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 investigative reporter Elisabeth Leamy introduce the health concerns behind fast-food packaging and scientist Laurel Schaider discusses the results of a study on chemically-coated food containers and wrappers.
Dr. Leonardo Trasande and food researcher Dr. Nicole Avena explain how chemicals in fast food packaging can affect the body. Then, investigative reporter Elisabeth Leamy reveals which packaging had the highest amounts of fluorine.
A recent study tested the chemicals found in fast food wrappers from 27 chain restaurants. Investigative reporter Elisabeth Leamy reveals the worst offenders and food researcher Dr. Nicole Avena explains how long these chemicals can stay in the body.
Lynn Dyer, the president of the Foodservice Packaging Institute, discusses what the industry is doing to ensure the safety of food packaging.
Dr. Oz shares three ways you can reduce your exposure to chemicals, like PFOAs and PFOSs, in fast food packaging.
Journalist Deborah Norville discusses the allegations against actor Bill Cosby, who is accused of sexually assaulting at least 60 women over several decades.
Dr. Oz explains how Quaaludes cause respiratory failure and slow down the brain. Then, guest Victoria Valentino, describes how she first met Bill Cosby, who gave her Quaaludes.
Guest Victoria Valentino describes how actor Bill Cosby assaulted her after giving her Quaaludes. Then, guest Carla Ferrigno describes the first time she met Cosby.
Guest Carla Ferrigno recounts an evening with Bill Cosby that turned wrong in 1967. She reveals who she first told about the incident and why she didn’t speak about it until 2005.
Could dangerous chemicals be leaching into your fast food? Then, nearly 60 women have come forward claiming Bill Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted them. Today, we speak exclusively with two women who reveal how they became his victims.
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