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A team of medical professionals discuss a range of various health-related topics and answer questions from viewers who are too embarrassed to ask their own doctors.
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Travis Stork Travis Stork ...  Himself - Co-Host / ... 1,362 episodes, 2008-2018
Andrew Ordon Andrew Ordon ...  Himself - Co-Host / ... 1,153 episodes, 2008-2018
Jim Sears ...  Himself / ... 567 episodes, 2008-2016
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A team of medical professionals discuss a range of various health-related topics and answer questions from viewers who are too embarrassed to ask their own doctors.

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8 September 2008 (USA) See more »

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TV Dokik See more »

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16:9 HD
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The series was originally created in Standard Definition. It was not until Season 3 that it went to High Definition. See more »

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Referenced in Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #8.64 (2009) See more »

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Opiod/Fentanyl Addiction killing billions of Americans!!!!!!
26 October 2017 | by rishelpatSee all my reviews

Hysterical, anti-opiate television shows seem to be the big thing these days. I've noticed that not ONE anti-opiate testimonial TV show ever bothers to speak to people like myself, who are chronic pain patients. I have a pain management plan that utilizes aquatherapy, massage therapy, mindfullness, and physical therapy, along with opiate pain killers. It's called a "multidisciplinary" approach to chronic, intractable pain. Does anyone besides my doctor(s) and myself care whether or not I'm able to take care of my elderly inlaws, or even more important, my autistic son? Somehow I don't think so, as I never see issues such as these addressed. When was the last time anyone mentioned that fentanyl has been used recently as pain medication for pediatric cancer patients who can't keep food down after chemo, and can't keep pain medication down either? Of course it's flavored, yet it helped to save my nephew's life. Tell both sides of the story. Ususally there's another side to the "ratings only" story. Tell it! Be honest, and let people think for themselves!


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