Whether you suffer from digestion problems, bloating or other sour notes, Dr. Oz has the plan to get your gut health under control for good.
Dr. Oz tells the story of Hannah Overton, the mother of five who was convicted of murdering her son by salt poisoning and recently had the charges against her dropped.
Hannah Overton tells Dr. Oz why she decided to put Cajun seasoning in her son's drink on the day that he died.
Hannah Overton explains why the sodium levels in her son's body were so high on the day that she was accused of poisoning him with salt and how finding and testing his vomit helped them reach that conclusion.
Hannah Overton's lawyer, Cynthia Orr, and her husband, Larry, explain why they believed she was not guilty of poisoning her son with salt.
Hannah Overton shares her memories of Andrew Burd, the 4-year-old foster child who died of salt poisoning while under her care.
Dr. Oz gives his daughter a behind the scenes look as he performs surgery on a patient who has holes in her heart that could potentially lead to a stroke.
Dr. Oz reveals the three quesetions that will determine if your body is sending you warning signs you shouldn't ignore. Learn more about what the timeliness and length of the palpitations means for you.
Dr. Oz explains why he wants you to start your day with ginger and how to make it in morning tea.
Viewers share their favorite raw garlic recipes to see if they pass Dr. Oz's taste test. Plus, find out why garlic is the most imporant detox food.
Medicine hunter Chris Kilham and Dr. Oz discuss the anti-inflammatory and anti-aging healing properties of cranberries.
Chris Kilham explains how he blends orange juice, cranberries and ginger to get a nutritious and anti-oxidant rich morning meal.
Dr. Oz explores the latest health crazes all your friends are doing from the latest edition of The Good Life Magazine.