Glowing Health Secrets: The Doctors June 1 2012
If your body parts are glowing, you should probably call 911. But if you have health questions about other ways that glowing can affect your health, The Doctors might have just the prescription in today’s edition of The Doctors. From what to do with broken light bulbs to the Twilight Turtle Night Light parents love, plus a mask recipe to make your skin glow, The Doctors had it all, and much more. Here are the links to today’s show segments.
The Doctors: How To Clean Up A Broken CFL Light Bulb
The new compact fluorescent bulbs (CFLs) are great for energy savings, but what happens if one shatters? Learn the safe way to dispose of these bulbs. Also, what do parents need to know about glow sticks?
The Doctors: Twilight Turtle Night Light Review
Learn which type of night light is better to help your kids get a great night’s sleep. Plus, parents love the Twilight Turtle Night Light. Find out what makes it so popular, and get one for your own kids. Also, The Doctors talked to a man who tried to go a whole month without using artificial light. Why would someone do such a crazy experiment, and what did he learn?
The Doctors: Mango & Papaya Face Mask Recipe For Glowing Skin
If there’s one body part that you might want to glow, it’s your skin. The Doctors are getting beauty tips and advice, plus an easy at home fresh fruit face mask that will give your skin a stunning summer glow.
The Drs: Sunset Eye Dangers & Glowing Dog Leash
You may want to think twice before watching the sun set. It sounds romantic, but did you know you could be causing serious permanent damage to your eyes? Plus, check out a great Glowing Dog Leash you can use to safely take your furry friend for an evening walk.
The Doctors: How To Treat Jellyfish Stings
Hopefully you’ll find time to hit the beach this summer. But do you know the truth about how to treat a Jellyfish Sting? (Hint: peeing on it doesn’t actually work.) Dr Travis Stork shows kids the right things to do in this situation. Plus, an exciting breakthrough in cancer research that you’ll be hearing more about.