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Surprising Health Risks of Spring on The Doctors

For many in this country, spring has sprung. While the warmer temps and sunny days are a delight to most, springtime can mean suffering for others. From allergies to illness, spring can be bring a surprising amounts of problems. This Thursday, March 29, the cast of The Doctors will examine surprising springtime health dangers.

One of the most common springtime ailments is allergies. On this episode, allergist Dr. Rita Kachru will discuss ways to end frustrating sneezing, watery eyes, and coughing. Dr. Kachru will also explain how allergens affect the body. Tips will be given to minimize irritants in the home.

As asthma sufferers tend to struggle most in the spring, the cast will discuss a new groundbreaking treatment for asthma. The Doctors will help viewers determine if it’s the right treatment for them.

Dr. Lisa Masterson, OB/GYN will discuss an oddity about springtime babies. Dr. Masterson explains why babies born in the spring may be at a higher risk for certain illnesses. Dr. Lisa will also discuss what are believed to be the best times of the year to have a baby.

While the topic is on children and spring, the cast will highlight natural and non-toxic dyes for Easter eggs. The docs will point out safe and healthy ways to continue a popular tradition.

And finally, as everyone is heading outdoors and preparing for their favorite activities, the docs will highlight a great new way to get toned for summer by surfing indoors. They will show off a great waterless surfing activity that’s great for exercise and fun.

If America’s pastime is more your cup of tea, the cast has a great list of baseball safety tips to share before you dig out the bat and mit.

Thursday’s episode will be full of great tips to stay safe and healthy this spring. The Doctors airs on NBC.

March 28th, 2012

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