Dr. Oz is looking for a trainer to join the show to help inspire millions of others at home to get fit and healthy!
Barbra Streisand and Dr. Oz talk about their email correspondence over the years. Plus, she shares why eating well during the week is how she stays healthy.
Dr. Oz and Barbra Streisand discuss the differences between a healthy heart and a damaged heart affected by heart disease.
Dr. Oz and Barbra Streisand discuss why women need to talk to their doctors to get their heart checked and understand the risks of heart disease.
Dr. Merz explains why you should get your blood cholesterol, blood sugar and blood pressure checked to evaluate your risk for heart disease.
Heart disease kills more women than all cancers combined. Find out your risk level and what you need to know about getting your heart checked.
Dr. Oz explains the three body clock types — early riser, balanced, and night owl — and why early risers should take short naps and drink white tea during in the afternoon to stay energized.
Keep your energy levels high all day by adding pectin, a dense fiber found in foods like bananas, berries and apples to your diet.
Dr. Oz shares why you should look at the ingredients on a package, not just terms like “all-natural” and “antibiotic-free” on the labels.