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Dr. Oz reveals disturbing footage of a neurologist rubbing his head on a patient’s chest during a migraine examination. The victim, Lisa, opens up about her experience being violated by a doctor she trusted.
Guest Lisa shares why she waited to go to the authorities after being violated by her doctor. Then, she opens up about her fear going into another appointment in order to get evidence of the abuse.
Lisa’s attorney, Matthew McGahren, explains how it’s possible for a doctor to get away with a crime. Plus, he reveals that there were other unreported incidents in different states that resulted in more victims like Lisa.
Lisa opens up about what gave her the strength to share her story and speak out about her doctor’s abuse. She shares her struggles and what she had to go through just to release her complaint.
Dr. Oz discusses the crimes of gynecologist Dr. Nikita Levy, who was secretly recording his patients with a camera hidden in his pen. One of his former patients opens up about her interactions with Dr. Levy. Find out what caught her off guard.
A former patient of gynecologist Dr. Nikita Levy describes the day she found out he was accused of carrying a hidden camera on his pen. She opens up about her pain, knowing that she put her daughter, who was also Dr. Levy’s patient, in harm's way.
Family physician Dr. Jennifer Caudle reveals how your secret caffeine sensitivity may be contributing to anxiety, weight gain, and risk of heart disease. Then, she discusses the cultural phenomenon and influence of coffee in our society.
Audience members share how dependent they are on coffee. Then, Dr. Caudle and Dr. Oz conduct a quiz to see if you have a caffeine sensitivity based on how you feel a couple of hours after consuming coffee.
The host of “Party in My Plants” podcast Talia Pollock reveals two coffee power combos that contain less caffeine and help you lose weight. Find out the recipes for her coffee chia pudding and mushroom chai latte.