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The price of life-saving epinephrine injectors has been increasing in the last eight years and recently reached a peak of over $600. Dr. Oz investigates what we can do in response to this rising cost.
Guests Jill and Carolyn, both mothers to young children with severe allergies, reveal the difficult decisions they have had to make and how the extreme price hike of EpiPens has impacted their families.
Dr. Jennifer Ashton reveals how she is personally affected by the EpiPen price increase and discusses why there is a huge difference between the production and list prices of the epinephrine auto-injector.
Lisa Gill, the deputy editor of Consumer Reports reveals the alternative to the EpiPen and how to obtain the generic medicine without the high price tag.
Lisa Gill, deputy editor of Consumer Reports, demonstrates how to find and purchase legitimate generic epinephrine medications at the lowest cost online. Plus, Dr. Oz emphasizes why it’s important to replace expired epinephrine auto-injectors.
Hip hop radio personality Charlamagne opens up about being brutally honest and the changes he made to tackle his biggest health issue.
Radio star Charlamagne and his dermatologist, Dr. Natasha Sandy, put the rumors alleging that he bleached his skin to rest. Then, Dr. Oz explains how hyperpigmentation of the skin can occur.
Dermatologist Dr. Natasha Sandy explains how she treated Charlamagne’s hyperpigmentation. Plus, Charlamagne reveals the most important thing in his life regimen that keeps him sharp every day.
Watch the motivational and touching karate video that had everyone buzzing.
Jason Wilson, the martial arts teacher whose class video went viral, joins Dr. Oz to share his personal experience growing up and the mission of his training academy, The Cave of Adullam.
Dr. Oz explains how to save on the cost of generic epinephrine injectors or generic Adrenaclick, a cheaper replacement for EpiPen, the emergency medication used to treat severe allergic reactions.
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!
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