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Mehmet Oz's Q&A Backfires When Snarky Twitter Users Poke Fun at Doc

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By    |   Thursday, 13 Nov 2014 03:33 PM

Dr. Mehmet Oz is probably wishing he hadn’t opened up his Twitter account for a Q&A session this week after snarky social media lit into him with numerous comments about the "pseudoscience" he's accused of practicing.

Oz already endured a firing squad recently during a congressional hearing when he was questioned about weight-loss products and supplements that he discusses on his show, "Dr. Oz," E! Online said.

Still, he probably wasn't prepared for the overabundance of what E! Online called "snark" that came out on Twitter.

Oz told the Internet on Tuesday to use #OzsInbox to ask questions that he would answer on DoctorOz.com. Here is a sampling of the responses:









Although Oz has held Q&As on his Twitter feed before, E! said he’s never received quite as many "snarky" responses. And they’re continuing to roll in:





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