Living the good life starts with sleep.
Ninety percent of chronic fatigue syndrome cases go undiagnosed. Guest Jennifer Brea made a documentary, "Unrest", to share her experience with the disorder. She talks to Dr. Oz about the symptoms she had and what doctors kept telling her.
Listen to some of the stories of people who have chronic fatigue syndrome, also known as myalgic encephalomyelitis or ME. Then, Dr. Oz demonstrates how chronic fatigue syndrome affects the body.
Guest Jennifer Brea shares what she wishes she could do and explains how she lives with chronic fatigues syndrome today.
Guest Omar Wasow talks about the impact of chronic fatigue syndrome on his marriage. Then, Dr. Natalie Azar explains why the disorder is hard to diagnose. Plus, take a short quiz to identify if your exhaustion could be chronic fatigue syndrome.
Guest Jennifer Brea reveals what has helped her in her fight against chronic fatigue syndrome and what she believes can help others with the syndrome.
Fascia rollers promise to roll away your cellulite but some say they cause painful bruises. Guests Gina Pell and Amy Parker of The What List test five popular rollers and Dr. Oz explains how these rollers work on your skin.
The What List’s creators Gina Pell and Amy Parker reveal their favorite inexpensive solutions for back and neck pain, including the trigger point massager. Then, Dr. Oz and physical therapist Karena Wu weigh in.
Chef Anne Burrell explains how she makes holiday grocery shopping more efficient. Then, she unveils her one-pot braised balsamic brisket that will feed a crowd all month long.
Chef Anne Burrell demonstrates how to prepare brisket with balsamic vinegar and herbs. Then, learn how you can transform your brisket for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Chef Anne Burrell reveals how she starts every morning, the cause near and dear to her, why she would want to time travel, and more!
Have you ever been so tired and exhausted that you can barely move a muscle? Millions are struggling and don’t know why. Could your exhaustion be something more? The four questions everyone needs to ask themselves.
There’s a new food trend that promises to help fight fatigue, help you sleep, and stop constipation.