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From the symptoms to the risk factors, Dr. Oz breaks down Wuhan Coronavirus and shares the latest updates. How did the first person in the U.S. to be diagnosed with the virus contract it?
Dr. Ian Lipkin, director of the Center for Infection and Immunity at Columbia University, points out the varying symptoms of Wuhan Coronavirus. Then, infectious disease specialist Dr. Celine Gounder explains how the deadly Coronavirus is transmitted.
What is a wet market? Celebrity chef Ming Tsai explains. He points out how the markets differ from the United States, and what makes them so dangerous. Then, Dr. Celine Gounder tells us when to worry, and shares how to protect ourselves.
Dr. Oz shares a shocking new study that’s linking hair dye and chemical hair straighteners to cancer – specifically breast cancer. Physician Dr. Jennifer Caudle and Dr. Dale Sandler warn about the increased risk of cancer associated with black women.
A breast cancer survivor shares why she’s modified her hair regimen. Hair expert Nikki Walton reveals that the hair market is the most racially segregated in the world, and compares 10 ingredients found products targeted to white and black consumers.
Nikki Walton shares a tip for decreasing the risk of potential harm from hair dye, and Dr. Oz demonstrates how permanent hair dye and semi-permanent hair dye affect your hair differently. Is it time to embrace your natural hair color?
Presidential candidate Tom Steyer shares why he wears a red plaid tie every day, and explains why he believes he can win the 2020 election. Plus, Tom Steyer reveals that he doesn’t eat breakfast, has high-cholesterol, and has an artificial knee.
Tom Steyer explains why he believes the number one problem our nation has when it comes to health care is the cost, and shares his approach for achieving low-cost and universal health care. Hear more details into his views.
Presidential candidate Tom Steyer answers health questions asked by kids. Steyer tells us the two food rules his parents enforced during his childhood, the one sport he really misses playing, and more.
We investigate the deadly virus that’s killed at least 17 and sickened hundreds of others in China. Now that it’s made its way to the U.S., we give you the most up-to-date information. Plus, can your hair dyes and relaxers cause cancer?
We investigate the case of a doctor with a twisted prescription for revenge.