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Are coaches pushing teenage cheerleaders too far? Dr. Oz and journalist Soledad O'Brien introduce the stories of young teenage girls who have sustained extreme injuries while cheerleading.
Ryleigh and her mother Kyle talk to Dr. Oz and Soledad O’Brien about their experience with an unqualified coach that had horrible consequences. Plus, Ryleigh has a message to student athletes that may find themselves in a similar situation.
Former cheerleader Laura Jackson recounts the cheerleading injury that changed her life and left her paralyzed and on a ventilator. She also discusses the need for there to be more mandatory regulations and restrictions when it comes to cheerleading.
President of the National Cheer Safety Foundation, Kimberly Archie, explains why the pressure to win everything causes what she calls child athlete abuse disorder – the mistreatment and harm of young athletes.
Soledad O’Brien shares what she found out about cheerleading coaches’ training requirements. Kimberly Archie explains why cheerleading doesn’t have strict standards and how the lack of regulations has resulted in an alarming number of injuries.
Dr. Oz uses anatomy images to illustrate why young girls can easily become injured if pushed too far in cheerleading practice. Then, former cheerleader Ryleigh explains the injuries she received from cheerleading.
America’s Test Kitchen hosts Julia Collin Davison and Bridget Lancaster teach Dr. Oz how to make a melt-in-your-mouth grilled cheese sandwich with two types of cheese.
Julia Collin Davison and Bridget Lancaster from America’s Test Kitchen show Dr. Oz the best way to make grilled cheese. Find out what household item to use as a DIY panini press and how to keep your sandwiches warm while waiting for others to cook.
Bridget Lancaster, co-host of America’s Test Kitchen, reveals how to store cheese correctly and the easiest way to grate cheese. Then, learn how to make a bright and vibrant broccoli cheese soup.
Bridget Lancaster demonstrates how to make delicious and creamy broccoli and cheese soup. Then, Julia Collin Davison shares a cheese hack to add additional flavor to your soup.
Journalist Soledad O'Brien dishes on the healthiest meal she ate recently, the mission behind her PowHERful Foundation, her go-to karaoke song, and more!
The high school cheerleading controversy ripped from the headlines: are coaches pushing our kids too far? Then, we’re going to the supermarket to find the healthiest, most affordable cheeses that you can feel good about eating.
Dr. Oz investigates treatment centers turning a blind eye to drug use to keep patients sick in an effort to make a profit.