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[ laughter ] >> look, look at his face. he's like, .... >> all new on the doctors . >> and in today's news in two: john and kate, the stress of the show affected his long-term health. and a woman set on fire at a gas pump, that's today! ♪ ♪ we can make it there ♪ we can make it all right ♪ take my hand ♪ ♪ doctor, doctor gimme the news ♪ >> as you can see, we have a special group of fanc with us
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-- fans with us here today, thank you for being here for an intimate session of "the doctors"! [ applause ] >> and, i want to go ahead and get started. and look at this photo of this woman, if you will. so, what if i told you, as you watch her little by little, she's making a change. as you go through the pictures over the course of 30 days, would you all not agree her appearance is improving dramatically? >> whoa. yeah. >> she didn't something simple to change her skin. any ideas? >> lots of water. >> no sugar. >> she went on a vegan diet. >> all she did, the answer, was not drink for 30 days. that change in complexion, and of course, could alcohol be making you look less attractive. she drank 5 glasses of wine a week, that's not a lot. >> wow. >> there are people in the room that drink more than
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that. >> that's a glass after work. >> that's amazing. >> looking through the progression of her photos here, week 1, this is how she looked. within days of giving up alcohol, you see dramatic improvement in skin redness. week 2, reportedly she was sleeping better, more soundly, not craving late-night snacks like she used to, you are seeing the capilaries, visibility is decreasing. week 3, skin on her entire body, she reported, not being as dry and scaly. friends were commenting on her better complexion. and thatmoses us to the -- that moves us to the final week, week 4: fewer headaches and more energy. she lost 3 pounds and the puffiness and redness that you saw, virtually gone. >> wow. >> from giving up 5 glasses of wine a week. now, alcohol can, in some people, create a chemical reaction that causes peripheral blood vessels to expand causing the redness you saw, or if you give up the
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alcohol you see the redness decrease. >> what fitold you all there's a cool app, it's called the drinking mirror. what the drinking mirror does, is, it takes a picture of you, and shows you what you will look like in 10 years if you consistently drink alcohol. so, i am going to pick one ... >> we took pictures of all of y'all, already. >> you wanna do it? [ laughter ] >> what's your name? á >> natalia. >> so, what i am gonna do, go to camera. i will take your picture. there we go. >> okay. >> i just took natalia's picture. i will use that photo. i have to line up her chin. we're gonna go "next" and line up her pupils. how many glasses of wine do you have per week? >> lately i have tried not to, so maybe 1-2. >> can i say, hey, you started
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drinking 10 + a approximate week? >> okay. why not? >> we will load up natalia's result here. >> uh-oh. >> wow! >> ahhhh! whoo! >> wow. [ laughter ] >> the moral of the story is, if you knew that you were gonna look like that from drinking 10 + drinks a week, you may cut back, right? >> right. of course! >> people always wonder why they see certain people with red faces. the capilaries are small blood vessels under the skin, you typically can't see them. when you drink, they expand and the expansion of the capilaries and the blood vessels lead to a flushing, rosacea, that stays there. >> some have a histamine-like reaction when they drink wine, so it's worse. you have the expansion of the capilaries and a bit of an allergic reaction at the same time, and then you are really red. but, let's just call a spade a
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spade here. drinking in moderation, i mean we have talked about having a glass of wine a day, for most people, could potentially be heart healthy. so, do you know how many ounces the average red wine glass is? >> 27, i don't know. >> 20 +. a lot of times it's a 21 ounce glass or more in some cases. i think 21 ounces, maybe. but those are fishbowls. if you are filling it half way, you are looking at 10 and-a-half ounces. >> that's double a serving, right? >> yeah, yeah. so all of a sudden, you are like "i am having a half of a glass of wine" as measured in the wine glass, is true; but a glass of wine technically is 4 and-a-half ounces. so, that's where people have to be careful. >> there you go. and keep in mind, you need to get smaller glasses. even thote big glass -- though the big glass is beautiful, the bigger your glass is the more you put in, and the more you drink. >> get a cute little one, and you drink in moderation.
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>> so, hey, before we go to break, any questions that you all have for us? because ... what's your name . >> paulina. >> how are you? >> fabulous. >> what's going on? >> i am not a big wine drinker, i do mixed drink , does this stuff still apply to me . >> oh, yeah. very much so. since you are drinking mixed drinks you have sugar in your drinks. >> oh. >> you are adding another layer of calories and a whole other layer of stuff that will age you and make you not look so great. >> interestingly, if you look at it, there are studies that show, liquor, beer, and wine all may have heart-health benefits. it's interesting. i think where liquor's so dangerous, is, you know, you pour half of a cup in, and you have 3 serving sizes. any other questions? >> what's your name? >> i with my friends, we hang out and smoke marijuana and
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also drink. but most of the time they would say that the smoking is healthier than the drinking. >> legal or illegal marijuana? >> legal, it's all legal. >> just to be clear here. >> where's your card? >> i don't have my wallet with me right now. >> now, rusmoking -- are you smoking blunts or joint or a bong? >> i am local, from the caribbean. blunts. we don't do anything but blunts. which is more, they say it's more healthy to drink -- to smoke than drink alcohol. >> when you wrap the marijuana in a tobacco leaf, you are smoking a cigarette. if you do it regular you could possibly be smoking a pack of cigarettes a day based on how many blunts you are smoking. but if we are gonna compare alcohol-related issues, versus marijuana-related issues, you know, we can't really find a lot of clinical data to say there's a lot wrong with it,
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but what we can say for teenagers and those whose brains are still developing, studies show it slows the development of your brain. >> that's the problem. >> alcohol versus marijuana, it's when you throw in the term "abuse". there's no such thing as healthy alcohol abuse or marijuana abuse. and you are splitting hairs a bit when you start asking: which would be worse? the key is, when you start doing something to the extent that it's considered even you are thinking it could be abuse. drinking too much or smoke too much marijuana. in most cases both of them are terrible for your health . >> hold your questions, we will get to more later in the show. >> opening up about how she lost weight and revealed her cancer. surprising secrets to her success, robin quivers opens up about her battle with cancer. >> what happens to you when you hear someone say: you
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have cancer. >> and later ... the boy with skin as fragile as a butterfly's wings. >> i am so happy with the life that i have. everything that i have, i am grateful for. >> i want a cure. i want it now! >> he needs it right away. he will not make it. >> announcer: that's later! >> it's the doctors all new november! >> is it me or is it getting hot in here? >> i am having a hot flash right now! [ laughter ] >> a full month of housecalls! >> naptime. let's go, guys. >> and the sex chat with dr. berman. >> orgasm is icism -- symphony of reflexes. >> after the second child was not able to feel anything during sex. >> i am observing your cervix and vaginal walls. >> she has vaginal atrophy. >> all new november, features the doctors as patients.
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>> i have never had such an enthusiastic patient. >> you won't believe the stars participating in the celebrity gynologue. >> for all of your q & a's. >> how can i go to sleep faster naturally . >> the doctors are taking over the set oft. >> fasten your seat belt for the doctors all new november. >> coming tomorrow, in the dr. phil thursday, what every parent needs to know about bullies in school. >> you can think your child is at home studying but
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[ applause ] ♪ >> you know her best as radio shock jock, howard stern's softer side. robin quivers has been fighting a silent battle. >> she's made us laugh out loud for decades and over the last year, robin quivers has been fighting the battle of her life quietly. may 2012, her life changed forever when she was diagnosed with endometrial cancer. her long-time co-host, howard stern and family rallied behind her, she maintained a strict vegan diet and astonished doctors and family alike with how quickly she bounced back to health. she's ready to share her personal story of health and healing with the world! >> welcome author of the new
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book "the vegi-ication of robin" robin quivers! [ crowd cheering ] [ applause ] . >> thank you for coming! >> hey there! [ applause ] >> hi! >> have a seat. >> thank you. ? >> first of all, you look great. >> thank you, thank you. >> robin, what's interesting is that, when you hear the word "cancer" -- >> uh-huh. >> right? it just does something to you psychologically. you are doing great, you lost a lot of weight. you are a celebrity, a star, a great career. what happens to you when you hear someone say "you have cancer"? >> i didn't believe it. [ laughter ] >> i have a great ability to go into denial! [ laughter ] >> so, i -- they keep saying i have cancer. but i really couldn't believe it. you know, when they first
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said, you have a mass in your pelvis, i was like, well, i wonder what that is? they kept saying we think it's this or that, and finally they said, it's cancer. and i am like "what does that mean, i don't know what that is". >> so, there had to have been a moment, you know, maybe it was in the middle of the night when you were laying in bed that you processed it? okay's cancer. >> it happened so fast from the time i completely could not pass urine to the operation, was 10 days. and that was 10 days of tests and speculation. and then, you know, not even diagnosis. we knew it was cancer but nobody knew what kind, where it was coming from. they didn't know anything. i went into surgery, and i went in with the knowledge that it could be the end of me, because they said, well, if we put in the scope and we see it's everywhere, we will close you up and bring you out. what you have to hope for is a long operation. >> yes, yes.
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>> endometrial cancer is one of those where the signs and symptoms are subtle, people don't realize it's there. >> i experienced extreme fatigue, and eventually i couldn't urinate because the tumor got so big that it blocked my urethera, and water, you know, i couldn't pass water. yeah. >> is it true your tumor was the size of a grapefruit. thook what they said -- that's what they said. what happened was, basically, the mass grew in the girdle of the pelvis and was leaning on every organ inside, and eventually took up the entire space. and that was why it was hard to figureout what was going on. >> yeah, yeah. >> those who don't know what endometriosis is, endometriosis endometrium, spread out throughout her perito nium.
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the >> the inner lining of the uterus. so little parts of spread out throughout everywhere, and it developed cancer. they didn't know what they were looking at when they went in. >> right. >> in terms of endometrial cancer, things that put you at risk are obesity, being a little older, as we age the risk goes up and not ever having children or not ever having with -- been pregnant. or starting a late period in life. >> and so i am glad you got to the doctor in enough time and had this great outcome. >> we are so, so very happy you were correctly diagnosed and correctly treated. and i want to share with everyone, some of the stepsister you took in your own -- steps you took in your own life. because you did. you went veg an. you started eating super nutritious foods. what's amazing is, robin can
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help teach all of us that you can fight anything in this world, and you actually became in some ways the ceo of your own health. >> we will head into the kitchen to learn some of her tried and true tips to start loving your veggies again. >> coming up, could you survive a plane crash? >> dr. sears here with airplane travel sickness tips! >> oh, my god. >> put that on. put that on. >> announcer: and later ... >> i have wounds on my feet, my belly, my groin. basically in my whole body. >> the physical and emotional pain this young boy faces every day. >> he's 11 years old, and he just doesn't want to go on. >> that's later! >> coming tomorrow! in our dr. phil thursday: what every parent needs to know about bullies and school. >> you can think your kids are at home, doing homework but
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>> all november check in with the doctors on tv and twitter and you could win 5,000 dollars, grab your phone or paper and pen, i will reveal today's check in. >> it's temperature @thedoctors# veg an feast check in tomorrow for another chance to win! [ applause ] >> we are back with radio host robin quivers, who is 5 months cancer free! [ applause ]
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>> thank you! [ applause ] the the combination of the best medical care available and a vegan rich plant-based diet. she explains this in her diet back, "the vegi-ication". >> she got a lesson in vegan holiday cooking. >> holiday males are butter and -- meals are butter, gravy, salt, fat, and flour. >> sounds like my family. >> i am here to show you, you don't need all of that. you have to have sweet potatoes, right >> gotta have the sweet potatoes. make a layer on the bottom. granny smith apples on the top. cinnamon, nutmeg, i will pour a dollop of maple syrup,
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dollop of vegetable shortening. >> this is really good. >> very good combination. mm-hmm. so, now, let's talk about pumpkin pie. prepare the crust using pecans. we are going to make pie filling using -- >> our cashews. >> and we will add a bit of cashew water, and we will put in what is called egg replacer. >> nutmeg we will put in there. allspice. a couple of cans of puree'd organic pumpkin and cinnamon. then we add a bit of maple syrup, it needs to be sweet, it's desert. >> and i was reading a blog that says you have been quoted as saying "vegetables saved your life". >> absolutely. i went from being a person who couldn't walk a block to being a person who could run a marathon. >> there you have it, a holiday feast you don't have to feel "sorry" about indulging in, the next day. >> that's right. >> beautiful! ♪ [ applause ] ♪
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>> i apologize, i am eating in front of everyone. but, robin, this is good! >> thank you. >> you and rachel did a great job. >> thank you, thank you. i didn't cook before i became a vegan. i learned to cook, fell in love with vegetables and realized my feelings of vegetables came from years of poor preparation. i wanted to put out a book that showcased vegetables the way they really can taste. >> and luckily, robin brought a bit of pumpkin pie for you. so let's bring out the pumpkin pie for everyone to taste. and robin, thank you for sharing some of these great recipes. >> the book is called "the vegi-ication of robin". and the recipes you saw, they'll be on our website a big thank you, robin for being here! >> i have my mouth full. yumm. >> the vegication of robin is available on line, to get an
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autographed copy, go to for a chance to win. >> and a dangerously close call captured on tape. >> if you have flight plans coming up over the holidays don't miss what's next. >> coming up next, before going on your next trip you need to see this. >> if you feel nauseous, put down that magazine look out the window. ahhhh whoo. ♪ breathe, breathe, breathe. >> announcer: and later. >> the boy with the butterfly skin. >> any small force would cause like a blister or a wound. >> and the housecall he will never forget. >> look at his face, she's like, oh! >> that's later n. ♪ >> announcer: coming tomorrow. >> all new, he committed suicide after being bullied at school. >> you have to know, it was not your fault. >> in the dr. phil thursday, what every parent needs to know about bullies and school. >> you can think your kids are
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at home in their bedroom doing their homework, when they're in fact being terrorized by kids at school. >> did this dad go too far in punishing his bully son? >> whoo -- what would you say is the best way to approach this situation, dr. phil? >> that's tomorrow. and on friday. >> i have been having unexplained funky body odor, and yeah, even down there. >> surprising things that make you stink. >> as a gynecologist, i hear it all the time. >> that's on friday! ♪ [ superfan ] we're hitting the road to help america discover the new helper. you've got to try this sweet & sour chicken helper. i didn't know they made chicken. crunchy taco or four cheese lasagna? can i get another one of those actually? [ superfan ] hey, america, we're here to help. ♪ got it! i...did not get it. [ female announcer ] you may not be the best with a smart phone but you know what's best for your kids. so we listened when you said gogurt should have only natural colors and flavors and no high fructose corn syrup.
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♪ >> new images streaming into the newsroom giving us a clearer picture of what happened in the crash of flight 214, jennifer recorded this dramatic video of hundreds of passengers running off their wrecked plane as flight 214 went nup flames. we see people on the inflatable slide and the ambulance is on the scene already. and this man survived the crash, you see passengers standing around dazed and confused and still in shock at what they had just experienced ... ♪ >> the holidays are upon us, and that means we are closing in on the busiest travel season of the year. are you prepared as you think you should be to fly? cameras were rolling on a recent shoot with our own dr.
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sears, when everybody's worst travel nightmares came true. >> are you rolling on that? [ laughter ] >> ready to do this? >> yeah, let's do a take. >> 3-2-1. >> dr. sears here with airplane travel sickness tips >> oh, my god. >> oh, oh. >> ah. >> wow, that was -- >> okay, that was good timing there. >> from the flight deck, make sure you are in your seat. >> okay. >> 3-2-1. >> if you start to feel nauseous, put down that magazine and try to look out the window. >> ahhhh! >> oh, [ beep ]! oh. rats. >> oh, my god. >> down. put that on. put that on! >> oh, my god. >> oh, my god. [coughing] >> i am trying. i am trying. >> that's pretty scary, right? >> well, it didn't end there.
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>> breathe, breathe, breathe. >> ahhhh! >> evacuate. evacuate. evacuate. >> go, go, get out. come on, get out. go. [coughing] ♪ >> this actually wasn't real. this is just a simulation. but boy is that scary. >> i am brian, the director at airfacts training. >> what did you think of the simulator? >> it was scary and all right too real. >> i was pretty freaked out. >> we set up realistic scenarios, and you got your chance to go through one of the scenarios. check it out. one of the things that we like to make sure everybody does is
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pay attention to the crew members when they give the briefing. >> were you doing that . >> yes, i could hear. >> ladies and gentlemen, if i could have your attention for a few moments. >> go ahead and grab your life strest. >> they're under the seat, usually. right? >> oh. >> not there. >> not there. >> so, if you then look to your outboard side there, and lift up that -- >> ah. >> there it was. >> maybe i wasn't paying attention. >> second tip: a notice you are wearing nice socks . >> yeah. >> i shouldn't be able to see the socks. think about it, if it's time for evacuation you may have to go to an emergency exit, walking over broken glass, burning metals, you will be injured and make it more difficult for others to evacuate the aircraft. >> okay. yeah. >> during this emergency, the oxygen masks dropped. what i noticed you did, you started helping your camera man. >> put that on, put that on. >> you can't help anybody else, not even the 3-year-old child sitting next to you. if you don't get that on in 10
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seconds at an appreciable altitude. >> if you go out, you will not survive. throok a >> there's a descent chance you wouldn't have survived in a real crash. >> that little dr. sears had us going once again. good acting job. >> it was fun. but it was actually really scary. >> you were talking about this, how much safer is flying? >> flying is 23 times safer than driving. and i need for you to repeat that and tell the camera, tell my mom, ruthie, she thinks everything dr. travis says is true. she's afraid of getting on a flight, but she drives everywhere. >> and ruthie, i have to confess, that when i started flying all the time, computing to and from la, i was nervous every time we took off and landed but in the end, flying is safer than driving. and so that's a good take away. you want to be prepared but understand, flying actually is safe. >> yeah. >> and we will have a complete
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list of crash-landing safety tips on the website. >> great stuff. >> and ruthie, more important i want to personally invite you out to long -- los angeles. >> get on a plane and come see us personally. >> in a television exclusive, dr. sears goes to staton island to meet a young man whose skin blisters and breaks with the slightest of a touch, and this is a story you won't soon forget. stay with us! [ applause ] >> i have wounds on my feet, shins, thighs, my arms, my belly, my groin; basically in my whole body. >> closed captioning provided by: by: a calcium chew this decadent and sugar free? new citracal sugar free chocolate chews. giving you calcium plus d, in a tasty little package.
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today is a television exclusive you won't soon forget. look closely at this preserved fly its wings are -- butterfly, it's wings are so fragile. like paper. few of us can imagine living in a body thisile, but -a this fragile, but some can. meet the boy with the butterfly skin. >> i have wounds on my feet, shins, thighs, my arms, my belly, my groin. basically in my whole body. yeah. >> i had a completely normal pregnancy. at the time of his delivery, there was no skin whatsoever on his left foot. >> when i saw the panic in his eyes i thought, something's
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up. >> i remember the attendings giving me a card and writing the name of the disease on the back of it, as epiidermolysis sclerosa. >> i have trouble doing most things that normal kids would be able to do. there would be days where i wouldn't be able to eat, because there would be a wound in my throat. >> we worry about tripping. falling. someone bumping into him, him bumping into something. >> any small force would hurt, and cause like a blister or a wound. i can't straighten my fingers. >> my call it a mitten deformity, the fingers then fuse together. >> i have to take a bath every other day. either bleach or vinegar. ♪ >> when i get into the water, it burns like crazy! >> this is relentless pain that doesn't go away.
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>> why in life would i have to be tortured like this? when everybody else has such happy lives? i don't understand it. >> he makes statements, he's 11 years old and, sometimes he just doesn't want to go on. [ sobbing ] ♪ i think that's what hurts the most. >> when i am in pain, and my friends come over, they cheer me up and make me forget how much pain i am in. >> i want a cure. i want it now. he needs it right away. or he's not gonna make it. >> even with this, i am happy with the life i have. my friends, and my family. everything i have, i am
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grateful for. ♪ >> yeah, one of the most amazing young men i have ever met, and this is probably one of the worst diseases anybody could ever live with. there's the pain that he endures every day, for simple things like walking and bathing. it's just maddening for the whole family. >> so, explain what eb, is? >> if you think of your skin as two layer, the dermis and epidermis. most people those two layers are anchored together by protein but in john, the layers of protein are defective, a simple shifting, causes a blister. >> and you met this special boy in person, and what happened that day? it even astounded his parents. we will share that next! ♪ ♪
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>> we try to be as gentle, as we could. does it hurt? >> a little bit. it sucks sometimes, but ... >> coming tomorrow. >> all new, he committed suicide after being bullied at school. >> you have to know it was not your fault. >> in the dr. phil thursday, what every parent needs to know about bullis and school. >> you can think the kids are at home in their bedroom doing being terrorized by kids at school. >> did this dad go too far by punishing in bully son >> >>what's the best way, dr. phil, to approach this situation. >> and on friday. >> i have unexplained funky bodior-- body odor. and even down there, yeah. >> as a gynecologist, i hear it all the time. >> that's on friday. so there i was again, explaining my moderate to severe
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chronic plaque psoriasis to another new stylist. it was a total embarrassment. and not the kind of attention i wanted. so i had a serious talk with my dermatologist about my treatment options. this time, she prescribed humira-adalimumab. humira helps to clear the surface of my skin by actually working inside my body. in clinical trials, most adults with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis saw 75% skin clearance. and the majority of people were clear or almost clear in just 4 months. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal events, such as infections, lymphoma, or other types of cancer have happened. blood, liver and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure have occurred. before starting humira, your doctor should test you for tb. ask your doctor if you live in or have been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. tell your doctor if you have had tb, hepatitis b, are prone to infections, or have symptoms such as fever, fatigue, cough, or sores.
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>> i think jonathan understands how sick he is. he knows friends who passed away from eb. >> the last 9 months, seems like a downward spiral. physically, emotionally, psychologically. and, um, we try to keep it positive. >> they have been working on multiple cures for eb. even the littlest of money
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could help the doctors that are trying to figure out if they -- if these methods that they come up with, could help. it would be amazing. >> john hudson is an 11-year-old boy living with a disease called eb, known as the worst disease you have never heard of. his life is full of struggles, most of us can't even fathom. and his strength is equally incredible. here's what happened when dr. sears paid a visit to staton island to meet john and his family in person. when i herd john hudson's story, i had to meet him. á >> how's it going? >> i am jim. >> johnny, how's it going, man? you are probably one of the coolest 11-year-olds on the face of this planet. i am looking forward to meeting you. >> thank you. >> we talked about what it was like to have eb. >> what happens your skin?
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>> i am missing collagen 7, in my body. and -- >> that's a protein? >> yeah. >> and it causes me to have wounds and blisters and -- >> and that's why you keep it covered yeah. >> he took me on a journey into his world. ♪ >> is that fun? >> at first it was, now -- >> now it's not like -- >> yeah. >> check it out. >> so, what's your favorite thing in here? >> probably my extreme trophy. i came in first place, 3 years in a row for my age division. >> nice. >> and you got a dolphin tail? >> yeah, i like these movies. i think about how hey lost his tail. >> uh-huh. >> and there's such a comparison. >> i have to change a bandage on my arm. would you like to see it? >> okay, yeah. >> he wanted to help me understand what it was like to live with eb. >> you try to do it as gently
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as we could. >> does it hurt? >> um, a little bit. where it's stuck sometimes. >> but the more i saw, the harder it was to imagine. >> make sure there's no blisters that need to be drained. >> did that hurt, john? >> you know, some points, where there's a wound. >> it was incredible how john handled this brutal routine. then i realized, he does this every day. ♪ >> i am speechless. huh . >> yeah. you know, family, talking to the dad and the mom and john, it, um, when i showed up, you know, they're all smiles. but the longer i stayed, the tears started to and you could see really how hard it is to, um, (sobbing) to deal with
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this. >> before he left, dr. sears had a few things he wanted to leave with john. >> when kohl's department stores heard about your story they wanted to send you the hottest toys and there's a massive gift card in here so you could go on your own shopping spree. look at his face, he's like, ah! >> your family and four of your friends are getting a 2-night stay at the great wolf lodge resort . >> oh, my god. oh, my god. >> you guys are all getting wands that play magic quest. and you will be one of the first ones to play their new game, shadow quest. >> oh, my gosh. >> how about a high 5, you guys! >> taking care of john is a full-time job, and it's probably hard to kinda take care of the rest of the house. so, maid marines home services is going to clean your house twice a month for an entire year. >> cvs, pharm thacy is give
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-- pharmacy is giving you a 5,000 gift card to cover john's medical supplies. >> guess whatthere's more, john. >> check this out. >> hi, john. >> we heard you are a big fan. we would love to invite you down for a set visit while winter films "a dolphin tale two". >> isn't that cool? >> oh, yeah! >> and, jetlu getaways is gonna fly your entire family down there, so they can watch, too. and they're giving you a $2000 travel voucher to cover hotels and expenses and all of that. >> that's incredible. thank you so much. >> thank you! ♪ [ applause ] ♪ >> so great to see that smile on his face. >> and i asked him, how can people help? he said if you want to help, give to the jackson grabriel
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silver fund, a fund researching a cure for eb (epidermolysis bullosa) >> and we will put the information that john suggests as far as donations on the website: webeb -- if you would like to help, we will be right back! [ applause ] ♪ >> announcer: coming up, breaking health news you can't afford to miss! ♪ closed captioning provided by: introducing cardioviva: the first probiotic to help maintain healthy cholesterol levels without a prescription. cardioviva. we rented this resort, hid smelly objects all over each villa and plugged in febreze. then real people were asked to stay for a long weekend. would they smell anything? the room itself was like [sniffs] ahhh.
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>> if you are heading to hollywood, california, and would like to be in our studio audience, log on at or call 323-the-docs to get your show tickets! >> it's time for today's doctor's health news. >> warning, the following images may be too graphic for some viewers. disturbing video shows a man
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setting a woman on fire at a gas station, reportedly she suffered second and third degree burns on her back, legs and head. should your clothes catch fire, the rule is stop, drop, and roll. this could save your life and minimize injuries. >> a study funded by the national institute of health says that teens with severe obesity might benefit from weight-reduction surgery, for teens with health problems linked to excess weight like high blood pressure and diabetes, surgery could be considered if the teens are psychologically mature. teens in the study averaged a bmi, of 51. >> reports claim that 5% of children suffer from severe obesity and sadly, that number may be growing. ♪ >> the world health organization recommends that adults should limit salt intake to no more than 5 grams a day, the world's largest food and drink company, nestly
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is pledging to -- nestle, is honoring this, sodium causes the body to hold more fluid and causes some people to have higher blood pressure. nestle, said they will decrease salt in hundreds of their products. ♪ >> on a recent episode of oprah winfrey, where are they now? john gosling said, being on television presented abnormal issues for his the kids had problems with their peers and problems talking with others and problems with manners and morals and attributes this to the stress of growing up on television. no comment from his ex, kate. >> that's today's news in 2. ♪ >> you know, our doctor's orders today are essentially going to be something about hope, because i would like to read the letter that john hudson's parents, fay and john, sent to dr. sears.
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>> dr. sears, we cannot thank you enough for everything you did. john hudson is "over the moon" capitalized with exclamation points. >> the biggest boosts come when he has hope and something to look forward to. this is the key to progressive diseases. hope. your show pushes awareness and drives research giving us more of a hope for a cure. he woke up and said, yesterday was the best day of my life". i love that he will be able to watch the day again and again, priceless, with much love and thanks, fay and john. >> thank you for sending this! [ applause ] >> john hudson, doctor's orders are a tribute to you. thank you for sharing your story. and everyone, there's always hope! if you want more information on anything you saw on the show today, including more on john hudson and his foundation, where you can donate money, go to and i want to thank all of you
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for helping us out today, as well. [ applause ] >> appreciate your wonderful questions. see you next time! [ crowd cheering ] [ applause ] ♪
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wayne: we are "let's make a deal."
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jonathan: it's a trip to puerto rico! - (screaming) wayne: oh! (speaking gibberish) go get your car! - (screaming) wayne: you got one! - this is so great! and i met wayne brady! jonathan: it's time for "let's make a deal." now here's tv's big dealer, wayne brady! wayne: hey, welcome to "let's make a deal". it's time to make a deal, real quick, who wants a car? hot dog, come here, hot dog. hot dog, everybody else, have a seat. everybody else have a seat. come here, hot dog. hey, hot dog. - hi, wayne. wayne: man, you got additives, you were jumping around. man, and you are hee yung? - yes, but you can call me esther. wayne: hey, esther. oh, i see, yes. carry the e, you got it, done. - it makes sense. wayne: so what do you do? - i'm an investigator for a government agency.


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