A Dose of Truth: Is bathing daily detrimental or damaging?

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Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis recently revealed they don’t believe in washing their kids, or themselves, daily. But, do they really need to? Dr. James Simmons, a hospitalist nurse practitioner and founder of “Ask the NP,” discusses the science behind their decision.

Plus, many star athletes are turning to cupping therapy as a form of pain relief. Dr. Simmons shares his take on the alternative style of treatment and if it really is as painful as it looks.

This segment aired on KTLA’s Off the Clock on July 29, 2021.

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