The Doctors June 18 2013 Recap
The Doctors June 18 2013 episode focuses on the a new drug called smiles, which authorities are calling LSD on steroid. The Doctors also looked at whether or not hookahs are safer to smoke than cigarettes, a new cataract surgery that only takes 20 minutes and blind chef, Christine Ha, stops by to whip up a delicious recipe.
The Drs: Hookahs Not Safer Than Cigarettes & Smiles Drug Dangers
Have you ever heard of the drug smiles? The Doctors are looking at this new designer drug that has kids hallucinating, having strokes and dying from overdoses. Authorities are calling the new drug LSD on steroids because it has the same effects as LSD, ecstasy and bath salts combined.
The Doctors also looked at whether smoking hookah is a safe alternative to cigarettes. Hint: It is not.
The Doctors: After Horrific Car Accident, Women Gets Z Plasty Surgery
The Doctors helped one woman who was in horrible car crash get back to her old self when they out her under the knife for a z plasty surgery. Click the link below to watch the procedure and to find out how well it turned out.
The Doctors: Not Seeing Dentist on Period & Ostrich Pillow Power Naps
The Doctors took a few naps with the Ostrich Pillow and talked about the benefits of napping during the day. They also explained why women should not schedule their dentist’s appointments when they are on their period. click the link below to find out why.
The Drs: MasterChef Christine Ha Braised Catfish Recipe
The winner of MasterChef, Christine Ha, stopped by to show The Doctors how to make braised catfish in a clay bowl. Click the link below to get the recipe.
The Doctors: Cataract Surgery Procedure Restores 20/20 Vision & Takes 20 Minutes
Marji told The Doctors she is in desperate need of cataract surgery so they sent her to see Dr. Kerry Assil who performed a new type of cataract surgery on her. The surgery takes only 20 minutes and it restores the persons vision to 20/20 instantly. Click the link below to watch a video of the procedure.
The Doctors: Adult Vaccines are Important to Prevent Whooping Cough
If you think vaccines are just for kids, you are completely wrong. The Doctors explained why adults, as well as children, need to get vaccines.