Dr. Oz is looking for a trainer to join the show to help inspire millions of others at home to get fit and healthy!
Rachael Ray opens up about a family health emergency that prompted her to call Dr. Oz in the middle of the night. Plus, Dr. Oz explains the difference between a healthy brain and a brain after a stroke.
Dr. Oz explains the symptoms that may indicate a stroke or a transient ischemic attack (TIA). Find out how to use the F.A.S.T. method to recognize when an attack is occurring.
Rachael Ray reveals which foods she stocks up on. Then, Dr. Oz teaches her a surprising way to get more vitamin D from mushrooms.
Rachael Ray shares her top fall produce picks, including her favorite kind of pumpkin and a gluten-free squash. Plus, see what she adds in her family’s ribollita soup.
About 48 million Americans have abused prescription drugs at least once in their lifetimes. Dr. Oz and Vice’s Krishna Andavolu explore the rise of “reefer rehab” that uses marijuana to fight opioid addiction.
Dr. Oz and Krishna Andavolu, the host of Weediquette, discuss the use of marijuana as a treatment for opioid addiction. Watch a clip from the show and follow one man during his time at an unlicensed “reefer rehab” camp.
Krishna Andavolu describes how the opioid crisis has disproportionately impacted middle-class and working-class Americans and in a clip from Weediquette, how the situation has worsened in the state of Maine.
Krishna Andavolu explains why people pursue nontraditional solutions for opioid addiction recovery. Plus, Dr. Oz shares his final thoughts on addiction treatment options.
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