Care for your skin the right way.
Ever wonder why the mall food court calls your name? Investigative journalist Michael Moss reveals the three ingredients that make foods at your local mall irresistible.
Journalist Michael Moss reveals the secret pizzerias and cinnamon roll stands don’t want you to know. Then, find out which sweet treat is worth indulging in. Plus, health commissioner Peter DeLucia highlights the red flags at a mall food court.
Last year, country music superstar Naomi Judd was supposed to join Dr. Oz on set but anxiety and panic attacks prevented her visit. Today, she welcomes Dr. Oz to her Nashville home, where she opens up about the depression that nearly ended her life.
Dr. Oz sits down with country singer Naomi Judd in her Nashville home. Judd talks about her nervous breakdown in 2015 and explains why she wanted to write “River of Time,” her memoir chronicling her mental health battle.
In an exclusive one-on-one interview, Naomi Judd opens up to Dr. Oz about her family, especially her daughters Ashley and Wynonna. She reveals her family’s powwow rules and their secret nicknames.
Country singer Naomi Judd has sought therapy for her mental health and one of the strategies she has applied to her own life is called the ABC’s. She reveals the meaning of the acronym and shares her advice for others struggling with depression.
Dr. Oz introduces the four finalists of The Dr. Oz Show Trainer Competition: Sergio Rojas, Amber Bowman, Cookie Miller, and Julie Briggs. Who will get your vote? Watch to find out!
Fitness trainers Sergio Rojas, Amber Bowman, Cookie Miller, and Julie Briggs are vying to be the next trainer for The Dr. Oz Show. They show off their signature moves and share their 20-second pitches — who will you vote for?
Judge and fitness trainer Erin Oprea shares what to consider when choosing the best trainer for you. Then, find out how to cast your vote for the Dr. Oz Show trainer competition.
Boxer and USANA brand ambassador Tim Bradley discusses the benefits of probiotics, why he adds them to his diet, and what to look for in a probiotic.
Who will be the winning fitness trainer to join The Dr. Oz Show? Meet the four finalists — Julie Briggs, Cookie Miller, Amber Bowman, and Sergio Rojas.
Firefighter and fitness trainer Amber Bowman shares her passion and vision for functional fitness. Plus, follow along as she demonstrates a shoulder and core warm-up.
Follow along with fitness trainer Cookie Miller as she demonstrates a customizable cardio and strength training combo workout.
Follow along as certified fitness trainer and nutritionist Sergio Rojas guides you through a four-minute visualization exercise, a four-minute dynamic warm-up, and a three-circuit functional strength workout.
Follow along with personal trainer Julie Briggs as she demonstrates how to do a simple, powerful workout for a quick burst of energy.
Seventeen women across three states say a prominent doctor used his sought-after treatments as leverage to extract sexual favors.