What will you accomplish over the next 10 years? Come along with us as we celebrate season 10.
In a daytime exclusive interview, Tarek El Moussa of "Flip or Flop," opens up to Dr. Oz about his public split from his ex-wife and co-worker, Christina El Moussa, and hitting rock bottom.
“Flip or Flop” star Tarek El Moussa explains how a “Flip or Flop” viewer helped diagnose his thyroid cancer. Then, he recounts the defining moment he found out about his testicular cancer.
Actor Sean Hayes reveals what it's like returning to "Will and Grace" a decade after the show first ended. Then, he opens up about his life-threatening health scare that landed him in the emergency room in the middle of the night.
Despite its name, the small intestines measures over 20 feet. Dr. Oz shows actor Sean Hayes a small intestines specimen and discusses what Hayes experienced when his small intestines unexpectedly burst.
Actor Sean Hayes reveals why he got involved with SonicCloud, a new technology for people with hearing loss. Then, Dr. Oz explains how hearing can change over time and SonicCloud co-founder Larry Guterman explains the purpose of the app.
Larry Guterman demonstrates how a phone call with SonicCloud technology helps someone with hearing loss. Then, Sarah Brokaw, listens to an interview between Dr. Oz and her father, Tom Brokaw with SonicCloud.
Did you know that your nose is primarily responsible for your sense of taste? Chef James Briscione breaks it all down and shares the unique no-sugar flavor pairings you need to try.
Chef James Briscione shows Dr. Oz how to make a fruity and herbal chutney without relying on sugar or salt. See why it’s Oz-approved!
Today, an investigation into digital spies that will shock you!