The Doctors TV Show January 2, 2012
Today’s show featured medical conditions and common ailments that are hard to pronounce, but easy to treat. Click the links below to read more information about each segment.
The Doctors: Cheerleaders Breast Cancer T-Shirt & Cheaters’ Broken Penises
Today’s hot topics included a high school cheerleading squad under fire over the slogan on a T-shirt they sold to promote breast cancer awareness.
The Doctors: Breast Cancer Awareness & Broken Penises
The Drs: Medical Terms For Common Conditions
The Doctors asked people on the street to pronounce difficult medical terminology. But those big words mean conditions you may have had, like eye infections, dry mouth, and the flu. Dr. Travis Stork also debunked three myths about the common cold.
The Doctors: Hard To Pronounce, Easy To Treat
The Doctors: Life Size Operation Board Game
Kids everywhere have played the classic board game Operation. Today, The Doctors used a life size version to teach the audience the actual medical terms behind the game pieces, like Water On The Knee and Funny Bone. The competition was fierce, and The Doctors shared fun facts during the game.
The Doctors: A Life Size Game Of Operation
Jennie Garth: Migraine Triggers & Resources
Actress Jennie Garth shared her lifelong struggle with migraines. Now she is helping others find resources and uncover triggers behind their acute headaches. Dr. Lisa Masterson revealed the genetic aspect of migraines, and Dr. Travis Stork modeled a new device designed to treat them. Plus, Dr. Jim Sears talked to children about medical terminology for words they know about their bodies.
The Doctors: Jennie Garth, Migraines & Medical Terms For Kids
The Doctors: Supplement’s Benefits & Audience Mystery Word
Pharmacist Suzy Cohen discussed the benefits of vitamins and supplements for the body, including B vitamins and Vitamins C and D. The Doctors also revealed the surprising definition behind a medical term that can cause chicken pox.
The Doctors: Benefits Of Supplements & Audience Mystery Word
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