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790,000 people will suffer a heart attack this year but you don’t have to be one of them. Consumer Reports deputy editor Lisa Gill joins Dr. Oz to reveal life-saving new research. Plus, Dr. Oz explains why heart attacks can be deadlier in women.
When it comes to your heart health, Consumer Reports deputy editor Lisa Gill reveals why talking to your doctor can prevent overtreatment and unnecessary procedures.
Consumer Reports deputy editor Lisa Gill presents the new findings concerning statins and blood pressure medication. Plus, Dr. Oz introduces the Ornish program that proves that lifestyle changes can reverse severe heart disease.
Radio host Charlamagne talks about his policy of brutal honesty and why he doesn’t encourage everyone to follow their dreams.
Radio host Charlamagne talks about giving up on his dream and reveals why he considers himself a model citizen. Plus, he shares an important lesson he learned from his father.
Radio host Charlamagne reveals his unusual success tips, including the 3 P’s: passion, poison, and procrastination.
Radio host Charlamagne explains the meaning behind the quote “put the weed in the bag” and reveals why he encourages others to “own their truth” and be proud of who they are.
Husband and wife Marion and Sandy open up about the affair that has rocked their marriage. Plus, motivational speaker DeVon Franklin reveals how common cheating is.
Preacher and motivational speaker DeVon Franklin discusses the reasons behind cheating and why he believes couples can rebuild a happy relationship despite infidelity.
Motivational speaker and preacher DeVon Franklin reveals the three steps to rebuilding a marriage and relationship after an affair.
Radio personality and TV presenter Charlamagne shares the Caribbean island he loves to visit, what he listens to on repeat, his top book recommendations, and more!
This year, 1 in 7 people will die from a heart attack. Find out what you can start doing today to potentially extend the life of your heart. From medications and lifestyle changes to the tests and surgeries that you should or should not be getting.
Oprah Winfrey reveals the new film project she stars in and why it’s an important piece of American medical history.