Dr. Oz is looking for a trainer to join the show to help inspire millions of others at home to get fit and healthy!
For years, online marketers have been using fake celebrity ads to trick consumers into buying fraudulent products and supplements. Now, the FTC is stepping in. Plus, Dr. Oz teams up with Christie Brinkley to fight back.
Supermodel Christie Brinkley explains how her name and image are being used to sell fake skin care products and deceive consumers online. Then, see how a fake skin cream stacks up against Brinkley’s real skin cream.
Dr. Oz breaks down the network behind fake digital advertisements that exploit celebrities and target consumers. Plus, he explains how fake ads lead to fake news and how we can stop these deceitful marketing practices.
“Inside Edition” anchor Deborah Norville reveals what goes on inside warehouses that fulfill fraudulent product orders for online marketers. Plus, Dr. Oz and Christie Brinkley weigh in.
“Inside Edition” anchor Deborah Norville explains what you can do as a consumer if you fall victim to a fake celebrity advertisement online.
Web investigator Christine Durst and private investigator Ken Childs track down the doctor using Christie Brinkley and Dr. Oz’s names and photos to market scam skin care products.
Christie Brinkley shares her message for Dr. Hannah Vu, the doctor behind the company using her name and photo to sell fraudulent skin care products online.
In 2005, Tara Grinstead disappeared in a small town in Georgia. Over ten years later, the Up and Vanished podcast revisited her cold case. Forensic investigator Dr. Maurice Godwin explains what happened and Nancy Grace weighs in.
Up and Vanished podcast host Payne Lindsey, Crime Online founder Nancy Grace, and forensic investigator Dr. Maurice Godwin discuss the murder mystery of Tara Grinstead and share what they believe may have happened to her.
Model Christie Brinkley reveals her biggest pet peeve, the one drink she starts every morning with, and more!
Web investigator Christine Durst explains what you should look for to avoid purchasing fraudulent products that aren’t endorsed by celebrities and getting scammed on the internet.
Could your exhaustion be something more? The four questions everyone needs to ask themselves.