Love your body's largest organ with these skin strategies.
Educator Science Bob talks about how much bacteria he found on each tested surface for the five-second rule experiment – carpet, tile, and cement.
Dr. Oz and 7-year-old Sophie get to the bottom of the five-second rule and if the type of food, wet or dry, matters.
Core expert and lifestyle correspondent Tia Brown stops by NSF International to find out whether it’s safe or not to eat food that's been on the floor. Plus, Dr. Oz reveals the results for food that sits on the ground for different lengths of time.
Dr. Oz gets easy tricks from his #NurseNation on ways to stop crying when cutting onions, tricks to swallowing large pills, and more.
Nurse Glenn and a friend show Dr. Oz how to cure the hiccups by plugging your nose and ears and drinking a glass of water.
Dr. Oz polls his audience on how long they hold on to their makeup and finds some surprising results.
Dr. Oz sits down with supermodel Christie Brinkley to talk about her shortcuts to looking great and feeling good at any age. Plus, she dishes on her relationship status with rocker John Mellencamp.
Supermodel Christie Brinkley shares her Botox experience with Dr. Oz and shares her shortcuts to slow down aging without plastic surgery.
We answer the age-old question: Is it safe to eat food that fell on the floor? The surprising results of our test. Plus, supermodel Christie Brinkley just turned 61! Her secrets and shortcuts to looking great at any age.
Zero calorie foods--can you really eat as much as you want guilt-free? Do they really help you lose weight? We break it all down.