The Doctors search for the smelliest flatulence in America. Meet the top contenders! Put a stop to offensive breath for good, get tips to fight frizz and watch a live hair transplant.
Your Smelliest and Hairiest Problems Solved
Gastroenterologist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez explains that we pass gas 14 times a day on average and says, "flatulence is a good thing. Let the fart be your friend."
Tressie, George and Mandy take the stage without brushing their teeth, and demonstrate how their own home remedies work on their strong, overnight breath.
Many people are blessed with curly hair, but sometimes it can be hard to manage. Hairstylist and co-author of Curly Girl: The Handbook, Lorraine Massey demonstrates solutions for fighting frizz on three curly-haired volunteers.
Studies have shown that removing a child's tonsils may promote weight gain.
Gastroenterologist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez explains why we pass more gas as we age.
Audience member Marceia takes a whiff of each person's breath before and after using their respective home remedies. See whose remedy worked and whose failed.
Sarah says that her dog Chewy has very offensive breath. Veterinarian Dr. Karen Halligan says that a furry friend's breath shouldn't smell stinky, and explains how important it is to take care of your dog's oral hygiene.
The Doctors search for the smelliest flatulence in America
The Doctors searches for the smelliest flatulence in the country.