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Many of us have wondered if the final words uttered by our loved ones contain a special, secret meaning. For the first time, Dr. Oz investigates the science around what happens in the brain as death nears. Can you learn from a loved one’s last words?
Death expert Dr. Erica Goldblatt-Hyatt reveals three common things people say at the end of their lives, and explains what happens biologically as someone dies. Medium Anna Raimondi shares the nonverbal cues people frequently give right before death.
Jeffrey Kotzen, MD, joins Dr. Oz to discuss fake review websites. How can you protect yourself and make sure you aren’t being duped into buying questionable products?
Jeffrey Kotzen, MD, explains why you need to be careful and do your due diligence before trying any diet plan, especially when looking for information online. Then, he shows us a mock review site created to point out what you should avoid.
Dr. Oz and Dr. Kotzen walk us through the fictitious website they created to show us what to look out for when looking for diet information online. Would you recognize these red flags?
Jeffrey Kotzen, MD, explains why you should do your research and check clinical studies on weight loss products and plans. He shares the results of one particular clinical trial, and Dawn, a trial participant, shows off her own transformation.
Dawn, a clinical trial participant, discusses the diet plan she tried and how she eats well without restricting herself. Dr. Kotzen shares why it’s crucial to enjoy your diet plan and make it a new way of life. What does Dawn eat in a typical day?
Dr. Oz exposes some shocking bathroom secrets — is what you’re doing behind closed doors helpful or harmful to your health? Then, guest Rebecca shares her indulgent bathroom confession. Have you ever done this!?
An audience member, Summer, turns in her fiancé, Victor, for his cringe-worthy bathroom secret. Then, Dr. Oz reveals the truth about peeing in the shower, which may change the way you think about this supposedly bad habit.