The Doctors January 27, 2012
Today was all about what makes your body glow, inside and out. You can learn how to help your kids battle their fears of the dark and get a mask recipe to give yourself a little more glow. Click the links below to read on.
The Doctors: Glow Sticks Safety
The new CFL light bulbs save energy, but they contain mercury, and you have to be careful when disposing of them. Learn how. Also, are glow sticks safe for your kids? And why are some dorms banning halogen lamps?
The Drs: Twilight Turtle Night Light
For kids who are afraid of the dark, you have to balance giving them a little light without disrupting their body’s Melatonin production. Learn which night light is best for your child and check out a cool stuffed animal that can help them go to sleep. Also, meet a man who went to the extreme, cutting out all artificial light in his house after dark. Did it help him sleep better?
The Drs: Shiny Nose Mask Recipe
You’re not imagining that you have that glow after you are in love. Find out what causes it. Also, ways to give yourself a healthy looking glow, including an easy 15-minute Mango & Papaya Face Mask Recipe you can share with friends.
The Doctors: Snow Blindness & Sunset Eye Dangers
Staring at the sunset can lead to Cataracts, Blindness, and other eye issues. Learn the signs you can use to determine when it’s OK to look at the sunset. Also, people at high altitudes or who work outdoors are at a higher risk for some eye conditions, but there are ways you can protect yourself.
How To Treat Jellyfish Stings & Glowing Cancer Dye
There are thousands of types of Jellyfish in the world, but only 100 or so are poisonous. And no, you shouldn’t pee on a Jellyfish Sting. Find out what to do instead. Plus, Purdue University is developing a new dye that can help doctors more easily find and remove cancer cells in the body.