The answer to that burning sensation at the end of the urethra (as long as it's not an STD of course) and a song dedicated to those who suffer from it.
A brief discussion regarding a weird genetic anomaly that predicts cardiac risk just by looking at someone's dumb earlobes.
This episode was a train wreck from the first minute, including two, count-em, two Jim Norton character impersonators and more technical difficulties than you can shake a beeper at. Then Dr Steve got paged and decided to trash the whole thing and start over. Maybe you'll find some enjoyment in his discomfort.
A fine young gentleman calls in to discuss how to prevent heart attack and stroke when one is at high risk of same. (Hint: QUIT SMOKING).
ETNCOMEDY.COM presents the Funniest Person contest, featuring guest judge Shuli Egar from the Howard Stern Show. Contestants include: Bryan Morton, James Byrd, Jenny McKinney, Cliff Andrews, Kris Bell, Courtland Welch, Jantry Shupe, Shannon Wallen, and Ron Lee.
This was made by @calvinhahcomedy on twitter! Twist ending worthy of M. Night Shyamalan (take that however you like). :-)
Lowering the price of branded drugs and other topics on this premium episode!
Dr Steve and crew try to make a difficult diagnosis. Also, why are people putting bars of soap in their beds?
Just a quickie for the premium listeners. Remember, with premium you get all the archives, PLUS access to extra content and all ETNCOMEDY.COM recorded events. Enjoy!
Checking your stupid nuts for lumps is on the menu today, also a discussion of an unusual cancer that affects 250 kids in the US a year.
Dr Steve and crew discuss borborygmi (bowel gas sounds), axillary hyperhidrosis (excessive armpit sweat) and skin tag removal.
Our first Premium episode deals with the most common reversible cause of impotence: tobacco abuse. Also, is multiple orgasm weird?
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