The Doctors April 9 2013 Recap
It was time for more embarrassing health concerns on an all-new episode of The Doctors. This week, TMI Tuesday covered liver spots, slipping dentures, stomach conditions and much more. Plus, news on reproductive health in kindergarten classrooms. For information on each segment of The Doctors April 9, click the links below.
The Doctors: Reproductive Health Education For Kindergarteners?
First and foremost, The Doctors April 9 addressed a controversial new move in health education in Chicago’s public schools. Would you be comfortable with reproductive health education in kindergarten classrooms? And how well are we addressing health education in America’s schools? Find out what Chicago Public Schools Chief Health Officer Dr. Stephanie Whyte shared on this important topic.
The Drs: Diverticulosis vs. Diverticulitis & Symptoms Of Dehydration
The Doctors helped one viewer learn the difference between diverticulosis and diverticulitis. Tom, who chose to remain anonymous, worried that he’d one day need a colostomy bag because of his surprisingly common stomach condition. Find out how Dr. Jorge Rodriguez suggested Tom treat his diverticulosis. Plus, have you ever experienced “it” coming out of both ends? The Doctors shared tips on preventing dehydration during a dreaded bout of food poisoning or a stomach bug.
The Drs: Laser Treatment For Liver Spots, Mouth Acne & Dental Implants
The Doctors April 9 also offered simple, effective treatments for common health problems. Learn how Debra can stop her dentures from slipping, how Sue targeted her liver spots with a high-energy laser and how Miranda should treat breakouts around her mouth.