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Actress Jamie Lee Curtis, who was feeling under the weather at the events, asks, "Is there really anything to do for a cold?" She also asks if you should really starve a cold?
The Doctors stress when you are sick to make sure you eat nutritious foods and debunk the notion of "starving a cold," which they say is not helpful. They recommend making sure you eat plenty of veggies and fruits. They say to stay hydrated and use honey, which is a natural cough suppressant. If congested, use a saline rinse. Unfortunately, they note there is not a "cure" for the common cold, except time.
Actress Jennifer Tilly wonders if she should trust medical tips and advice she finds online?
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork warns that going online to find answers to your medical questions can be scary, and he suggests using websites as a resource but not to diagnose or determine what treatment should be used.
Singer Mary Wilson of the Supremes asks how she can cut down on her salt intake.
The Doctors note that up to 90 percent of Americans eat too much salt, and Dr. Travis suggests, instead of salt, adding spices to your food, and when using salt and pepper, to go with more pepper than salt.