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It’s TMI Tuesday! The Doctors are joined by Ross Mathews, comedian, TV personality and author of Man Up!: Tales of My Delusional Self-Confidence, for a special show-and-tell edition.


The Urge to Go
Ross reveals that whenever he tells his mother exciting news over the phone, she has to hang up and call him back. The reason: “Insta-diarrhea!” The Docs explain what may cause the sudden urge to go.


Pitch Perfect?
At Canada’s University of Alberta, a drama professor has discovered a unique way of enhancing the quality and range of his vocal students’ voices … using a personal massager! Does it actually work?


Mad Manhood
As Don Draper on AMC’s Mad Men, Jon Hamm is one of TV’s most prominent male actors, but a series of revealing photographs has recently shifted that prominence to another area: his not-so-private parts! The Docs discuss whether it’s hazardous for a man to “go commando.” | Click here to see the uncensored photograph.

The Doctors Pictures of Health
Check out these hilarious mock movie trailers about embarrassing health conditions — rated T for too much information! Plus, get tips and treatments, in case these fake movies become a reality in your life.


The Period
Do men know when a woman is having her period — based on smell?


Scent of a Man
Can changes in the smell and consistency of a man’s semen signal a health problem?


Killer Breath
Dr. Miguel Stanley, DDS reveals surprising causes of bad breath. Learn the steps you can take to avoid falling victim to halitosis homicide.


Unhappy Feet
Podiatrist Dr. Ali Khosroabadi performs a groundbreaking bunion removal surgery with rapid recovery time and minimal scarring.
See how it works!


A Flakey Situation
Seborrheic dermatitis, also known as dandruff, can affect more areas than just your head! See what causes armpit dandruff, and learn how it is treated.


What Lies Underneath
The Docs discuss the causes of an itchy belly button and share tips to ditch the itch! Plus, learn the signs that your navel could be infected.

Tria® Skin Perfecting Blue Light System
Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Ava Shamban explains how blue light therapy can effectively fight acne blemishes and prevent future breakouts. The Tria® Skin Perfecting Blue Light is a FDA-cleared, handheld device for at-home use.

“It penetrates deep within the skin to gently eliminate breakout-causing bacteria at the source, without irritation, dryness or redness that can occur with other acne treatments,” Dr. Shamban explains. “Clinical studies have shown up to a 70 percent reduction of blemishes in as short a time as two weeks.”

• For more information on Tria® Beauty products, click here.

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