The Doctors March 22 2013
The Doctors March 22 2013 featured new health habits that you should start right now! Are you struggling with allergies this spring? Read on to find out an easy remedy. Also, find out what formaldehyde in makeup could mean for you.
The Drs. shared some of the latest health headlines. Did you know that many teens don’t even know they have HIV? Plus, if you’re trying to conceive, should you put down that glass of wine?
The Drs: Influenza Vaccine is Safe & Young Adults With HIV Don’t Know
One woman is not happy after her company made getting a flu shot mandatory. Flu shots seem fairly harmless, but are they actually safe? Click the link below to see what Dr. Travis Stork had to say. Also, 1,000 teens are contracting HIV every month, but only 13 percent of them are getting tested. Will this turn into an HIV epidemic?
The Drs: Turmeric Stops Prostate Cancer & Ponytails Stop Allergies
Time to make curry for dinner! The Doctors shared that turmeric, a common spice used in Indian cooking, has been shown to help prevent prostate cancer. They also had some easy tips that you can follow as this spring allergy season gears up.
The Doctors: Wearing Compression Shorts After a Workout Stops Soreness
It might be spring, but temperatures in most of the country are still pretty chilly! The Doctors said that working out in the cold can make arthritis and joint pain worse. A workout enthusiast put compression shorts to the test to see if they helped with his soreness.
The Drs: Antiperspirant Can Stop Blisters & Hot Water Attracts Lead
Are you getting blisters from your cute new spring shoes? Click the link below to find out if putting deodorant on your feet can help you prevent painful blisters.
The Drs: Formaldehyde Test for Cosmetics & Alcohol Before Pregnancy
Before you paint your nails or put your makeup on today, you’ll want to see what The Doctors found. Did you know that your favorite shade could have a scary ingredient? Find out if there’s formaldehyde in makeup that you wear.