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Dr. Oz welcomes actor Rob Lowe to the show for the first time! Lowe opens up about becoming famous at an early age and the illness he had as a young child that caused hearing loss in his right ear.
Rob Lowe opens up about the decision he made when he was 26 years old that has made the most impact on his health and the key to his successful 25-year marriage.
Actor Rob Lowe reveals what he loves about being a dad to his two sons, his favorite family memory, and what he’s found most challenging in his journey as a father so far.
Rob Lowe talks about being the first male spokesperson for Lee National Denim Day’s breast cancer awareness fundraiser and his relationship with his mom, who passed away from breast cancer.
Rob Lowe explains why he partnered with Crest toothpaste on the #HealthierSmilesProject campaign and the link between children’s education and oral health.
Nearly 40 million Americans have irritable bowel syndrome. Gastroenterologist Dr. Robynne Chutkan joins Dr. Oz to present the IBS gut quiz – see if you could have this common condition.
Gastroenterologist Dr. Robynne Chutkan explains the difference between IBS-C and IBS-D, both forms of irritable bowel syndrome, and how to distinguish between anxiety and IBS symptoms.
Gastroenterologist Dr. Robynne Chutkan explains the difference between the two types of irritable bowel syndrome – IBS-C and IBS-D – and the trigger foods that cause uncomfortable symptoms.
Dr. Robynne Chutkan reveals the two foods you can eat to combat constipation or diarrhea, how to prepare steel-cut oats in a muffin tin, and how to make your own synbiotics at home.
Dr. Oz welcomes chef Ada Uduma, one of his former open-heart surgery patients. She demonstrates how to make one of her favorite dishes — heart-healthy shrimp scampi.
Oz investigates the final seven minutes before death.