Living the good life starts with sleep.
Do you feel paralyzed by fear or anxiety? Dr. Oz welcomes life coach Iyanla Vanzant to find out how to curb your fears once and for all.
Iyanla Vanzant, a life coach and inspirational speaker, describes how people “marinate in an environment of mistrust,” and what she has learned throughout the difficult times in her own life.
Viewer Dawn shares why she feels angry and powerless when it comes to protecting her family and life coach Iyanla Vanzant reveals what she needs to do to overcome this “victim consciousness.”
Life coach Iyanla Vanzant shares her best tips for overcoming anxiety, including daily meditation.
Crib bumpers are marketed to parents in stores and online but are they safe? Dr. Michael Goodstein of the American Academy of Pediatrics and Nancy Cowles of Kids in Danger explain why these products shouldn’t be in baby cribs at all.
Find out why the AAP, the CDC, and the NIH all oppose the use of bumper pads in baby cribs. Plus, pediatrician Dr. Michael Goodstein shares the ABCs of crib safety, which can help reduce infant injuries and deaths.
Pediatrician Dr. Robert Hamilton joins Dr. Oz to show how he calms a crying infant. Watch the cute way you should be holding a baby.
Life coach and inspirational speaker Iyanla Vanzant reveals why she loves yoga and why she’s both a cat and dog person.
Research has shown that infant deaths due to crib bumper suffocation and other injuries have tripled and pediatricians oppose their use. Join Dr. Oz and sign the #SayNoToBumpers petition to show your support for a ban on these dangerous products.
Terror attacks and worldwide unrest have us all on edge. Life coach Iyanla Vanzant shows you how to look fear in the face and conquer your anxiety with her simple tip that will change your life. Then, Oz investigates: are baby bumpers deadly?
You’ve seen the headlines attacking salad: should you stop eating it? We cut through the clutter in our Food Truth Series.