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Don’t get fooled by fish fraud. Julia Collin Davison of America’s Test Kitchen joins Dr. Oz to bust the biggest salmon lies. Find out the facts behind your favorite fish.
America’s Test Kitchen host Julia Collin Davison explains how fish is farmed in closed tanks. Then, Davison breaks down the differences between wild and farmed salmon and reveals the best way to tell when your salmon is cooked.
Melisse Gelula, co-founder of Well+Good, reveals what makes fish stink and how you can easily get rid of the fish smell at home.
What do Samantha Martinez, Tiffiny Ann Bray, and Thelma Williams have in common? They all lied and faked their own kidnappings. Why? Crime Online founder Nancy Grace weighs in on the impact of these crimes.
Crime Online founder Nancy Grace discusses the rise of false accusations and fake abductions and why more people seem to be committing these types of crimes.
Forensic psychiatrist Dr. Michael Welner discusses what can drive someone to fake their own abduction and assault.
Why would someone fake their own abduction or assault? Forensic psychiatrist Dr. Michael Welner discusses two potential reasons behind these extreme behaviors.
Forensic psychiatrist Dr. Michael Welner highlights the three areas of the brain that are activated when we lie and explains how repeated lying, in particular, affects the amygdala.
Forensic psychiatrist Dr. Michael Welner outlines the clues that may indicate someone is a pathological liar. Then, Crime Online founder Nancy Grace shares the signs someone is trying to manipulate you.
If you recognize repeated lying in a loved one, when should you interfere and address the issue? Forensic psychiatrist Dr. Michael Welner weighs. Plus, Dr. Oz shares his final thoughts on creating meaningful relationships.
Has the healthiest, most-hyped fish, turned into the biggest fraud? We’re uncovering the lies you believe about salmon so you don’t get tricked. Are you getting what you pay for? Then, why are so many people faking their own abductions and assaults?
Could your love of artificial sweeteners actually be making you fatter? See the Oz-approved sugar substitutes for 2018!