Consumer Reports shares the findings of their investigation of levels of arsenic in rice. Plus, Dr. Oz explains why brown rice has higher levels of arsenic than white rice.
Dr. Oz explains how Consumer Reports found high amounts of arsenic in traditional rice products made in parts of the U.S.
Dr. Oz and Dr. Rangan discuss how Consumer Reports recommends eating rice from India, Pakistan and California, because it contains the lowest levels of arsenic.
Reality TV star and actress NeNe Leaks talks to Dr. Oz about how her pulmonary embolism influenced her decision not to fly to the Philippines and how to deal with toxic relationships.
Natalie, a 29-year-old mother of three, explains her lifelong battle with binge eating.
Dr. Wade and Dr. Oz give Natalie the plan to help heal the negative emotions that cause her to binge eat. Plus, learn more about the importance of eating nutrient-dense foods.
Dr. Oz chats with Shark Tank's Barbara Corcoran and Tiffany Krumins, inventor of Ava the Elephant, about the success of their product.
Tiffany Krumins discusses how the cancer patients of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta along with her own battle with cancer kept her determined to get her product on store shelves.
Real estate mogul Barbara Corcoran shares how she de-stresses with personal training sessions at the gym. Plus, find out why she's so attached to her dust buster!
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