Saving smiles! Tainted IVs! Hep C! Water balls! Baby babble! No births! College hookups! And super secret squats! It's your Thursday Health Watch, where we watch your health—but just as a friend!
- Dr. Abraham Beigeleisen is a strange looking dude but he does "save smiles" with science so he can't be all bad, assuming you think smiles are worth saving, which they are except in the case of Marv Albert.
- Nine hospital patients in Alabama died, and the expected culprit is tainted IV solution. Not Arby's.
- A new three-drug cocktail cures Hep C in even the toughest cases. Good news! At least for you, Julie.
- Some call them "water balls," while others call them "water walking ball rides." Either way, they'll kill you—with laffs! And drowning.
- When little babies are babbling at each other, are they talking in a secret coded language, or just babbling meaninglessly? The fact that we even have to ask this rhetorically shows just how dumb parents can be.
- Whoa, the CDC just reported the biggest drop in the U.S. birth rate in 30 years. People are finally figuring out: kids are awful.
- The college "hookup" culture: are enough voyeuristic-posing-as-concerned stories being written about it?
- Once you watch these videos, you will know how to squat. But will you know how to Super Squat? No, that's a secret.