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Dr. Oz speaks with right-to-die advocate Brittany Maynard's mother about her daughter's decision to end her life. Plus, he talks about the Death With Dignity Act.
Debbie Ziegler, mother of right-to-die advocate Brittany Maynard, talks to Dr. Oz about her daughter's last days.
Debbie Ziegler, right-to-die advocate Brittany Maynard's mother, shares what happened the day her daughter passed away.
Dr. David Grube, a national medical director of Compassion & Choices, talks to Dr. Oz about the criteria of aid in dying in Oregon and why he supports the Death with Dignity Act.
Dr. David Grube and Debbie Ziegler share why they think right-to-die advocate Brittany Maynard's story moved so many people.
Right-to-die advocate Brittany Maynard explains why she chose to end her life with medical assistance when faced with a terminal brain cancer diagnosis.
Dr. David Grube, a national medical director for Compassion and Choices, describes what patients should do and keep in mind when considering end-of-life aid in dying.
Maribel explains why the number she sees on the scale each morning impacts the way she goes through her day.
Dr. Oz shows Maribel how she can choose from several healthy weight-loss tips to make a plan that's based on achieving goals instead of reaching numbers.
Dr. Oz shares how using a tape measure to check if your waist circumference is less than half of your height can help you monitor your heat health.
Dr. Oz explains why setting a bedtime alarm for seven and a half hours before your wake-up time is beneficial to your heart health.
At 29 years old, Brittany Maynard became the public face of the controversial right-to-die movement. Diagnosed with a brain tumor, doctors offered her treatments that could prolong her life but not save it.