Dr. Oz presents a timeline of the history of amphetamine and dextroamphetamine, a stimulant drug that fuels a $9 billion dollar industry. Then, guest Allison opens up about her Adderall addiction and addiction specialist Dr. Drew weighs in.
Guest Allison talks about her experience taking Adderall, a prescription drug used to treat ADHD. Then, she reveals her rock bottom moment and what made her give up the drug despite its initial benefits.
Dr. Oz demonstrates the chemical difference between Adderall and crystal meth and addiction specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky explains the various side effects of taking Adderall.
Dr. Oz and dermatologist Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi demonstrate how a skin ointment can lock in moisture and protect skin from water loss better than a water-based lotion or cream.
Guests Kimberly and Crystal share their secrets to relieving and protecting cracked lips and peeling cuticles.
Guest Crystal shares her hack for moisturizing dry hands and nails. Plus, guest Michelle reveals why she loves using ointment instead of lotion to treat her flaky skin.
Dr. Oz and dermatologist Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi reveal their winter essentials and what they always carry in their bags.
From applying sunscreen to wearing cotton gloves at night, dermatologist Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi shares the 5 ways you can nourish and protect your skin in the winter.
Carla Hall, co-host of The Chew, shows Dr. Oz how to grate cauliflower into a rice-like texture and make a quick and easy cauliflower risotto dish.
Celebrity chef Carla Hall makes a no-rice risotto with Dr. Oz and reveals how to choose the best wine for deglazing and the key to toasting nuts at home. Then, guests Michelle and Betsy put the risotto recipe to the test.
Millions of Americans with ADHD have been taking Adderall for years and are now facing scary consequences. Have we raised a generation of addicts? We go undercover to investigate the Adderall black market. You won’t believe what we discovered.
Academy Award winner Kathy Bates opens up like never before about her battle with cancer and the little-known disease she says no...