Take charge of your blood sugar with healthy tips and expert nutritional advice.
Caroline Smith DeWaal, director of food safety at the Center for Science in the Public Interest, talks with Dr. Oz about food fraud and the different ways companies trick consumers.
Dr. Oz and Dr. Warner discuss how farmed shrimp have a fake pink coloring and may contain high doses of antibiotics and chemical coatings.
Dr. Oz explains that the yogurt you buy should contain milk and live cultures as the main ingredients.
Dr. Oz explains that memory loss, abdominal pain and developmental problems in children are some of the symptoms of exposure to lead in spices.
Paralympic medalist Amy Purdy shares how changing her perspective helped her stay motivated after meningococcal meningitis caused her to lose both of her legs.
Amy Purdy discusses the challenges of participating in Dancing with the Stars. Plus, watch her teach Dr. Oz a few moves.
Amy Purdy explains how she channels her nerves into positive energy. Plus, find out why she believes her spirit animal is a lion!
Dr. Oz explains what a healthy knee should look like and compares it to an osteoarthritic knee.
Dr. Oz explains that you can reverse inflammation by avoiding sugary foods and adding tofu, chia seeds, salmon and walnuts to your diet.
Strengthen your knees with this gentle joint exercise.