The Doctors: Donald Trump Tattoo For Free Concert Tickets
An Arizona resident and country music fan named Travis showed just how far some fans are willing to go just for concert tickets. He made news after getting a tattoo of a giant stamp with Donald Trump on his lower back, calling it a “Trump stamp!” He did it as part of a radio contest to win the tickets, and Travis joined the show on the phone. Travis said “you only live once” and said he’s going to be attending some pretty cool concerts because of the tattoo that took five hours. Most hilarious of all is that he doesn’t even really like Donald Trump! He joked that he was thinking about getting a tattoo of Hillary Clinton on his shoulder.
The Doctors: Woman’s Breast Cancer Story Went Viral
Switching gears entirely, news of an Australian mom named Kylie who’s health story was shared more than 125,000 times on Facebook, is now getting even more attention. She shared a photo of three very subtle dimples on the side of her breast, explaining that they were actually a sign of breast cancer. Both Kylie and her doctor felt no lumps, but went ahead and decided to undergo a mammogram and ultrasound after seeing the dimples. The ultrasound then revealed breast cancer deep in the tissue, close to the muscle. Kylie posted the picture and her story in hopes of raising awareness about lesser-known breast cancer signs.
Surgical breast specialist Dr Kristi Funk explained that dimples are a classic way for breast cancer to present itself. She was excited that hundreds of thousands of women were made more aware because of Kylie’s photo. She further explained that there are very clear signs of breast cancer but skin retraction and dimpling is a “get to your doctor soon” warning, especially if you typically have smooth, even skin. Dr Andrew Ordon shared that women should also look for discharge, change in color, and the quality of the skin itself.
The Doctors: Eight Signs Of Breast Cancer
Dr Funk said to remember “look and feel.” Lift your arms above your head and look into the mirror while examining your chest. Look for a change in size or shape, redness or rash on the skin that looks somewhat like an orange peel, dimpling or puckering, and the center of your breast suddenly pulling in or being inverted. When doing a manual self-exam, you should pay attention to whether you feel a lump or thickening that feels different from the rest of the tissue, swelling in your armpit or around your collarbone, constant pain in your breast or armpit, or discharge without squeezing.
The good news is that Kylie is now reportedly cancer-free!
The Doctors: Olympic-Hopeful Runner Inspires Women
The Doctors then wanted to shine a light on the realities of post-baby bodies. Celebrity moms tend to make women believe that they can get back to their fit, toned bodies within just weeks of giving birth, but that’s typically not how things work. One mom’s inspiring post-baby journey has gone viral for just that reason. After three kids, runner and Olympic hopeful Stephanie isn’t being shy about her body after giving birth to three kids. Stephanie’s Instagram captures what some consider to be the “not-so-glamorous” side of getting and staying strong after giving birth.
Stephanie proudly shows off and talks about what she calls her “hot mess of a stomach” and the stretch marks that have remained ever since giving birth to her son in 2015, as well as the physical struggles she’s faced to get ready for competition. It’s no surprise the mom has become a viral sensation. She’s training for the Olympic trials and spoke with The Doctors’ via Skype. Stephanie shared that she felt as if there wasn’t enough information shared after you have a baby. She was trying to real and honest, believing that she had a platform as a pro-athlete to share with a lot of women.
Stephanie explained that she gained between 25-30 pounds during pregnancy but her skin had nowhere to go. Her kids were 8-9 pounds each, so she experienced the most changes in her stomach. Stephanie shared that she was actually getting ready to race in just five hours, and considering she just gave birth six months ago, she was feeling great!
The Doctors: Florida Woman Fighting To Keep Pet Alligator
The Doctors then quickly shared the story of a Florida woman who is fighting to keep her 6-foot-long, 125-pound alligator, her pet, in her home. Mary claims the reptile, named Rambo, eats at the dinner table and sleeps in bed with her and follows her around like her dogs, but the state is considering taking Rambo away because he’s grown too big. She’s had the gator in her home for 15 years.
Do you think the woman has a right to keep her pet in her home?