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TV personality and entrepreneur Bethenny Frankel joins Dr. Oz to discuss the dangers of food allergies. She opens up about the progression of her allergic reactions throughout her life and shares the details of her recent scare.
Bethenny Frankel recalls her scary allergic reaction to miso soup, which left her unconscious and near death. She shares how her boyfriend’s actions saved her life and opens up about her frightening thoughts during the experience.
Dr. Oz explains what happens in the body when a person has an allergic reaction and experiences anaphylactic shock. Bethenny Frankel shares the importance of having an EpiPen at all times in case you or someone else has an allergic reaction.
Bethenny Frankel shares the mortifying story of her fish allergy scare on a recent flight. Find out what she had to go through to make sure her concerns were addressed, and how the airline’s staff responded to her.
Bethenny Frankel reveals the difficulty she’s had getting airlines to believe airborne food allergies are a real concern. Then, she shares how hearing about the death of Cameron Jean-Pierre, who died from inhaling cooking fish, affected her.
Jody and Steven Jean-Pierre share the emotional story of their son, Cameron, and recall the heartbreaking moments before he passed away from inhaling the smell of fish cooking in his grandmother’s kitchen.
Jody and Steven Jean-Pierre open up about the heartbreaking loss of their son, Cameron, who died from inhaling cooking fish. They share their plan to raise awareness about airborne food allergies and Bethenny Frankel chimes in with her ideas to help.
Steven Jean-Pierre shares his desire to move forward positively and carry on Cameron’s legacy after his death. Then, Steven and Bethenny Frankel reveal signs that they’ve received from loved ones and the peace it provides them.
Allergist Dr. Tania Elliott explains the severity of rare, airborne food allergies. Then, she reveals the two major causes of the development of a shellfish allergy in adulthood.
Dr. Tania Elliott shares why everyone should have an anaphylaxis action plan in case of an emergency situation. Then, Dr. Oz reveals that, after hearing Bethenny Frankel’s story, he reached out to several airlines about the food they serve.
Crime correspondent Melissa Moore and actress Catherine Oxenberg sit down with Dr. Oz to tell the story of Oxenberg’s daughter India, one of thousands of alleged victims of the suspected cult NXIVM’s leader Keith Raniere.
Catherine Oxenberg reveals how she learned what was really going on inside alleged cult NXIVM and her daughter India’s role in the organization. Then, she shares why she thinks leader Keith Raniere targeted her daughter.
Actress Catherine Oxenberg explains how she and her daughter, India, first learned about alleged cult NXIVM and how quickly India was sucked into the NXIVM community and lifestyle.
Catherine Oxenberg shares how she intervened to get her daughter India out of alleged cult NXIVM. Then, she reads a passage from her book, Captive, and emotionally recounts the moment she learned of her daughter’s manipulation.
Catherine Oxenberg reveals how the evidence she collected and handed over to the FBI helped expose NXIVM. Then, Keith Raniere’s ex-girlfriend, Toni Natalie, shares her progress since Raniere was arrested.
Elizabeth Shepard, General Manager at Oz Digital, explains the key differences between branded EpiPens and generic epinephrine auto-injectors, and shows how to use each type. Learn how to properly administer both branded and generic EpiPens.
Bethenny Frankel opens up about the recent allergic reaction episode that almost took her life. Then, in an Oz-exclusive, the parents of the little boy who died from inhaling allergens of cooking fish speak out.
Former fast-food pizza workers give you the inside scoop on how fast-food pizza compares to the real deal.