Celebrity Health Fads: Real or Rumor?

Get the inside scoop on the latest celebrity health buzz. Then, Chaz Bono reveals his new body after a yearlong weight loss journey that started here on The Doctors ! Plus, celebrity chef Curtis Stone’s spicy secrets for better sex and more!

Real or Rumor?
Micah Jesse, a celebrity blogger talking about RumorFix.com stories, joins The Doctors to set the record straight about some of Hollywood's biggest health headlines. Find out whether these headlines are real or rumor:

Is Madonna sporting a new grill?

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Chaz Bono's Weight Loss Journey
Chaz Bono, the famous child of

performers Sonny and Cher, weighed 250 pounds and was facing serious health problems when he sought help from The Doctors a year ago. He was reeling from the hormonal after-effects of his gender reassignment operation, and he told ER physician Dr. Travis Stork that he felt "out of control" when it came to his diet and trying to maintain a healthy weight.

"Now is the time," Dr. Travis told him. "Failure is not an option."

Chaz reveals how far he's come in the past year. Hear how he lost the weight and his plan for keeping it off. Could it work for you?

Standing Tall
Three years ago, Judy underwent a spine surgery, which healed incorrectly. Since then, she has not been able to stand straight or walk for any length of time.

She wants to return to her active lifestyle and be able to help take care of her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. "I just want to be who I used to be," she says.

Complex spinal surgeon Dr. Michael Chang explains that Judy has developed fixed sagittal imbalance. He plans to realign Judy's spine with a technique called pedicle subtraction osteotomy.

Dr. Chang explains how he performs the surgery: "In this procedure, we essentially break the spine completely in half."

After her surgery, celebrity hairstylist Ken Paves gives Judy a new look to go with her stand-up posture. See the new Judy!

Libido-Boosting Foods
Curtis Stone, celebrity chef and author of What's For Dinner?, shows The Doctors how to make a three-course meal using libido-boosting foods.

"There are foods that just naturally get us in the mood, if you know what I mean," Curtis says.

The Doctors Get Zesty

Commercial actor Anderson Davis,

better known as the often-shirtless "Kraft Zesty Guy," helps answer a viewer's question.

Susan, a Facebook fan, asks: My husband has a bad cold and says every time he coughs, his ribs hurt. Is it possible to break a bone from coughing too hard?

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman and family medicine physician Dr. Rachael Ross use Anderson as a prop to explain how coughing could hurt your ribs.

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