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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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Pathetic Infomercial
7 February 2017 | by ctiiniraqSee all my reviews

This sorry excuse of a television show is nothing more than a drawn-out infomercial.

Listen and watch "doctors" who are nothing more than hacks and sell- outs promote products and services throughout their entire show. They shamelessly pick people with illnesses or conditions that will allow them the opportunity to promote their favorite companies and products.

All one needs to do is watch one episode to see the sad and pathetic ramblings of sell-outs trying to trick you into going out to purchase their junk endorsements. The first few episodes were, at least, slightly helpful and offered useful medical "advice". The sad state of this program quickly evolved into those sell-outs reverting to their true nature of cut-rate car salesmen.


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