Blog Posts by Anderson Team

  • Say Bye-Bye to Plastic Surgery: The Latest in Anti-Aging

    Do you believe in the power of lasers?Nurse Jamie Sherrill, who works with many celebrity clients, shares some of the latest breakthroughs in anti-aging technology. Jamie believes these new advancements in laser technology have more women staying away from facelifts, Botox and fillers.
    Q-Switch Pixel

    The Q-Switch Pixel is a non-ablative treatment which utilizes a special tip that heats deep beneath the skin (up to 3mm) so that all skin healing and tightening happens without damage to the outer layer of skin.

    Non-ablative treatments improve skin texture and tone, decrease wrinkles and fine lines, and address scarring and pigmentation.

    Face and Neck Rejuvination

    We are doing the Q-Switch Pixel resurfacing laser for face and neck rejuvenation. Clients are not doing as much Botox and filler - facelifts are being done more sparingly.


    ELVR is External Laser Vaginal Rejuvination, and the treatment is done with the Pixel laser.

    It evens out skin tone, removes discoloration from ingrown hairs or

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  • Tattoo 101: Everything You Need to Know About Getting Inked

    Do you want to get a tattoo?Are you thinking about a tattoo? If so, take a look at some helpful information about ink -- from selecting a tattoo artist to dealing with a regrettable tat.

    All information courtesy of our friends at Sacred Tattoo in New York City.

    Are You a Tattoo Virgin?

    If this is your first time getting a tattoo, Sacred Tattoo artist Jon recommends thoroughly doing your research.

    "If you ask one tattoo artist to draw a rose for you, depending on the artist's style, every rose will come out completely different. Do your research on the artist and on the shops. You have to make sure you are going to the right person because if not, it will be a mistake you will have forever."

    Tattoo artist Jon Mesa

    Are You Afraid You're Too Old for a Tattoo?

    Anderson previously mentioned on the show that he wanted to get a tattoo, but wasn't sure what kind of a design, and joked that he's too old for a tattoo anyway.

    Here's what Jon had to say about that…

    "The oldest person I tattooed was this lady, and she was

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  • 12 Dirt-Cheap Ideas for a Spectacular Fourth of July Bash

    Do you want to celebrate the 4th of July in style, but you're on a tight budget? Check out guest blogger Nancy Pfeifer, who came up with a very thrifty and creative way to celebrate the holiday with a lot of zing, but without breaking the bank.

    Guest Blogger: Nancy Pfeifer of A to Zebra Celebrations

    A lot of my inspiration came from a board I created on I was excited to challenge myself and figure out how to style something that would wow your guests -- regardless of how much you spent on the party. I think you'll love these ideas!

    1. Tables

    I went around my house and gathered all the things I could use to set up my tables. I used a 6-ft. table with a white tablecloth. You can find tablecloths at Target for $16.99. I use mine very often. I am not good at sewing, but I can make simple table runners and napkins as you see displayed on the tables. The blue and white stripes fabric is from Goodwill ($.99 cents for all of it). The red and stars table runners cost me about

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  • 15 Signs of Good Fortune

    Are you a lucky person?Anderson speaks to guests about their incredible stories of fate, chance and luck. Actress Debra Messing also joins the show, and tells Anderson she believes in fate.

    Here are 15 signs of good fortune… how will your luck change today?

    1. Bird Droppings

    When bird droppings land on your head, many believe this to be a major sign of wealth coming from heaven.

    2. Ladybugs

    The ladybug is considered to bring good luck and prosperity. A ladybug landing on you is thought to lessen your burden. Conversely, killing a Ladybug is considered bad luck.

    3. Dolphins

    Dolphins are considered lucky in many different cultures, including ancient Greece, Sumer, Egypt and Rome. It is a symbol of protection, and its image is said to bring good luck.

    4. When Your Hands Tingle

    If your hands tingle, it is said to be a sign that money is either coming to you or leaving you. The general consensus is that when your left hand tingles, money is coming to you. When it is the right hand, it means money is

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  • Things to Remember when Selling Your Keepsakes

    Are you thinking about selling your treasures?Anderson welcomes the stars of A&E's "Storage Wars" to the show to talk about auctions. If you're interested in selling your own memorabilia or keepsakes, check out the helpful tips below. Information courtesy of Victor Moreno, Founder of

    1. Internet Research

    If you feel you have a valuable item, but don't know much about it, Victor suggests going online to do some research. Google is a great place to start.

    Click here for more information on what makes sports memorabilia unique and valuable.

    2. Rare Doesn't Necessarily Mean Valuable

    Victor says to keep in mind that just because something is rare, doesn't always mean it's valuable.

    3. Authentication

    If your item has an autograph from a celebrity or professional athlete on it, you must get it authenticated. Visit to find out how this process works.

    4. Do Your Own Examination

    Examine your keepsake or memorabilia for any markings, dates, titles or

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  • How to Break a Food Habit

    What foods do you crave?If you're like Ryan, who, on today's show told Anderson about eating the same two meals for the past seven years of his life, or you can't can stop snacking while in front of the television, Behavior Expert Dr. Mike Dow has some tips for breaking a food habit and making healthier food choices...

    1. Baby Steps for Big Results

    The first thing you want to ask yourself when trying to change a food habit is: what is one small thing I can change in my routine? The key in changing a food ritual is to take baby steps, never go cold turkey. Research shows that when you deprive yourself of something, it may have short-term positive effects, but not long-term results. If you tell yourself you're never going to have chocolate chip cookies again, it increases the likely you will binge on that food at a later time.

    2. Create Healthier Rituals

    The human brain loves rituals - daily actions that become habit. However, if your ritual is unhealthy it can be disadvantageous. The key is to take baby

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  • The Most Controversial Parenting Methods

    Anderson welcomes actress Mayim Bialik, who opens up about attachment parenting. In addition to this particular style of raising children, see what other parenting methods are creating controversy.

    How do you raise your kids?

    1. Attachment Parenting

    Attachment parenting is also called responsive parenting. Parents are responsive in every way to the needs of their child, and the child responds by forming a closer bond.

    2. Uninvolved Parenting

    Uninvolved parenting is close to complete neglect; these parents are neither demanding nor responsive, and they can even be rejecting in the most extreme situations, according to psychology professor Nancy Darling.

    Uninvolved parents don't set rules for children, or offer emotional support or otherwise get involved in their children's lives.

    Such parenting involves sometimes a complete surrender of discipline, in which case children have extreme freedom to govern themselves.

    3. Permissive Parenting

    Also known as indulgent parenting style, permissive

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  • Summertime Scams: Don't Get Ripped Off on Vacation

    How will you be more careful on your next vacation?
    On today's show, personal security and identity theft expert Robert Siciliano gave his tips on ways to avoid identity theft.

    Robert wrote the book "The 99 Things You Wish You Knew Before Your Identity Was Stolen," and is sharing more scams to watch out for while traveling with your family this summer...

    Travel Security and Identity Theft Scams
    Guest blogger: Robert Siciliano

    Traveling for business or pleasure is hectic, unnerving, not at all glamorous and often draining. We often say we need a vacation after a vacation. And when traveling, the last thing you need is to be ripped off. Things to consider:

    Hotel Rooms

    Hotel rooms are not secure. Just last week I entered a hotel room with somebody else's stuff laid out on the dresser and on the bed. It's happened to me dozens of times. Sometimes the clerk assigns the same room to two people, or the keys work in multiple rooms. Never ever leave anything of value in your room.

    Rental Cars

    My wife traveled to Spain,

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  • What to Do If Someone Asks You for Money

    Should money and friendship mix?Two ex-best friends on the "Winning the Lottery Ruined My Life" show are sharing their story about how misunderstandings about money and loans contributed to the deterioration of their friendship. Unfortunately, money is a topic that can ruin relationships, cause tension in families, or worse.

    There is, however, a positive way to react when someone asks for money. By following these guidelines as outlined by Personal Financial Expert Farnoosh Torabi and other guests on "Anderson," you can help to ensure that establishing a loan between yourself and a loved one will not be the cause of a failed relationship.

    Learn how prepare yourself if someone asks to borrow money.

    1. Get Full Disclosure

    Get full disclosure about how the money you are lending will be used. Farnoosh says she has seen many situations in which resentment occurs because the lender believes the receiver is spending money one way, but the receiver actually spends the money a different way. By forcing the

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  • Memory Boosters: Foods that Pack a Brain Power Punch

    Are you eating a healthy amount of memory boosters?

    Dietician Dawn Jackson Blatner says eating certain foods alone won't make you smarter, but combined with regular sleep, exercise and an overall balanced diet, these foods have been shown to increase focus, concentration, reaction time, and memory by keeping neurological pathways in the brain healthy and high-functioning.

    Take a look at the food Dawn recommends to give your brain a power punch!

    Crunch on Cruciferous Veggies
    Research has shown cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower and Brussels sprouts keep our memory sharper than any other fruit or vegetable.

    Fill Your Cup with Coffee
    Coffee has been shown to improve mental performance especially when under stressful situations.

    Get Focused with Fish
    The omega-3 fatty acids in fish can help keep us focused on a task, presentation, exam, etc. Other sources of omega-3 fatty acids include walnuts and flaxseeds.

    Berry Good Blueberries
    Blueberries contain healthy antioxidant compounds called polyphenols that may

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