Love your body's largest organ with these skin strategies.
Dr. Oz answers all your burning questions about your microwave, and zeros in on the secret science behind this kitchen essential. Go-to tester Rhenotha and celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito help get to the bottom of these serious microwave matters.
An audience member asks if it’s okay to heat food with plastic steam covers in the microwave, and family physician Dr. Jennifer Caudle breaks down the concern over plastic containers and the risk of chemicals leaching into our food.
Chef Rocco DiSpirito and Rhenotha show us how to make spaghetti without having to use a stove to boil water – which is especially great for college students or small spaces. Would you give this microwave hack a try?
Dr. Oz covers major Alzheimer’s breakthroughs that have made headlines since he shared the news about his mother’s diagnosis four months ago. Dr. Oz shares a look into his relationship with his mother and the hardship of her diagnosis.
Dr. Oz shares about his personal battle with his mother’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis, and Lisa Oz weighs in on the conflicting emotions she’s seen her husband deal with. Then, neurologist Dr. Ayesha Sherzai shares why she advocates for a plant-based diet.
Dr. Oz reveals that he and his family noticed that their mother does better when she doesn’t eat meat. The director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic at Weill Cornell Medicine, Dr. Richard Isaacson, shares insight into the Alzheimer’s blood test.
Presented by Eucerin. Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi shares what skin care needs she’s seen change in her patients over her 20 years of practice. Dr. Tanzi gives free skin consults, and provides a solution for flaky, itchy skin.
Presented by Eucerin. Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi takes a look at an audience member's rough and bumpy skin, and Dr. Oz demonstrates how a urea-containing lotion works to smooth the skin. Find out the solution Dr. Tanzi recommends.