Don’t burn yourself out
Sarah Chalke’s Medical Mission; Surprising Home Germ Hot-Spots
Actress Sarah Chalke is best known for playing a doctor on the hit TV show Scrubs, but she discovered her true passion for medicine when her son, Charlie, was diagnosed with a life-threatening illness that primarily affects children: Kawasaki disease.
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Don’t burn yourself out! The Doctors share the best ways to reduce stress. Then, learn about "Scrubs" actress Sarah Chalke’s mission to fight a dangerous childhood disease. Plus, see which unexpected spots in your kitchen may be harboring harmful bacteria
Scrubs' actress Sarah Chalke discusses her involvement with the Kawasaki Disease Foundation to raise awareness and funding for a diagnostic test to detect the disease in its early stage.
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