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Comedian Jim Gaffigan and his wife Jeannie join Dr. Oz to discuss Jeannie’s brain tumor battle. Jim gets real about the difficulty of being a caregiver, and Jeannie shares how humor helped her deal with fear and anxiety.
Comedian Jim Gaffigan shares the harrowing, yet gratifying experience of being his wife Jeannie’s caregiver, and Jeannie tells us what symptoms she ignored. Plus, see the real images of Jeannie’s brain tumor.
Dr. Oz shows Jim and Jeannie Gaffigan a real brain, and points out why the positioning of Jeannie’s brain tumor was causing certain symptoms. Find out why it’s a miracle that Jeannie is able to walk and be here today.
The plaintiff wants to prove to her best friend that her excessive use of earbuds is destroying her hearing, and the defendant thinks her earbud use is totally fine. Dr. Oz brings in radio host Carolina Bermudez to serve as the expert witness.
Carolina Bermudez reveals how much radiation a cell phone and set of earbuds emits, and Dr. Oz stresses the potential risk of hearing loss from earbuds. Then, learn what happens when the sound from earbuds enters the ear.
Carolina Bermudez shares her concern about earbuds, and Dr. Oz points out the max amount of decibels that earbuds are able to give off. Then, Dr. Oz reveals the results of the defendant’s hearing test, and states his verdict on the case.
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