From boosting your brainpower to strengthening joints and more, Dr. Oz has your total body checklist to live a longer, healthier and happier life!
Dr. Oz and DEA special agent Gary Tuggle take you to “the tracks,” a half-mile stretch of train tracks in Philadelphia, that has become one of the largest open-air drug markets in the eastern United States.
DEA special agent Gary Tuggle discusses the current state of the national heroin epidemic. Then, Tuggle and Dr. Oz compare prescription opioids to heroin, revealing why the demand for heroin has risen.
Dr. Oz presents the data from CDC reports that illustrate the increase in overdose deaths from prescription opioid, heroin, and fentanyl use. Plus, DEA special agent Gary Tuggle explains the connection between heroin and fentanyl.
DEA special agent Gary Tuggle and Dr. Oz explain how the heroin epidemic can mean big business. Then, Tuggle discusses how the DEA is responding to the crisis and why raising awareness about the issue is so important.
Steve, a former business executive who became a heroin addict, reveals what life is like under “the tracks.” Then, Emory Salley, the senior clinical director of Integrity House, discusses the type of treatment available for heroin users.
Emory Salley, the senior clinical director of Integrity House, talks about the reality of recovering from heroin addiction and Dr. Oz shares his final thoughts about the heroin crisis.
Crime reporter Nancy Grace shares her perspective on the Casey Anthony case and reveals why she suspects Casey Anthony murdered her daughter Caylee.
Crime reporter Nancy Grace reveals why she doesn’t believe Casey Anthony’s defense argument. Then, Dr. Oz explains what chloroform is and how it can be lethal, a substance presented in the prosecution’s argument.
Sergeant Derrick Levasseur discusses the evidence presented in the Casey Anthony trial, including the scene where Caylee Anthony’s body was found. Plus, crime reporter Nancy Grace reveals what Casey Anthony was eventually convicted of.
A reporter for The Associated Press talked to Casey Anthony nearly six years after she was acquitted of murdering her daughter. Crime reporter Nancy Grace weighs in on what Anthony said in the series of interviews.
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