Dr. Oz is looking for a trainer to join the show to help inspire millions of others at home to get fit and healthy!
Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at 20 years old, actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler opens up about why she didn’t want to talk about her condition for 15 years.
For years Jamie-Lynn Sigler tried to hide her MS from coworkers, fans, and the public, but it took becoming a new mom for her to realize that her condition didn’t have to limit her.
Dr. Oz shows Jamie-Lynn Sigler how multiple sclerosis affects the body’s nerves. Then, Sigler opens up about the treatments that have and haven’t worked for her condition so far.
More than 80 percent of people who lose weight gain it back within two years. Find out how to lose the weight once and for all from Rachel, who lost over 120 pounds and maintained her weight loss for over 10 years.
Meet Carmyn, who grew up overweight but took control of her health as an adult and lost half her body weight. Find out how she stays motivated and what she eats in a typical day, ice cream sandwich included!
Daphne joins Dr. Oz to share her half-calorie dessert. Plus, find out how she takes on life with two kids under 2 years old, what she thinks about the controversy behind one of her recent Instagram posts, and more!
Love apple pie as much as Daphne does? Then you’ll love her healthy makeover – the apple crisp a la mode – that has just 286 calories and only 10 grams of fat.
TV legend Susan Lucci opens up about a serious family health issue she’s been dealing with privately for years.