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With fish fraud on the rise, is your fast-food fish sandwich safe? Investigative reporter Mara Schiavocampo reveals what restaurants are really serving you.
Investigative reporter Mara Schiavocampo and Dr. Oz examine the ingredients and nutritional breakdown of a typical fast-food fish sandwich.
Dr. Michael Crupain, chief of staff of The Dr. Oz Show’s medical unit, explains how fast-food fish sandwiches were tested and validated. Find out the surprising results. Plus, Dustin Cranor of Oceana, an ocean conservation group, weighs in.
Oceana’s Dustin Cranor explains how seafood is traced in the U.S. and investigative reporter Mara Schiavocampo reveals what lab testing revealed in a sample fish sandwich. Then, Dr. Oz shares a National Fisheries Institute statement and his thoughts.
Nearly a decade ago, Natalie Suleman made headlines as "Octomom". In an exclusive interview, correspondent Melissa Moore visits Suleman at home as she and her 14 children get ready on a school day.
Natalie Suleman, formerly known as “Octomom,” takes correspondent Melissa Moore on an exclusive home tour. Then, for the first time, Suleman joins Dr. Oz on set to share her story about what really happened behind the headlines.
“Octomom” Natalie Suleman reveals why she decided to undergo in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment and how she ended up with 12 implanted embryos.
Natalie Suleman, who made headlines as “Octomom,” explains why she doesn’t believe in selective reduction and what happened during her multiple pregnancy.
Today, we’re investigating fast-food fish sandwiches. You think you’re making the healthier choice but what’s really inside your favorite fish sandwich? Plus, what happened to Octomom? She gave birth to eight babies nearly a decade ago.
It’s been seven years since Casey Anthony was acquitted of killing her daughter Caylee. Today, never-before-heard details.