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September 1, 2015 12:00 AM

Drs. Oz and Roizen: Coping with traveler’s diarrhea

In 1984, Parker Bros. launched an Atari game that offered a new set of thrills: It was a treasure-hunting, puzzle-solving adventure called “Montezuma’s Revenge.” In it, Panama Joe (looking a bit like a pixelated Indiana Jones) took you through twists and turns on your way to a pot of gold or other treasures.

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