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Jody takes a prescription medicine to alleviate her frequent migraines, but it is ineffective at reducing the accompanying nausea she experiences when her migraines strike. Physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist Dr. Ian Smith shows Jody how the new Doctor on Demand app can help solve her problem — without the hassle of scheduling a doctor's appointment. With the touch of a button, Jody receives a live video chat consultation with emergency medicine specialist Dr. Tony Yuan, who prescribes a fast and effective medication to help treat her nausea. Doctor on Demand is owned by The Doctors’ Executive Producer Jay McGraw.