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The Friday News Feed; Young Woman Loses Her Eye To Cancer; I Absorbed My Twin In The Womb; At-Home Skincare Trends
“I have a condition called chimerism,” explains Taylor. “Basically, it means I am my own twin.”
In order to save her life after a tumor was discovered, Lindsay had her eye removed and has lived with years of taunting and bullying ever since.
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra warns against some popular at-home skin care treatments. Find out if you are putting your skin at risk.
If you want to keep your brain in tiptop shape, try doing this after a workout.
Are men scheduling their vasectomies to coincide with March Madness? The Doctors discuss the increase in the procedure seen at one Cleveland clinic during the college basketball tournament.
March is the peak period for college basketball excitement -- but according to the Cleveland Clinic, it’s also a peak period for vasectomies.
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra is here to discuss some DIY skin treatments that have gone viral. But how safe are these trendy devices?
Taylor, who absorbed her twin in the womb, has chimerism. Find out what her life is like with two different blood streams and two immune systems, and why her skin is two different colors.
Could a shot be the answer to better sex? The Doctors discuss a new approach to keeping it hot and heavy in the bedroom.