Look and feel your best with help from your favorite stars on a special celebrity edition of Ask Our Doctors.
Staying Spry at 86
With a career spanning six decades, no one knows more about staying young than Hollywood legend Dick Van Dyke. Discover his secrets for staying spry at 86.
Jewel Pays it Forward
Before becoming a hit recording artist, Grammy-nominated singer Jewel was a homeless teen, uncertain of where her next meal would come from.
“I would go to bars at happy hour to eat free peanuts,” she says.
Today, after selling more than 72 million albums world wide, the folk-singing sensation is paying it forward by making sure no child in America goes to bed hungry.
“In America, one in five kids doesn’t know where [his or her] next meal is coming from,” Jewel says. “People don’t realize how prevalent [hunger] is [in America].”
Recently, the singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer added another title to her lengthy resume: Mom to her 7-month-old son, Kase.
“It’s the best thing I ever did,” she says. “I’m not touring, I’m just enjoying being a mom.”
Even superstars have questions about parenting. Find out what Jewel wants to know about breastfeeding.
And, Jewel’s number one tip for singers? Potato chips!
“A lot of singers get very nervous, which can affect their voices,” Jewel says. “My tip is potato chips because of the grease. It will coat your vocal cords.”
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Tiffani Thiessen’s Best Beauty Tips
New mom and star of the hit series White Collar Tiffani Thiessen shares her quick tips for staying healthy and beautiful.
• Avoid bloating by sipping hot water with lemon and parsley.
• Make time to exercise.
• Drink alkaline water and snack on almonds throughout the day to stay hydrated and satiated.
• If possible, get laser hair removal so you can stop shaving and waxing.
Plus, Tiffani asks pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears her biggest parenting question.
More Superstar Secrets
“We do hear a lot of tips from different celebrities,” E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork says. “Some may be helpful and some may be harmful. Always make sure when you hear something from a celeb, to check it out before you try it out.”