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Correspondent Carolina Bermudez goes undercover into New York City bodegas and delis to investigate the antibiotics being sold without a doctor’s prescription. See why one woman gets her medications this way instead of at a licensed pharmacy.
Investigative correspondent Carolina Bermudez explains how easy it can be to purchase antibiotics at a local corner store or deli. Then, Dr. Oz reveals what a genuine Amoxicillin pill, an antibiotic, looks like.
Dr. Oz and contributor Carolina Bermudez discuss the concerns behind over-the-counter antibiotics from other countries that are being sold at delis across the United States.
Dr. Oz explains why antibiotic use can cause more resistant bacteria and superbugs. Then, NBC News medical contributor Dr. Natalie Azar discusses the harm in purchasing antibiotics from your local deli.
The CDC estimates that roughly half of all antibiotic prescriptions are inappropriate or unnecessary. Contributor Dr. Natalie Azar offers three ways you can fight back against the rise of drug resistance.
In May 2005, 18-year-old Natalee Holloway disappeared while on a school trip to Aruba. Reporter Nancy Grace discusses why her story is still so captivating 12 years later.
Reporter Nancy Grace weighs in on the Natalee Holloway case. Plus, she and criminal psychologist Dr. Michelle Ward explain why they believe Joran van der Sloot is responsible for her disappearance.
Criminal psychologist Dr. Michelle Ward discusses the psychopathic behavior of Joran van der Sloot, the main suspect in the Natalee Holloway case, and the association between genetics and psychopathy.
Guest Beth Holloway shares what happened when she visited Joran van der Sloot, the main suspect in her daughter’s disappearance, in prison.
We go undercover to see where overseas antibiotics are coming from and if they are real or counterfeit. Then, 12 years ago Natalee Holloway went missing. Now her mom is speaking out about seeing the man many believe killed her daughter.
We investigate secret salt bombs hiding in foods you’d never suspect and ways to kick your salt habit.