Dr. Oz is looking for a trainer to join the show to help inspire millions of others at home to get fit and healthy!
Dr. Sanjay Gupta returns to reveal the truth behind popular health myths. Find out whether it’s fact or fiction that we only use 10 percent of our brains.
Is it true people are more left- or right-brained? Are potatoes fattening? Dr. Sanjay Gupta breaks down these two common myths and reveals how he likes his potatoes cooked.
Dr. Oz and Dr. Sanjay Gupta explain how the body reacts when you get “butterflies in your stomach.” Then, find out why the gut can be considered a “second brain” and the link between stomach and brain issues.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta introduces NASA’s twins study and talks directly with astronaut Scott Kelly, who is a twin, about his experience living in the International Space Station.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta describes how allergies and the common cold affect your nose differently. Then, learn how an astronaut goes to the bathroom in space and the three foods you can eat to promote healthy gut bacteria.
Is ear stapling a safe and effective weight-loss solution? Core expert Tia Brown goes undercover to find out the truth and guest Natasha shares her personal experience trying this weight-loss trend.
Acupuncturist Dr. Dan Hsu explains why ear stapling is not a legitimate form of acupuncture. Then, core expert Tia Brown explains shares her experience trying a form of acupressure that involves ear seeds.
TV star Kristin Cavallari reveals how her relationship with food has changed since her high school days. Plus, she talks about her husband Jay Cutler’s type 1 diabetes and how his condition has affected their family.
TV star Kristin Cavallari shares the alternative flours she uses at home in place of refined white flour and three recipes that pair well with each flour.
Dr. Oz explains why the mosquito-born Zika virus has been making headlines lately as it spreads through South America and other parts of the world. Plus, he shares what you can do to protect yourself from this deadly virus.
Holly Robinson Peete and her husband Rodney open up about the autism diagnosis of their son and the struggles to care for him.