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Ask the Doctors: Transitioning off Breastfeeding? Understanding Sebaceous Cysts; Can Glue Heal Bones? Secret Shot to Increase a Man’s Size? Are Infertile Men at Higher Risk of Prostate Cancer? Could the Skin on Fruits Be Good for Your Health?
The Doctors welcome Tyler Kaczmarek and Gene Tsudik, co-authors of the “Thermanator” study, to share how heat from our body can be used to steal a password type on a computer keyboard.
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra details what causes sebaceous cysts and share tips on how to treat this problematic skin condition that plagues many.
The Doctors and urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz discuss if there is a link between male infertility and higher rates of prostate cancer.
The Doctors and urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz discuss research that found men who eat nuts daily have higher fertility rates. Plus, find out some creative ways you can add more nuts to your meals.
Researchers at University California Irvine determined hackers may be able to steal your passwords without ever seeing you type it by using a thermal camera that tracks where your fingers hit the keyboard.
Anyone who has broken a bone knows that it takes a while to mend. What if there was a way to fix broken bones in just five minutes using glue?! A new study out of Sweden found this might just be the case!
Tyler Kaczmarek and Gene Tsudik, co-authors of the “Thermanator” study, shares tips on how you can protect your passwords from being stolen by tracking one’s body heat.
The Doctors welcome orthopedic surgeon Dr. Dave Shukla to discuss how a special type of glue has been used to heal broken bones when tested on animals. Could this approach be used on humans any time soon?
The Doctors share that often the parts of fruits or vegetables we toss – the skin, ends or leaves – are actually packed with healthy nutrients and can be used in creative ways. Learn how you can use these discarded parts in your next meal!