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Legendary basketball player Shaquille O’Neal sits down with Dr. Oz for a one-on-one interview. He shares how his mom motivated him to go back to school and receive his Ph.D. Find out about his plans to run for sheriff in Atlanta.
Shaquille O’Neal reminisces about his first big spending spree. Then he discusses how his father influenced his career. Plus, find out how Halle Berry helped Shaq’s stutter.
Shaquille O’Neal explains how a note from Halle Berry stopped his stutter. Then, he opens up about how his family dealt with his son Shareef’s scary medical news.
Shaquille O’Neal shares how his extreme snoring led to a diagnosis of sleep apnea. Dr. Oz demonstrates what happens in your throat when you have sleep apnea and how dangerous the symptoms can be.
Sleep study expert Dr. Jonathan Greenberg explains the device he created to help those that suffer from sleep apnea. Shaquille O’Neal shares his results from using the device.
Shaquille O’Neal opens up about his ADHD and shares the quote he lives by. Then, he reveals how he stays motivated. Find out his daily workout goals and typical diet plan.
Shaquille O’Neal explains how he deals with negativity in his life. He shares why you shouldn’t worry about the things you can’t control.
Presented by flip50. Certified fitness instructor Michele Stanten explains how the flip50 program is designed to help people over 50 achieve their health goals. Plus, she reveals the three pillars of a healthy lifestyle.
Presented by flip50. Michele Stanten demonstrates a fitness app that has a variety of at-home workouts. Find out how to use technology to boost your fitness routine, improve your nutrition, and help you relax.
Presented by flip50. Michele Stanten explains the importance of social connection to keep you motivated to achieve a healthy lifestyle. Find out how friends can help.
Former professional basketball player and TV personality Shaquille O’Neal opens up about his sleep apnea diagnosis, the type of patient he is, and more!
How the latest DNA technology led police to a suspected killer more than 45 years after a woman’s death.