The “Hole” Truth About Your Body

The body's largest orifice serves many purposes; it allows us to speak, breathe and kiss, but its most important function is as a portal for the first phase of digestion and the beginning of our gastrointestinal tract.

Find out why men have nipples and how to properly take care of these important orifices.

Routine ear, nose and throat (ENT) evaluations are essential and Dr. Ordon examines an audience member's nose, sinuses and vocal chords.

The Doctors explain how to care for one of the most important orifices of the body.

Our belly buttons originate as the base of the umbilical cord, which has a vein and two arteries to nourish a fetus in the womb. Once a baby is born, the umbilical cord falls off, leaving scar tissue behind to create the navel.