From the duct tape challenge to sizzurp, Montel Williams investigates the viral videos teens are watching and imitating. The consequences of these trends can be serious and even deadly.
Guest Alison opens up about why she started abusing “purple drank,” a dangerous mixture of cough medicine with codeine, hard candy, and soda. Then, Montel Williams calls for action against this alarming trend.
Alison reveals how her three-year addiction to “purple drank” grew into an addiction to other drugs and had serious consequences. Then, Susan, whose son Trey passed away after drinking “purple drank,” shares her safety tips for other parents.
Montel Williams introduces the dangerous cocktail that teens are drinking to get drunk. Then, guests Randy and Emily open up about how this drink killed their son and his best friend.
Dr. Oz explains how drinking methanol can damage the body. Then, Randy and Emily open up about their son who died from methanol poisoning after drinking racing fuel and soda — and share their advice for other parents.
Montel Williams shares three tips to help inform parents about risky online trends and ensure teens’ health and wellbeing.
Dr. Oz welcomes back Ted Williams, known as the man with the golden voice, and discusses how his high blood pressure is putting his health at risk.
Dr. Oz introduces Ted Williams, the man with the golden voice, to core expert Dr. Michael Roizen. The two discuss a plan to get Williams' high blood pressure under control.
See which one of the five gut types you are and the three simple ways to fix it so you can lose weight.