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With mass shootings becoming a regular occurrence, doctors who have been on the front lines speak to Dr. Oz about their frustration with this public health crisis.
Dr. Mike Zahalsky opens up about his experience treating victims of the Parkland shooting. Then, trauma surgeon Dr. Stephanie Bonnie expresses her right to speak out about gun violence.
Trauma surgeon Dr. Joseph Sakran reveals one thing we can all do to help prevent gun-related injuries.
Lacey Newman discusses the moment she realized she’d been shot. Then, trauma surgeon Dr. Matthew Neal, who operated on several of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims, shares why bleeding control kits can help save lives.
Dr. Oz shares an effective method to stop bleeding. Then, Lacey Newman and Dr. Matthew Neal demonstrate how to properly control bleeding by applying pressure to the wound and packing it with gauze.
Dr. Matthew Neal reveals how packing a wound and applying pressure the right way can stop bleeding and buy time for trauma surgeons to help patients and save their lives.
Investigative correspondent Mara Schiavocampo reports on alleged abuse in daycare centers and how increasingly common these incidents are. Plus, she shares why parents should ask questions before enrolling their kids.
Investigative correspondent Mara Schiavocampo offers tips to anxious parents enrolling their kids in daycare. Then, guest Kelly shares how it felt to find out her child had been abused at daycare.
Legendary actor and Academy Award-winning director Ron Howard opens up about his relationship with his high school sweetheart, wife Cheryl. Plus, he shares what it was like being the most recognized kid in America.
Academy Award-winning director Ron Howard opens up feeling pressured to live up to the characters he portrayed in films. Plus, he asks Dr. Oz for advice to treat his frequent jet lag. Find out Dr. Oz’s helpful tip that he picked up from an astronaut.
Dr. Oz reveals the new FDA-approved flu treatment. Then, he lists five things that are more difficult than getting a flu shot. Plus, he gets his flu shot live on the show.
Astronaut Scott Kelly reflects on the challenging -- and successful -- year he spent in space. Then, he poses a question for Academy Award-winning filmmaker Ron Howard and Dr. Oz: if they were given the opportunity, would they help colonize Mars?
There are plenty of situations that are more challenging than getting a flu shot. Dr. Oz demonstrates five of those things -- and tries his hand at Fortnite dances in the process.
Injuries that result in massive bleeding can kill. Here are important steps to stop the bleeding.
With mass shootings becoming a regular occurrence, doctors who have been on the front lines speak to Dr. Oz about their frustration with this public health crisis. Learn a life-saving technique if you ever find yourself in a random act of violence.