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Dr. Oz shares scary stories of people who got a rare infection from dog licks and bites. Angela and Chris Young share their two-year-old son’s severe symptoms that went undiagnosed for years.
Angela and Chris Young share the traumatic experience their son Liam went through for two and a half years. They finally find out the little boy has a genetic variant that predisposed him to Capnocytophaga, a bacteria found in household pet saliva.
Veterinarian Casey Behravesh lists facts, symptoms, and risks of Capnocytophaga canimorsus infection. See if you or your loved ones may be at risk and find out how the bacterium enter the body.
Dr. Oz reveals the results of his dog and cat’s bacteria test. Dr. Casey Behravesh emphasizes that pet owners shouldn’t be scared of their pets, they just need to be equipped with the knowledge to spot symptoms early-on.
Actor Rob Lowe sits down to talk with Dr. Oz about his two sons. Rob Lowe shares how he supports his kids and why his house was the best on the block.
Rob Lowe talks to Dr. Oz about managing alcohol intake and the importance of being open with your family. As a substance abuse mentor, he recommends that parents step in and say something if they think their kids are abusing drugs or alcohol.
Rob Lowe explains why Parade Magazine labeled him “Mr. Sunshine.” He emphasizes how his high-protein, low-carb diet and daily workouts keep him in amazing shape and boost his energy.
Rob Lowe shares how he likes to make his morning granola. Audience members sample the dish and give their honest feedback on the low-carb snack.
Dr. Oz visits Pat Sajak and Vanna White on the Wheel of Fortune set to teach them how to properly do CPR. Watch to learn the best technique to help save lives.
Dr. Oz puts his audience to the test to see if they perform CPR properly. Follow along so you can learn what to do and be prepared if you ever need to save a life.
Wendy Williams reveals why she’s on a mission to help crack down on the epidemic sweeping the nation.