The Doctors May 2, 2014 Recap
The Doctors had an intriguing show May 2, 2014, dedicated to making all your problems “melt” away. To fit the theme, they talked about a laser therapy that melts away cellulite and fat, veneers that painlessly melt onto your teeth, and a woman whose face is melting on one side due to Parry-Romberg Syndrome. The last one seemed like a stretch to me, too.
The Doctors: Restraining Order For 9-Year-Old? Health Care Surcharge?
A father recently got a restraining order against his son’s 9-year-old bully. Is this right or wrong? Plus, would you pay more at a restaurant if you knew your money was going to pay for the restaurant workers’ health care? One restaurant is adding a 3 percent surcharge to every bill to pay for that very purpose.
The Doctors: What Is Parry-Romberg Syndrome? Be A Health Care Advocate
A woman came to The Doctors for help. She suffers from Parry-Romberg Syndrome, which causes one half of her face to droop on one side. The Doctors helped her out with a consultation and discussed the importance of being a health care advocate.
The Doctors: What Is Electronic Brachytherapy? What Is Electrosurgery?
The Doctors looked at methods to get rid of skin problems. One woman who has skin cancer lesions underwent a new procedure called Electronic Brachytherapy, which melts away the lesion. Plus, a man with an unsightly growth on his nose is treated with Electrosurgery, which melts through his growth like a hot knife through butter.
The Doctors TV: Laser Therapy For Cellulite & Spright Cosmetics Review
The Doctors talked about a new procedure that melts away cellulite with laser light therapy and answered a woman’s question about whether there is a brand of makeup she can wear that won’t melt while she’s at the gym.
The Doctors TV: SmileSimplicity Review & Common Infections Turn Deadly
One woman gets a brand new smile with SmileSimplecity, a new procedure that melts veneers onto the teeth. Plus, the World Health Organization is warning that greater resistance to antibiotics may be a bigger threat to public health than AIDs was in the 1980s.