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Dr. Oz introduces leading brain health experts who are answering your biggest Alzheimer’s questions. Scientist and researcher Dr. Marc Milstein kicks off the discussion and talks about the link between your gut and your brain.
Dr. Marc Milstein explains what you can do today to keep your gut healthy and potentially prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Then, Dr. Martha Clare Morris reveals the high-fiber and nutrient-rich foods that benefit the brain.
Viewer Rita wants to know if at-home saliva tests, marketed as a way to determine Alzheimer's risk, are accurate. Dr. Richard Isaacson breaks it down and Maria Shriver weighs in. Then, Dr. Heather Snyder reveals the at-home test worth taking.
Dr. Richard Isaacson explains when you should talk to your doctor about Alzheimer’s. Then, Maria Shriver discusses the mission behind the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement. Plus, "the urban monk" Pedram Shojai shares a stress-busting meditation exercise.
Actress and singer Olivia Newton-John reveals why she refused to undergo chemotherapy when she was diagnosed with cancer for a second time. Plus, she discusses how medicinal marijuana has helped her manage her pain.
Olivia Newton-John shares the story behind the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre in Australia, which offers art and music therapy programs. Plus, cancer survivor Caroline explains how art therapy has helped her.
Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi talks about the importance of feeling comfortable in your own skin and shares her two recommendations for dry and flaky skin. Then, take the quiz to find out which lotion is best for your skin type.
Dermatologist Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi reveals which Eucerin lotion is best for your dry skin type and guests Susan and Tonya share their before and after photos and experiences after trying out the lotions.
Watch as Dr. Oz gets his yearly flu shot at the hospital. Then, the Harlem Globetrotters join Dr. Oz on set to kick off the #TakeAShot campaign and Nurse Katie gives team member Chris "Handles" Franklin his flu shot.
It's time to get your annual flu shot! The Harlem Globetrotters and Dr. Oz show you why it's not so hard after all. Snap a photo of you getting your shot and spread the word on social media with #TakeAShot.
It’s the #1 Alzheimer’s question you want answered: Why do women seem to be more affected by Alzheimer’s than men? Experts answer your biggest questions about Alzheimer's. Plus, Olivia Newton-John opens up about her second battle with breast cancer.
A young mom’s baby is kidnapped right out of her womb and held for ransom.