It’s not too late to erase the errors of your youth! Dr. Oz reveals all the tools you need to turn back the clock and undo the damage of your bad habits.
Guest Angela opens up about the difficult symptoms surrounding her pregnancy and describes how she felt when she thought she was dying.
Guest Angela describes what she sensed during her near-death experience. Then, Dr. Oz explains what happens in the brain when it stops getting enough oxygen and Dr. Jessica Zitter discusses what she has seen as people pass away.
Guest Angela shares details from her near-death experience. Then, palliative care specialist Dr. Jessica Zitter discusses her concerns regarding the over-medicalization of death.
Palliative care specialist Dr. Jessica Zitter discusses why using a feeding tube on a dying individual can be more harmful than beneficial. Plus, Dr. Oz, Dr. Zitter, and guest Angela share their tips to fear death less.
Investigative reporter Chris Hansen weighs in on the case behind the popular series, Making a Murderer. Then, Hansen and Dr. Oz examine the key evidence in the case.
Investigative reporter Chris Hansen and Dr. Oz discuss several pieces of evidence that were not included in the series, Making a Murderer.
Prosecutor Ken Kratz, who helped convict Steven Avery, shares his views about the series, Making a Murderer. Plus, hear the voicemail message from Teresa Halbach that was included in the show.
Prosecutor Ken Kratz and co-lead investigator Tom Fassbender, who both worked on the case against Steven Avery, discuss the evidence that was edited out from Making a Murderer. Plus, Kratz responds to critics and the scandal behind his resignation.
Prosecutor Ken Kratz reveals why Steven Avery wrote to him from prison and investigator Tom Fassbender shares why he declined to participate in a second season of Making a Murderer. Plus, Dr. Oz shares his final thoughts about documentaries.
We’re tackling the biggest health questions, starting with the biggest debate in health: breakfast, should you eat it?