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Investigative reporter Mara Schiavocampo addresses the recent headlines about the health concerns of popular hot snacks. Find out if fiery hot chips and cheese snacks are indeed addictive and if they are safe to snack on.
Food scientist Dr. Taylor Wallace shares the ingredients used to make brightly-colored, spicy chips. Find out how cheese puffs are made.
Dr. Taylor Wallace explains why hot chips can alter the color of your stool and affect your digestion. Plus, investigative reporter Mara Schiavocampo reveals the pH levels in fiery hot chips and Dr. Oz explains common digestive issues they may cause.
Dr. Oz shares his initial impressions after trying spicy hot chips for the first time. Plus, he explains why spicy snacks are so addictive and even potentially dangerous. He shares a clever and healthy way to add spice to any snack.
Dr. Oz shares how he created the Mitraclip and how it works. Dr. Gregg Stone, the interventional cardiologist who led the clinical trial, gives insight into the process and shares the results of the ten-year study.
Rosa, a patient who received the MitraClip, shares her amazing experience at the New-York Presbyterian Hospital and explains how this device has enhanced her life. Plus, Dr. Oz acknowledges many of the colleagues involved in the MitraClip.
Dr. Michael Mack, Dr. William Abraham, and Dr. Rebecca Hahn, three cardiovascular physicians involved in the Mitraclip trial, describe the remarkable innovation and teamwork that went into one of the most rigorous trials ever.
Take a closer look at how this device works. The MitraClip device was invented by physicians at Columbia University including Dr. Oz. The University and inventors receive royalties on device sales.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo states the two reasons women aren’t getting their breast cancer screenings. He shares the new law that will allow for easy access to screenings so that everyone can get the attention they need and lives can be saved.
Fiery hot chips and cheese snacks are the biggest trend taking over supermarket aisles, but are they safe? We investigate recent headlines that link these spicy snacks to stomach pain, ulcers, and even a trip to the ER.
Nancy Grace investigates a TV reality show doctor who used his looks, wealth, and even his girlfriend to allegedly drug and...