The Doctors February 6, 2012
Aging is a part of life, but some of its effects are unwanted and unpleasant. That was a theme of today’s show, which featured a lot of How To advice about your health. These links can help you find out more about the segments.
The Doctors: Double Uterus Pregnancy
A Florida woman found out she had two uteri, and she was able to deliver healthy twins from each of them. Learn her incredible story of this medical rarity. Also, pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears has advice for helping older siblings adjust to life with a new baby in the house. See his helpful tips for getting kids through the transition.
The Drs: Rapamycin Forever Young Drug
Would you take a pill that would keep your body from aging, or even reverse its effects? Scientists have had success with a new drug that works well to treat a rare genetic condition. But the side effects of this medication might outweigh the benefits as an anti-aging medication. Also, people with Celiac Disease know they have to watch their diet, but could makeup be exposing them to harmful Gluten without their knowledge?
The Doctors: Charlie Horse Stretch
The Doctors answered an array of viewer questions in today’s show. How do you know the difference between spotting and your period? What can you do about a Charlie Horse? Can you confront your overbearing boss? What can you do to improve your breathing, without addictive medication? Are there ways to tell someone is lying to you? Read on for these answers and more.
The Drs: Younger Looking Hand Procedure & Bandaid Dermatitis
Band-Aids are supposed to help your body heal. But some people experience skin reactions when using them, creating a new medical problem. Find out ways you can treat Contact Dermatitis from Band-Aids or other interactions, and alternatives to adhesive bandages. Also, a new treatment that offers more youthful hands.