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Food scientist Dr. Taylor C. Wallace explains why chefs and scientists are exploring food as a preventive tool against disease. Then, chef Ming Tsai joins Dr. Oz in the cancer-fighting kitchen.
Dr. Oz explains how eating key foods may prevent the growth of cancer cells. Then, find out how to add cancer-fighting vegetables into your healthy diet.
Chef Ming Tsai introduces maitake or hen-of-the-woods mushrooms and Dr. Oz explains why they’re so good for you. Plus, Tsai reveals a savory snack that can also lower your risk for cancer.
Are you sick and tired of kale? Chef Ming Tsai reveals the anti-inflammatory and nutrient-rich supergreen that’s ready to take over the salad spotlight. Find out what it is and how to enjoy it in a breakfast shake.
Chef Ming Tsai demonstrates how to make a cancer-fighting salad and dip, both featuring the supergreen — watercress.
Go-to tester Rhenotha heads to her local supermarket to look for the cancer-fighting ingredients in Chef Ming Tsai’s crazy chicken stir-fry. Then, join Dr. Oz and Rhenotha as Chef Tsai teaches them how to make it.
Chef Ming Tsai teaches Dr. Oz and Rhenotha how to make his crazy chicken dish on a bed of noodles and watercress, a cancer-fighting vegetable.
Guest Heather recounts her experience with a hacker who illegally accessed her baby monitor to watch her baby daughter without her consent. Plus, she shares her advice to other families with similar devices.
Cybersecurity expert Jim Stickley shares five tips to protect yourself from a criminal hacker, evade unwanted spying, and prevent an unwelcome security breach.
Cybersecurity expert Jim Stickley explains how a hacker can gain access to your smartphone and the consequences of this type of attack. Plus, learn a simple way to determine if your phone has been hacked.
Ever heard of broccoli sprouts? Get the dish on the veggie coming to a supermarket shelf near you!
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