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. Joel Fuhrman joins Dr. Oz to explain why he believes quitting sugar and eating right is the most effective way to prevent a heart attack, stroke, or the onset of heart disease.
Think you need to sacrifice dessert when you quit sugar? Dr. Joel Furhman reveals six sweet foods that will satisfy your sweet tooth. Then, find out how to curb intense sugar cravings and why eating three fruits a day is beneficial.
Guest Darci meets Dr. Joel Fuhrman, who she credits for saving her life. She talks about the one simple change that helped her lose 90 pounds and overcome her medical problems.
Dr. Joel Fuhrman discusses the surprising dish that has the same effects as gastric bypass surgery. Plus, guest Darci reveals how she enjoys this dish on a typical day.
Dr. Delaney Ruston discusses the effects technology may have on young kids. Plus, watch clips from Screenagers, a new documentary by Dr. Ruston that features interviews with researchers, children, and their parents.
Leadership expert Simon Sinek talks about how social media and technology may be addictive to children. Then, Dr. Delaney Ruston and Dr. Oz share the video game and cell phone usage compromises they make with their children.
How sharp is your memory? Try this brain game from Jason Silva, the host of National Geographic’s Brain Games, and see how well you can remember each direction. Then, find out what scientists think about brain fitness.
The Rosh and Tobias families join Dr. Oz and Jason Silva, host of Brain Games, to play the false memory recall and the one word memory pit brain games. Follow along and see how well you do!
Have a minute? Test your brain with this fun word game. See if you can answer all three questions correctly before time runs out and then challenge your family and friends to play!
Can a simple kiss put you at risk for cancer? Find out how to protect yourself and why an infection from 20 years ago could come...