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Maria Shriver has been a crusader for Alzheimer’s disease research since her father, Sargent Shriver, died from this brain disease. She reveals his initial symptoms and her biggest regrets surrounding his disease.
Maria Shriver talks about her reaction to her father’s Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis. Then, she reveals the surprising research that shows women should be more aware of this long-term disease.
Dr. Oz explains how hormonal fluctuations, especially estrogen flux, may be one of the reasons why memory problems and even Alzheimer’s disease affect more women than men.
Dr. Richard Isaacson explains how patients and doctors can start the conversation about Alzheimer’s disease. Then, researcher Max Lugavere shares a new question from the Alzheimer’s detection test, or SAGE test, that you can try at-home.
Researcher Max Lugavere presents questions from the SAGE test that evaluate different skill sets and Dr. Richard Isaacson explains why they’re effective. Plus, Maria Shriver shares why this test can inspire people to care about Alzheimer’s disease.
Dr. Richard Isaacson, Max Lugavere, and Maria Shriver share their hopes for the prevention of Alzheimer’s disease from the clinical, nutritional, and activist perspective.
Chef Julia Collin Davison shows Dr. Oz how to peel eggs mess-free by steaming them instead of boiling them.
Chef Julia Collin Davison reveals how egg size can make a difference in a recipe and what size egg works best for most recipes. Then, she shows Dr. Oz how to make an easy muffin-tin frittata.
We have your Alzheimer’s wake-up call! Find out what you can do to prevent Alzheimer’s from the biggest experts and leaders on the forefront of Alzheimer’s research. Plus, Maria Shriver shares her advice on the disease.
We investigate store-bought guacamole: What's really in there? Some may not even have avocados! Our Food Truth Series breaks it...