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Dr. Oz, science YouTube star Nick Uhas, and viewer Sharon participate in an experiment to determine whether milk, beer, or bread best cools your mouth after eating spicy foods.
Dr. Oz and science YouTube star Nick Uhas do an experiment with fire to explain why bread cools spicy foods. Plus, Uhas explores whether or not you need to wash hands with warm water.
Nick Uhas, science YouTube star, does an experiment with Dr. Oz’s staff to determine whether double-dipping food in a dip is unhealthy.
Nick Uhas, science YouTube star, and Sophie Bushwick, editor at Popular Science magazine, do an experiment to see if men lose weight faster than women.
The Oz family put their arms in buckets of ice water to see which sex can stand the pain longer.
Viewer Jeanette makes white-bean chocolate chip cookies for her daughters who don’t realize they’re eating a healthier version of the dessert.
Viewer Crystal tricks her friend Carla into eating healthy food by making a tofu cheesecake that has half the calories of regular cheesecake.
Dr. Oz and style and beauty expert Denise Caldwell set up an experiment to find out if people wear black clothing because they think it’ll make them look thinner.
Viewers Jeana and Jacqueline discuss why they chose to wear black pants and colored tops and whether wearing black encouraged them to eat unhealthy foods.
Science YouTube star Nick Uhas reveals whether he prefers cooking to takeout, dark chocolate to milk chocolate, and more!