Bobby Bones received his doctorate from the University of Arkansas earlier this year. Ever since he's been dubbed Dr. Bobby. Despite not being a real doctor, the show had medical questions for Bones to answer.
Amy asked him about her tick bite, sharing that it's still itching 7 weeks later. He looked at it, and said something definitely looks like it's in there. Bones asked if she had seen a doctor for it, and because she hadn't, she should probably search Google for a specialist. Eddie asked about his eyesight because he was losing his near-sight. He first asked if it's normal that this is happening to him as he's getting older. Bones said yes, and the reason he knows that is because his family member who is an Ophthalmologist told him the same thing. Eddie had a follow-up question asking if he should get readers or just enlarge the text on his phone to which Bones encouraged him to get the readers. Though Eddie is likely not going to take that advice because to him, getting glasses is him "giving up on life."
asked Dr. Bones if he could solve the problem no doctor has ever been able to. He hasn't been able to touch his shoulders since birth and wants to know why. Bones said it's a birth defect and encouraged him to read Stanley The Dog: The First Day of School
as medicine because the book is about accepting being different. Morgan
wanted to know how long it would take for her new injury to heal. She bruised/possibly broke her tailbone in a rollerblading accident. Bones said from his personal previous experience, it will likely take about 2 months to heal and ice can help. But really it's about how much pain she's willing to take in order to do her usual activities like working out.
The Ultimate Sioux Falls Visitor's Guide: A to Z
has lots to explore; fun stuff for the whole family, food of every kind, educational opportunities, and more! If you have out-of-town guests visiting, show them around our city. Eat at places they've never eaten. Take them to places they'd never go. Take some great photos to post on social media (and don't forget the hashtag #HiFromSiouxFalls).
We've even listed some cool hotels where they can stay if you don't have the room.
It's a pretty awesome city and that's why we think you should come and visit. If you're coming on business or pleasure, we've put together a list of places to go and things to see. We know you want to explore the attractions the city is known for like Falls Park, the Arc of Dreams, and the Sculpture Walk, but there's a lot more to see and do than just the touristy (that's really a word) stuff. The best places to go are where the locals go and we have a not your average, ordinary visitor's guide.
Here's a list of over 100 things to do and places to go in Sioux Falls.
for a list of all the places we mention and links to each one. Print it out or save it to your phone and use it as a reference when you're visiting. See you soon!
From Frybread to Pheasants - Here are South Dakota's Official State Things
Every state in our nation has chosen things that represent the state in one way or another to be official state things. Like a flower, or animal. South Dakota
is no different.
The Mount Rushmore has a state flower. But did you know we also have a state tree and a state fish? Yes, we even have a state code.
MOST RECKLESS DRIVERS' VEHICLES
We've all seen 'em.
That souped-up vehicle sitting next to you at the red light or blowing your doors off on the interstate.
When you lay eyes on one of those beauties, the thought runs through your mind - 'Man, I would get in SO much trouble behind the wheel of that bad boy'.
And you're probably right. But which vehicles on the road today are causing drivers to take the most risks?