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This show won the Emmy for Best Informational Talk Show, and deservedly show. It dishes out medical information in a conversational and easy to understand manner along with occasional splashes of humor. The doctors all seem very passionate about what they do and the information they convey. Dr. Stork is the show's hunky emergency room surgeon that has all the young audience girls breathing hard, Dr.Sears is the playful pediatrician, Dr. Ordon is the slickly dressed old plastic surgeon with a naughty sense of humor and Dr. Masterson is the show's OBGYN (and incidentally quite the hotty). As a daytime TV show, it mostly handles women's health issues and dispenses tips and demonstrates how a number of medical procedures are done in precise, interesting ways. Their "Hot Headlines" section of the show focuses on the latest in stories in medicine and health. Not for everyone but very good at what they do. From the people who created the "Dr. Phil" show.
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