Whether you suffer from digestion problems, bloating or other sour notes, Dr. Oz has the plan to get your gut health under control for good.
Consumer correspondent Elisabeth Leamy investigates whether children’s pajamas contain tris, a carcinogen and flame retardant used in the 1970s. Find out the test results from two separate laboratories.
Core expert Elisabeth Leamy visits the Good Housekeeping Institute textile lab to find out what makes children’s pajamas flame resistant. Plus, Leamy shares the number one thing parents can do to keep kids safe.
Brain researcher Max Lugavere visits psychiatrist and brain-imaging expert Dr. Daniel Amen, who monitors Lugavere's brain waves and tests how technology usage affects his brain.
Dr. Oz explains the results of Max Lugavere’s brain scans. Then, neuropsychologist Dr. Sanam Hafeez discusses the effects of technology on the brain and reveals her prescription for Lugavere.
Film producer Spike Lee discusses the stigma of mental health and the surprising way he found out he has dyslexia. Then, director Paul Dalio opens up about the traumatic episode that led him to realize he has bipolar disorder.
Executive producer Spike Lee discusses working with director Paul Dalio, who has bipolar disorder, on their new film, “Touched With Fire.” Then, Dalio opens up about his depression and suicidal thoughts.
Kay Jamison, author of “Touched With Fire,” discusses her book that inspired the film. Plus, Dalio discusses actress Katie Holmes’ portrayal in the film and opens up about why he feels he’s now a stronger person despite his bipolar disorder.
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