Emmy Award-winning actress Julie Bowen, who plays Claire Dunphy on the hit comedy Modern Family, joins The Doctors to help raise awareness about life-threatening food allergies in children.
Modern Family’Julie Bowen on Life-Threatening Allergies; Weight Loss Foods
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One in 20 children in the U.S. have some kind of food allergy, which is a 50 percent increase in a little more than a decade, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The Doctors discuss theories for why food allergies in children...
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Modern Family’s Julie Bowen raises awareness on rising childhood allergy rates and life-threatening allergic reactions. Then, learn how prebiotics can assist with weight loss. Plus, is your morning coffee endangering your health?
You might be getting more than caffeine with your morning cup of Joe. Bacteria and mold can form in the coffee maker's water reservoir and piping system.
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Emmy Award-winning actress Julie Bowen, who plays Claire Dunphy on the hit comedy "Modern Family," joins The Doctors to help raise awareness about life-threatening food allergies in children.
Reader's Digest Editor-In-Chief Liz Vaccariello and Dr. Travis share four foods that contain prebiotics, which feed the skinny bacteria in your gut.
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