The Doctors TV Show on December 14, 2010 was focused on the topic of “Why is My Body Changing?” Before going on to the The Doctors Recaps, here are some final tips that The Doctors shared today on The Drs TV Show.
The Doctors: Why Do Eyes Change Color?
The Doctors were sent a question by a viewer who said that she always had brown eyes, but lately they look hazel. Is eye color change normal and why does it happen? The Doctors said that eye color can change, but it usually happens in newborn babies with light eyes that darken over the first few months. If your eyes change colors as an adult, it can be normal, but it can also be a sign of shingles or viruses which can leave the outside of your eyes lighter in color. If you have jaundice, then the whites of your eyes can turn yellow. If your eyes are changing color, please see and eye doctor!
The Doctors TV Show: Anti-Aging Tropical Fruit Facial
The Doctors 5 Minute Health Fix today was for dull aging skin, you should make a face mask out of papaya, kiwi, avocado and banana. The papaya has an enzyme that gets rid of dead skin cells and polishes your skin, the kiwi adds tons of vitamins to your skin, and the avocado and banana adds moisture back into your skin. Click here for the full recipe for the face mask: The Doctors Anti-Aging Tropical Fruit Facial.
The Doctors: Female Hair Loss & Hair Restoration
The Doctors said that 30 million women suffer from Female Hair Loss, so they went to talk to Peter Goldman, a leading dermatologist in the area of Hair Restoration. Dr Peter Goldman parts a woman’s hair down the middle and if it measures over 1/4″, then she gets diagnosed with Female Hair Loss. A breakdown of testosterone is usually what causes Female Pattern Baldness. You can take oral medicine, topical treatments or injections to treat Female Hair Loss.
The Doctors: Skin Truths & Eucerin Calming Creme
The Doctors did a segment called Skin Truths where they said that moisturizers are most effective right after a bath, because moisturizers just seal in moisture – they do not add moisture into your skin. The moisturizer recommended on The Doctors TV Show was Eucerin Calming Creme, which helps to prevent dry, itching skin made of oatmeal, cream and glycerin.
The Doctors TV Show Recaps for December 14, 2010:
The Doctors TV Show: Katherine Schwarzenegger & Rock What You’ve Got
The Doctors TV Show: When Does A Boy’s Voice Change?
The Doctors TV Show: Mommy Makeover & Post Pregnancy Body Changes
The Doctors TV Show: Why Do Teeth Shift As You Get Older?
The Doctors TV Show: What Causes Cellulite? Cellulite Treatments
The Doctors TV Show: 3 Glasses of Water Finger Temp Experiment
The Doctors: What’s Worse Verbal Abuse or Spanking? Fran Walfish
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