Living the good life starts with sleep.
Buffets are a convenient way to grab food on the go but are they full of bacteria making you sick? Inside Edition anchor Deborah Norville investigates with Dr. Oz. See how bacteria can flourish and watch out for these red flags.
Inside Edition anchor Deborah Norville demonstrates how bacteria, germs, and viruses can spread in two popular buffet spots — around the bread basket and in the container of lemon slices.
Med student Nate explains why the omelet station is a great choice at supermarket or hot buffets. Then, Dr. Oz and Inside Edition anchor Deborah Norville reveal the second-best buffet line that’s worth a visit.
Dr. Oz and Inside Edition anchor Deborah Norville share the best ways to avoid getting sick from hot supermarket buffets, such as visiting at peak times.
In July, 20-year-old college student Jordan Dinsmore was ambushed outside her apartment. Three men held her captive in a gunpoint robbery but still wouldn’t let her go. Dinsmore reveals what happened that earned her the nickname, “James Bond”.
Guest Jordan Dinsmore recounts her harrowing abduction and how she escaped her captives from a moving vehicle.
Find out what happened after guest Jordan Dinsmore jumped out of her moving car, in an attempt to flee her captors. Then, her mother Beth talks about the aftermath and Jordan reveals a story she told her that she remembered during her ordeal.
Lung cancer is a leading cause of death in women but now, new technology is available to detect lung cancer early enough for treatment. Plus, meet guest Kathy, who credits a lung cancer screening for saving her life.
Women have reported being branded and starved by a so-called self-help group with over 16,000 members.