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Go-to tester Rhenotha asks New Yorkers what they see in two inkblot images. What do you think they are? Then, life coach Tia Brown explains how accurate these types of personality tests are and how they can benefit your health.
Dr. Oz and his guests reveal what they see in the second inkblot image. From blossoming flowers to a dragonfly, life coach Tia Brown explains the meaning behind each interpretation.
Dr. Oz presents 12 cartoons that illustrate how you may perceive yourself within your own family. Where do you see yourself? Find out which cartoons Dr. Oz’s four children chose and the meaning behind their selections.
Life coach Tia Brown reveals how the way you write emails can reflect your personality type. See if you can relate to guest Ari and her whimsical email style.
Are you carefree and whimsical, meticulous and to the point, or high energy? Dr. Oz and life coach Tia Brown describe what these three email styles may signify about your personality.
Ear, nose, and throat specialist Dr. Jonathan Aviv reveals the two types of acid reflux: the traditional type that causes heartburn and a second type called throat burn reflux that has a variety of hidden symptoms.
Dr. Jonathan Aviv explains how acid reflux has affected Rhenotha's uvula. Then, Dr. Oz and Dr. Aviv reveal which foods to avoid and when to eat to eliminate acid reflux entirely.
Dr. Oz explains what happens to your skin when you sweat. Then, dermatologist Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi discusses what you can do to rehydrate your skin and lock in moisture.
Dermatologist Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi and Dr. Oz demonstrate how moisturizing with Eucerin Advanced Repair lotion can rehydrate and protect your skin. Plus, guest Shanique shares her before and after photos after testing out the lotion.
Guests Shanique and Rebecca open up about their experiences trying the Eucerin Advanced Repair lotion.
Dermatologist Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi shows Dr. Oz how to make a budget-friendly body scrub with an exfoliant, lotion, and essential oil.
Dermatologist Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi explains why you should moisturize after a sweat session and how to get the most out of your moisturizer post-workout.
What can a paper clip or your email say about your personality? See the scarily accurate quizzes backed by psychology that will reveal new things you didn’t know about yourself, your friends, your family, and your health.
Can you change your body, your energy, and your complexion in just 21 days? We conducted an experiment to find out.