Should you be concerned about exploding e-cigarettes? Dr. Oz investigates how battery-powered e-cigarettes work and what can cause them to explode.
Core expert Dr. Jennifer Caudle explains how lithium batteries in e-cigarettes can explode. Then, Dr. Oz and Dr. Caudle present graphic photos of e-cigarette explosion victims and analyze the severity of their burns and injuries.
Guest Mara was out shopping when her e-cigarette suddenly exploded inside her bag. She shares her firsthand account with Dr. Oz. Then, attorney Greg Bentley, who represents e-cigarette explosion victims, weighs in on the growing issue.
Attorney Greg Bentley discusses what consumers need to know about the e-cigarette industry and Dr. Jennifer Caudle outlines how the FDA plans to address exploding e-cigarettes.
Family physician Dr. Jen Caudle goes undercover at NYC vape and e-cigarette shops to investigate the unexpected safety threat of e-cigarettes.
Dr. Oz shares four guidelines that can help reduce the risk of an e-cigarette explosion. Plus, find out how you can take action and call for more federal regulations on e-cigarettes.
Contributor Melissa Moore reveals the surprising traits of Richard Beasley, a serial killer who lured male victims by placing help-wanted ads on Craigslist.
Guest Tonya is the daughter of Richard Beasley, a convicted serial killer who used Craigslist to find his victims. She opens up about how her father’s crimes have affected her.
Guest Tonya and contributor Melissa Moore, both daughters of serial killers, discuss how they started the healing process after learning about their fathers’ crimes.
From multi-functional changing pads to the first-ever responsive baby bed, producer Dean takes an in-depth look at the latest innovations for babies and their parents. Plus, Dr. Oz shares his low-tech trick to putting his grandchildren to sleep.
Julia Collin Davison from America’s Test Kitchen shows you how to make any meal healthier, faster, and even more delicious with...