The Doctors March 20 2012
Think about how much time you spend in the bathroom every day. Over a lifetime, that can really start to add up. That’s one reason why it’s important to take safety precautions, so you can prevent some of the common causes of bathroom mishaps.
Learn more about staying safe in the bathroom with these links from this episode of The Doctors.
The Doctors: Preventing Bathroom Dangers
What are the top five bathroom dangers? Did you know that the color of your bathroom could actually be putting you at risk? Find out all the solutions to these common bathroom hazards. Plus, learn about the new phenomenon of Toilet Yoga, which can help you multitask in the bathroom.
The Doctors: Self-Cleaning Soap
Do you prefer a shower or a bath? Is it better for your health to shower at night or in the morning? Find out what The Doctors recommend. Plus, is it OK to share soap with other people in your household, or are you unknowingly passing germs? And when is it OK not to take a shower?
The Doctors: Why To Wash Your Hands in the Bathroom
If all your friends say they wash their hands in the bathroom, some of them are lying. Maybe you’re the one who secretly doesn’t wash up after using the facilities. The Doctors explained why you should make sure you always wash your hands. Also, could your shower curtain be making you sick? Learn what you need to look out for.
The Drs: Toilet Plunging & How Hemorrhoids Work
Hemorrhoids can be very painful, but there are simple steps you can take to prevent them from occurring. Also, what are the health concerns in plunging a toilet someone else has used? The Doctors got all the answers about your digestion questions from a gastroenterologist.
The Doctors: Potty Training Your Kids
It’s an inevitable part of parenthood, and some kids are easier than others. Do you need advice on getting your children potty trained? Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears has some advice for getting kids excited about the process. Also, the many ways you can use baking soda to freshen up your bathroom.