Dr. Oz explains what happens during the final minutes before death. Then, intensive care doctor Dr. Sam Parnia discusses the importance of learning more about death and the process of dying.
Dr. Sam Parnia talks about the universal human experience of dying, the sensations people describe when they recover after suffering cardiac death, and what science reveals about our psyches after death.
Dr. Sam Parnia discusses what people may be aware of when they die and what people who were revived after dying recall afterwards. Then, guest Melanie shares her personal experience of dying and being resuscitated.
Guest Melanie discusses what doctors did to save her and her baby after she died and then recovered from an amniotic fluid embolism.
Dr. Sam Parnia weighs in on what death and stories like Melanie’s can teach us about living life. Plus, Melanie shares how death has changed her and why she doesn’t fear dying anymore.
Some smartphones have been recalled recently due to overheating and safety concerns. Guests Joni and Wesley describe what happened when their smartphones exploded and caught fire and the aftermath of the damage.
Dr. Oz explains how lithium ion batteries inside smartphones and many common devices can short-circuit and catch on fire.
Dr. Oz reveals the features on your smartphone that can help you out during a health emergency and how to use them.
Dr. Oz demonstrates how to set up your medical ID that can help first responders during a medical emergency, the easy way to sign up to become an organ donor, and how you can learn CPR – all on your smartphone!
Firefighter EMTs Vincent Knott and Bryan Iannacone demonstrate how CPR restarts an unconscious person’s heart, pushes blood back to the brain, and can help save a life.
Dr. Sam Parnia, an intensive care doctor, discusses what happened when a person dies and what we can learn from individuals who have recovered from a near-death experience.
It’s one of life’s biggest mysteries: what does it really feel like to die? Oz investigates the final seven minutes before death and asks the question: if we faced the possibility of dying tomorrow, how would that help us to live our lives today?
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