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Put on your thinking cap and test your med smarts and health knowledge on The Doctors game show!

Truth Serum
Join in on the fun and play a game of truth serum! E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork asks OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson, pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears, and plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon for their answers to medical questions — but only one is telling the truth. You decide whose answer is correct!


1. What medical device is shown in the photo to the right?

Dr. Lisa: This instrument is used in cervical operations. We use this to get inside the cervix.
Dr. Jim: This actually is used to remove mucus from a child's nose when they're congested.
Dr. Ordon: This is a cannula. It's a surgical instrument used to do liposuction. This is how I make my living.

Find out who is telling the truth

2. What is being shown in this animation?

Dr. Lisa: This is a common injury to the neck that happens after extreme motion, when the neck muscles and ligaments are moved out of their normal range of motion.
Dr. Jim: It's a slow motion animation of what happens during a hiccup.
Dr. Ordon: This is a normal bodily reflex when either you sneeze or you pass gas.

Find out who is telling the truth

3. What medical condition do the following symptoms describe?

• Excessive thirst and appetite
Increased urination
Fatigue
Unusual weight loss or gain
Blurred vision

Dr. Lisa: This is something I see a lot of in women; thyroid disease.
Dr. Jim: These are the symptoms of diabetes.
Dr. Ordon: This is lactic acidosis. It's what you get after you workout too hard.

Find out who is telling the truth



Jay's Anatomy
How much do you know about your insides? Do you know the answers to the questions below and where the body parts are located in The Doctors executive producer Jay McGraw's body?

1. Disease of which organ is the number one
cause of death in the United States?

Body Parts

Use these body parts to play Jay's Anatomy!

• Rib Cage
Appendix
Esophagus Pancreas 
Gallbladder Tonsils Kidney
Humerus Deltoid Bladder 
Femur Tibia Heart Vastus Lateralis
Biceps Muscle Larynx Liver Large Intestine
Tongue Rectus Abdominis Brain Uvula
• Lungs • Gastrocnemus
• Vertebrae


2. What muscle is covered in bumps and allows you to swallow and talk?

3. Curls are often performed to make this muscle stronger.

4. What is the largest bone in your body?

5. If you have a dull pain near the navel, loss of appetite, nausea or vomiting, which organ could be the cause of these symptoms?

Find out the answers!


Health on the Streets

The Doctors correspondent Andrew Kransy hits the streets of Los Angeles to ask people health questions. Test your med smarts!

1. What is the coccyx bone?


2. Where are pinworms often found?

3. Where are your kidneys located?

Find out the answers!


What Are You Eating?
Do you know how many calories are in your favorite foods? Place the following in order from the lowest to highest amount of calories:

Breakfast
• Multigrain bagel with reduced-fat strawberry cream cheese
40-ounce smoothie with ice, grape juice, papaya juice, strawberries, papaya, soy protein, sugar and honey
English muffin with ham, egg and cheese
1 cup of bran flake cereal with ½ cup of skim milk

Lunch
Half of a turkey sandwich with bread, red onions, field greens, cheddar cheese and chipotle mayonnaise and half of a Greek salad with feta cheese crumbles, Greek dressing, black pepper, kalamata olives, pepperoncini, romaine lettuce and tomatoes
Cobb salad with ranch dressing, chopped lettuce, bacon, avocado, grilled chicken, chopped egg, basil, gorgonzola cheese and beets
Half of a roast beef sandwich with bread, cheddar cheese, lettuce, red onions, tomatoes and horseradish cream sauce and a cup of black bean soup
Thai crunch salad with shredded Napa cabbage, chilled grilled chicken breast, julienne cucumbers, cilantro and three servings of Thai peanut dressing

Find out the answers!

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