The Doctors March 19: Testicular Cancer & Embarrassing Health Problems

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The Doctors March 19 2013 Recap

The Doctors March 19 was an encore episode featuring embarrassing health questions. This “TMI Tuesday” show covered topics as diverse as blackheads, incontinence and armpit hair. Plus, comedian and actor Tom Green discussed his diagnosis with testicular cancer. Here’s more on this episode of The Doctors March 19.

The Doctors: Coffee, Milk in an IV Bag & Face Slapping to Look Younger

The Doctors March 19: Testicular Cancer & Embarrassing Health Problems

Learn information on testicular cancer from comedian Tom Green on The Doctors March 19. (s_bukley / Shutterstock.com)

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What if slapping your face could make you appear younger? The Doctors tackled this bizarre question, and more, on March 19. Also learn more about a tragic story from Brazil. A nursing student was charged with involuntary manslaughter after adding coffee and milk into a patient’s IV bag.

The Doctors Coffee, Milk in an IV Bag & Face Slapping to Look Younger 

The Doctors: Tom Green Testicular Cancer Symptoms & Treatment

Actor and comedian Tom Green is well known for his bizarre antics, but he discussed a very serious medical issue on The Doctors. Tom, who was diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2000, has been cancer-free for 12 years. Learn how Tom beat testicular cancer and why an early diagnosis is so important.

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The Drs: Tom Green Talks About Testicular Cancer Symptoms & Treatment

The Doctors: Post Urination Dribble, Getting Rid of Blackheads & Hyperhidrosis

Discover the answers to embarrassing health questions on topics such as post urination dribble, black heads in the ears and excessive sweating known as hyperhidrosis. The Doctors offered solutions to all of these embarrassing problems.

Drs: Post Urination Dribble, Getting Rid of Blackheads & Hyperhidrosis

The Doctors: Dark Armpit Hair on 9-Year-Old & Handerpants for Sweaty Palms

Is it normal for a nine-year-old to have dark armpit hair?  The Doctors answered this question for a concerned mother. Also, find out information on a product known as handerpants, which are underpants for your hands.

The Drs: Dark Armpit Hair on 9-Year-Old & Handerpants for Sweaty Palms

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