolie said we haven’t heard this story yet.
The Drs TV: FDA Denies Approval To Painkiller
The FDA has denied the approval of a new painkiller that would’ve combined oxycondone and morphine, intended for patients in severe pain. The committee that denied it worried that it would suppress breathing to the point of death.