Learn why laughter can truly be the best medicine! The Doctors are joined by stand-up comedian and actor Pauly Shore to explain how humor plays into your overall health.
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"[Laughing] is similar to cardio or going to the gym [or] going to the steam room. It's kind of a [way to] de-stress. You [can] just let go and I think that's really important," Pauly says.
Pauly is joined by his pilates instructor, Erica Meek, to show The Doctors some of the exercises he does to stay in shape.
• Check out Pauly's new film Whiskey Business on CMT!
Junior, a five-year-old Bloodhound, underwent several cosmetic surgeries over the course of two years, including a facelift and tummy tuck, to prevent blindness and other health problems from developing. See how Junior's surgeries went and learn why certain genetic predispositions of some dog breeds may require surgery.
Hilarity for Charity
Actor Seth Rogen recently created a charity event to benefit the Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association. The Alzheimer's Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care and support, and the largest private, nonprofit funder of Alzheimer's research.
The Alzheimer's Association works on global, national and local levels to enhance care and support for Alzheimer's sufferers, caregivers and everyone affected by the disease and related dementia disorders.
Hollywood celebrities, including actors Paul Rudd, Sophia Bush, Aziz Ansari, Ty Burrell and many others also participated in the fundraiser. The event raised more than $300,000 dollars for Alzheimer’s research and awareness, but some of the celebs had a few medical questions of their own for The Doctors!
• Hangover milkshake
• Acupressure for hangovers
• Oxygen bar to prevent hangovers
How Laughing Too Hard Can ...
• Cause people to cry.
• Cause urinary dribble.
• Cause people to lose their breath.
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