Ross Matthews
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What is a wenus, Dr. Oz? -Robin Meade, host of Ask Oprah's All Stars

DR. OZ: You know, we do have two. I mean, Dr. Phil, right here for the first time on this stage, in fact the first time ever, we're gonna see who has a bigger wenus. Are you ready to do it?

[Points to side of elbow] It's right there. That's the wenus. It's the skin on the bottom of the elbow. It doesn't have very many sensory fibers.

Now, if you were to have two of them, it allows you to do all kinds of fun things, but because it has less sensory fibers, you don't hurt it all the time. If you think about it, this is a unique joint. It does all kinds of crazy motions. It's got to be able to act in a really hinge-y way. But if it were sensitive, you couldn't put your elbows down on things, you couldn't contemplate; you couldn't do all those fun things. So we can compare wenuses now. And plus it's a great Scrabble word.

Watch the video: Dr. Oz, Dr. Phil and the wenus comparison.

Next: Dr. Oz's All Star Action Plan for this week.

As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any program.

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