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Model Katie May passed away after suffering two strokes after chiropractic neck manipulation. For the first time, Katie May’s siblings join Dr. Oz to speak out about what happened to their sister.
Guests Jenny, Megan, and Stephen May open up about their sister, Katie May’s condition before she suffered a fatal stroke. Then, Dr. Oz explains how a stroke like Katie May’s can happen.
Katie May’s siblings, Jenny, Megan, and Stephen May explain why they wanted to share her story about how a neck manipulation by a chiropractor triggered her passing.
Chiropractor Dr. Steven Shoshany explains what a Bowhunter’s stroke is, the type of stroke that may have affected model Katie May. Then, vascular neurologist Dr. Carolyn Brockington discusses how artery dissections are increasingly common.
Vascular neurologist Dr. Carolyn Brockington discusses the different options to treat a dissection. Then, Dr. Oz shares the warning signs of a dissection and chiropractor Dr. Steven Shoshany explains the safety of chiropractic treatment.
Dr. Oz presents an in-depth look at America’s heroin epidemic and introduces Ann Ayers, who opens up about her son’s addiction and eventual drug overdose.
Jonathan Ayers battled addiction and eventually died of a drug overdose. His mother, Ann Ayers, and his brother, Christopher Ayers, share what happened the day he overdosed and what he wrote in his journal about addiction.
Follow along with police officer Louise Sanfilippo from the 122nd Precinct in Staten Island, NY and see what officers like her are now doing in response to the heroin epidemic in their communities.
District attorney Michael McMahon of Staten Island and deputy inspector Dominick D’Orazio of the New York Police Department discuss what authorities are doing to combat the heroin epidemic.
Psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow reveals the characteristics that can predict The likelihood of a child developing a mental illness such as addiction.
From anxiety sensitivity to hopelessness, psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow discusses the different types of traits that can influence a child to use and abuse drugs.
The heroin epidemic has devastated communities around the country. Deputy Inspector Ebony Washington and police officer Louise Sanfilippo offer an inside look at what one community in Staten Island, NY is doing to fight back.
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