Love your body's largest organ with these skin strategies.
Dr. Oz investigates a study of new estimates, which say that twenty-eight million people who thought they were allergic to penicillin might not be. You may wonder: Are you not actually allergic to things you’ve been staying away from all your life?
Allergist Dr. Tania Elliott reveals the results of a penicillin allergy experiment, and shares a staggering statistic. She explains the two major reasons why you might be wrong about your allergy, and why you should get re-tested.
Celebrity chef Aaron McCargo, Jr. breaks down the difference between homemade and store-bought barbecue sauce. Do you know what liquid smoke is? Dr. Oz explains the hidden ingredient that has raised serious health concerns.
Dr. Oz breaks down the process of making liquid smoke, and questions if it is a cancer-causing ingredient. Nutritionist Toby Amidor clarifies the terminology used on food labels and shares the concerns surrounding liquid smoke.
Chef Aaron McCargo, Jr. joins Dr. Oz to share three useful tips for tracking down a better-for-you bottled barbecue sauce. Learn what to look for when shopping for a store-bought BBQ sauce that won’t wreck your diet.
Aaron McCargo, Jr. shares his secret for kicking up the flavor of store-bought BBQ sauce, sans sugar. Then Glenn Rolnick, Executive Director of Culinary Operations for Virgil’s Real BBQ restaurants, demos his tricks for the best from-scratch sauce.
Daphne Oz, Jordin Sparks, Alex Guarnaschelli, Jamika Pessoa, and Dr. Oz dish on all things chicken. Do you know what those labels on your meat really mean? Pessoa surveys a grocery store’s chicken selection, and the group decodes confusing labels.
Dr. Oz shares some good news: Chicken skin isn’t bad for you! Then, the ladies of The Dish reveal how they give feedback to other cooks — especially when they don’t love the food — and Jamika Pessoa shares her formula to avoid flavorless chicken.
Alex Guarnaschelli whips up one of her favorite childhood dinners — chicken cacciatore! She shares why letting the food and yourself rest while cooking makes for some of the best flavors.
A new study reveals that people who thought they were allergic to certain foods or medications are not! We investigate if you can outgrow – or suddenly develop – an allergy as an adult. Plus, "The Dish on Oz" crew decodes your supermarket chicken.
Exclusive details and insights from investigators who believe that DNA technology may finally identify the Zodiac Killer.