The Doctors weigh in on research that suggests eating an early dinner was associated with a lower risk of breast and prostate cancer.
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Could a key to disease prevention be when you eat dinner?
The Doctors welcome twins Christine and Michelle, who are both looking to rejuvenate their skin and appearance.
Is an early dinner good for your health? The Doctors discuss research that suggests eating an earlier dinner was associated with a lower risk of breast and prostate cancer risks, when compared to those who ate later in the night and stayed up later.
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Is may seem harmless but just because something is labeled "natural" does not mean it is safe. The use of alternative medicine for children has skyrocketed.
Twins Michelle and Christine visit two separate surgeons to have slightly different facial rejuvenation treatments in what The Doctors are calling The Great Twinning Experiment."
Should children be taking supplements?
Cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Simon Ourian and dermatological surgeon Dr. Jason Emer detail the procedures and treatments they used to give twins Christine and Michelle their new refreshed looks.
The Doctors share an image of a woman with horrific, large blisters on her legs and you'll never guess what caused them... parsnips!