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That house that looked like intestines

I can't find anywhere in the show synopsis the PICTURES of what that "house" (or hotel or whatever it was) looked like that resembled an intestine, that you talked about in the beginning of the show (8/1/14). I googled it and couldn't find it either. Can anyone provide me with a link to it and info about it?  I want to show someone and don't think they'll believe me unless they see it! Thanks, Melissa.
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Does anyone have or know of this genetic form of cancer?
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Beginner to 17 Day Diet

Hi all!  I just started the 17 Day Diet on July 28.  It hasn't been too difficult so far.  I have not weighed since the morning of my first day.  I am afraid that I will be disappointed in my progress if I weigh too soon and too often.  I want to lose at least 10 lbs, and maybe even 15.  I have tried two of the recipes from the cookbook.  I really enjoyed both....
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What If You Have Done All of It And Still have insomnia?

In today's show synopsis: http://www.thedoctorstv.com/main/show_synopsis/1725?section=synopsis It says: "About 50 percent of people who suffer from insomnia attribute it to stress,” Dr. Lewis-Hall explains. “Insomnia can indicate an underlying illness, like depression or anxiety. That’s why it’s really important to talk to your doctor about your insomnia, about your stressors, and any other symptom that you might be experiencing.” Dr. Lewis-Hall explains that if you’re suffering from insomnia, you need to become your own sleep detective...
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Two Previous Spinal Surgeries

Blessings and Peace!! May, my wife and I live in a resort town called Tagaytay, Philippines. May has had two different lumbar surgeries to relieve numbness and tingling/pain in both legs and feet.  My question for all Doctors is: Do you think MILD therapy would work for May....even after her two surgeries? We are planning to come to San Francisco, if there is any affirmation from you. Please help.
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Driving and Running (aka the Runs)

The story of the 90 year old woman having to make a decision between the bathroom and the emergency room after striking a jogger does in fact spark legal interest using the 'call of nature' versus 'the 911 call'.  While a judge in some courtroom will eventually decide the case, it was mentioned that the woman should have her license revoked. Under normal conditions, the police officer handling the case carries a form with him...
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Sacredheat Diet

My Husband is on this diet with the Mediterranean Diet Pyramid that is what the hosp. gave him. The Sacred Heart diet is suppose to be faste it's on a web site 4 pages long and tells you what you need so follow it he  lost 5lbs. already I just thought  I would suggest it BUT LIKE ANY DIET CONSULT YOUR DR. FIRST.   http://www.idiet4u.com/diets/sacredheart.html
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Neuter/Spay Dogs-Cats

Whats is your oppinon on neutering and spayeing your animals? How do you feel about it. Is your animal or  animals are AKC or CKC. and will you still neutar/spay them also thats somtheing to think about? I know we love our pets but do we won't to cut down the population of animals that are around us that are abused everyday   because knowbody cares about them? Lets care about the lonely animals out...
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BMI vs % Body Fat

"There are 2 ways to measure health and fitness:  BMI and % body fat." (taken from first link below) Height and weight determine BMI.  However this isn't always accurate because 2 different people could weight the same but they could be in different size clothes, because of the amount of lean body mass on each of them (one having more than other). % body fat determines what % of fat is on your body.  This...
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Using Sunblock Vs Sunscreen

From the show the other day, thank you for pointing out that sunblock and sunsceen are different and to use sunBLOCK, not the sun SCREEN (if you have the option). Sunblock has organic and inorganic ingredients that sit on the skin and block out the sun, and is thicker. Sunscreen has chemicals that absorb into the skin and block the sun that way, and can cause skin irritation. Melissa.  
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Bunion Sugery

I just watched a taped piece where a consultation with a foot doctor gave the impression that bunion surgery is not a very big deal.  I realize every case is different, and there are several types of bunion surgeries, but the taped consultation seemed to minimize how tramatic this can be.   I am glad that one of the doctors of the show added the fact that bunion surgery is serious! I hope the patient...
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Still feel sick 3 months after gallbladder removed

  I've had my gallbladder taken out 3 months ago and still feeling sick everyday and every morning. Still feeling sick when eating some foods. My family doctor have me medications so I can eat and for heartburn. It also feels like my stomach is burning kinda like how you get heartburn. Not sure what to do. I figured after you get it removed you should feel better. My stomach is sore some still too...
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Manuka Honey

Other than google, does anyone personally know anything about how well Manuka Honey works/tastes? Has anyone tried it?  If so, what was it like?  Sweet?  Thick/thin?  A good anti-bacterial? Thanks, Melissa.
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Storms Vs Puppy

I know this is going off the beaten path of medical wise, but I do have an appnt with our Vet next week. Our pet #1 named Scooter is deadly afraid of Storms and Fireworks. I went and bought the Thundershirt and that didn't do a thing he just sat there. We had tried it out for a trial run for a couple of days but every time we would put it on he would...
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Exercise Motivation + Knee Pain

I need motivation to exercise.  I can make every excuse in the world.  I have time, but I'll do other things around the house before I'll exercise.  I have apps on my phone to do quick exercises - I intended to use them but don't.  My doctor wants me to exercise.  I also have chronic knee pain from what I was told is a bad knee due to genetics and irritation from running in high...
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What cause ADHD

I would LOVE for you to have giving an answer even if it was just an idea to the question that was raised about why have we seen so many more cases. I would LOVE to have the doctors look into GMO foods and synthetically made vitamins and the fact that there may be a correlation between  the rise in ADHD and gut related problems. I'm not sure most Americans know that they are taking  synthetically...
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For Alexis

Has Alexis ever consulted with Dr. Robert Lustig? He is a well-known pediatric endocrinologist in California.  Here is some information on him: https://www.google.com/search?q=Dr+Robert+Lustig&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a&channel=sb    I hope this can help in some way. Melissa.
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Large breasts are not all they are cracked up to be.

Zinc oxide is my go to remedy for "underboob" rash.  Cheap and fast acting!
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Neuropathy

I had to go to Miami  around Easter, by then my feet were swelling really bad  I was walking daily numerous times a  day. There was a family emergency then so I was walking more than usual, so  my sister had given me a pair of slippers to wear because my feet were swelling on a hourly basis it seemed. I finally gotten home and it was going into my legs and up into my...
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Sarah Atwell

In  Jan   show   there was a show on bullying and so as the show went she was suppose to have plastic surgery I was watching TV that nite and there was nothing on so I switch to a station that I uaually watch a lot a nite  TLC so,  a month or 2, and Sarah was on and they had her family on their and they were preparing her for her  plastic surgery....
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Jaclyn Smith question

Did anyone catch the name of the cream J. Smith mentioned under her 3 tips, which she said is similar to cold cream and is inexpensive, that she puts on and rubs on her elbows in the shower for sealing in moisture?  Thanks so much.  I have been looking for a product like this, especially that does not have aloe vera in it.
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Weight Loss Program with Online Calorie Counter

  Once a person makes the choice to take a step towards a weight loss program, then the next step would be to FOCUS on it. Exercise is necessary for breaking down fatin the corpse, improve suppleness and to deal with a sluggish metabolism; yet starting with a healthy diet is paramount for weight loss. Here is where APP, an online calorie counter, helps you to FOCUS by providing many features at the stroke of a...
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Chia Seed Smoothie Recipe

Ingredients:• 1 small banana, sliced• 2 cups fresh baby spinach• 1/2 cup plain non-fat yogurt (regular or Greek)• 1 cup frozen berries• 1 tablespoon chia seeds• Orange juice or water to thin the smoothie out, if needed Directions:• Combine all ingredients in a blender, and blend until smooth. From:  http://www.thedoctorstv.com/main/content/Chia_Smoothie                    Melissa.
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Remedy for Razor Burn?

Does anyone have a remedy to get rid of razor burn around near the knee area? I have tried lotion, hair conditioner, shaving cream, not shaving for a few days ... and it won't go away. Any ideas? Thanks, Melissa.
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MIGRAINE...MIGRAINE...GO AWAY!

I have migraine since high school & i can't take it anymore. Now my forever bestfriend is my EXCEDRIN i can't live without it. What should i do? ????
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Which is worse

I like the which is worse segment. Blueberry or a scone. I learned that both aren't good for us but the scone is worse. 
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Bath mats

I don't like bath mats because of the mold and mildew. Yet I read the instructions on the new one I bought recently and it read to hang up the bath mat so it dries. Just like the towels need to  air dry.   
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Energy and Calorie

A lot of talk about ow-calorie diet these days for losing weight.  Well, this particular trend is not for everyone since everyone isn't a desk-jocky (who sits on a chair all day).  For those who are not desk-jockys, they need high-calorie meals to fill their needs: energy. (I got this information below from my old Chemistry Textbook) Energy is defined as the capacity to do work (W = F x D).  All forms of energy...
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Recipes from the book

I bought the Doctor's Diet book a couple of months ago.  I, finally opened it.  Today, I made the Anytime Vegetable soup.  I did add broccoli, spinach and some black beans that were left over.  This is the best soup I have ever eaten!
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