If you’re tired of living with occasional constipation, bloat, and gas, this wellness plan will support your digestive health from top to bottom.
Scott Faber, vice president of Environmental Working Group, explains why you should be concerned about pesticide use on summer fruits and reveals the fruit tested that had the most pesticide residue.
Scott Faber, vice President of government affairs at EWG, highlights which summer fruits have the highest and least amounts of pesticide residue. Then, find out why he recommends washing pre-washed fruits and vegetables.
Frankie Flowers demonstrates how to wash berries to get rid of any mold or bacteria on them and culinary nutritionist Stefanie Sacks reveals whether or not fruit makes you fat.
Guest Adrienne helps Dr. Oz uncover two hidden reasons behind back pain. Find out how a urinary tract infection (UTI) or holding a grudge can affect your back.
Dr. Oz shows guest Adrienne how to measure her heel height and choose the best heels that won’t cause or exacerbate back or knee pain.
From cancer-causing foods to conspiracy theories, cancer researcher Dr. William Li busts the myths surrounding this complicated disease.
Cancer researcher Dr. William Li debunks two prevalent myths: that any lump in your body means you have cancer and that every cancer diagnosis is automatically a death sentence.
Entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk tackles audience questions and offers his advice on work-life balance, overcoming procrastination, and achieving success.
Fatty liver disease is a growing epidemic affecting one in three Americans. Find out if you have it and what to do about it.