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Dr. Oz investigates the medical mystery that sent a seemingly healthy woman into organ failure and then into a coma. Pediatrician Dr. Alok Patel details what happened to Lindsay, whose early cold symptoms turned into a life-threatening emergency.
Lindsay’s mother recalls the seven days that her daughter was in a coma, and shares that she was afraid Lindsay would die. Then, Lindsay describes her strenuous recovery process. Learn the warning signs of Lemierre syndrome to look for.
Dr. Alok Patel reveals Lindsay’s rare diagnosis – Lemierre syndrome – and explains how the bacteria in your body is involved. Dr. Oz and Dr. Patel demonstrate how the bacteria infects the lungs, and point out why the condition is so dangerous.
A plaintiff brings her sister-in-law to health court over her struggle to manage her diabetes, and she presents the kinds of illegal foods her sister-in-law has been eating. Top Chef Sam Talbot, who has type 1 diabetes, joins as the expert witness.
Sam Talbot questions the defendant about her cooking experience, and he shares a hack for people with diabetes who still want to eat carbs. Then, Dr. Oz explains the imbalance of insulin and sugar in people who have diabetes.
Sam Talbot tells us how he balances his type 1 diabetes and his love of food, and shares the simple swaps he incorporates into his meals to control his blood levels. Then, Dr. Oz reveals the results of the plaintiff’s hemoglobin A1c test.
Dr. Oz shares the defendant’s hemoglobin A1c results, and he urges her to alter her lifestyle or else it will be detrimental. Dr. Oz reveals that Dr. Michael Roizen, chief wellness officer at the Cleveland Clinic, has offered to help the women.
Presented by Summer’s Eve. Why is feminine hygiene still a taboo topic? Gynecologist Dr. Sherry Ross reveals the biggest misconceptions she hears from patients, and she points out the key component for maintaining the right pH levels.
Presented by Summer’s Eve. Gynecologist Dr. Sherry Ross points out why your regular body soap may not be the best for your intimate area, and she shares that the ideal soap for your intimate area is pH balanced and tested.
The latest updates on the missing mom whose body still has not been found after a year.