Care for your skin the right way.
Eva Holland opens up to Dr. Oz about her decision to take a photo with her two children next to the open casket of her late husband, who died from a heroin overdose.
Eva Holland talks to Dr. Oz about how her late husband became addicted to heroin and describes his battle with the disease.
Dorothy and Fred Shuemake talk to Dr. Oz about their teenage daughter Alison, who recently died from a heroin overdose. Plus, the parents discuss their decision to include their daughter's cause of death in her obituary.
Michael Botticelli, U.S. drug czar and Dr. Oz discuss the addiction epidemic sweeping the country and why people need to start talking about the problem more openly.
Dr. Oz talks to the co-founders of the UNITE to Face Addiction campaign Jim Hood and Greg Williams about the obstacles families and addicts face when they want to begin the recovery process.
Dr. Oz discusses how naloxone, a nonaddictive and non-narcotic treatment, counters the effect of opioids.
Dr. Oz shows how to use the EVZIO naloxone auto-injector to treat an opioid emergency.
Dr. Oz shows his audience how nootropics, known as "smart drugs," claim to improve memory, clarity, focus, and attention.
Dr. Sanam Hafeez and Dr. Oz talk about the ingredients of "smart pills" and how they can affect your brain.
The experimental film that exposes the sneaky sugar bombs hiding in good-for-you foods.