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Investigative reporter Elisabeth Leamy goes undercover with inspector Francine Shaw to find out if you should really be fueling your body in the same place that you fuel your car.
Investigative reporter Elisabeth Leamy reveals which foods to avoid at convenience stores and demonstrates how to minimize the spread of germs in convenience store restrooms.
Audience members share their gas station convenience store routines. Then, core expert Elisabeth Leamy explains why you should pay close attention to expiration dates and which snack is the safest option to buy.
Dr. Oz discusses the parasite found on a common food that can cause intermittent explosive disorder, which can result in intense outbursts of road rage.
Infectious disease specialist Dr. Dalilah Restrepo explains how toxoplasmosis has been linked to erratic behavior and why many people may not know they have this disease. Then, Dr. Oz demonstrates how toxoplasmosis can lead to road rage.
Dr. Oz explains how recycling air on airplanes actually works. Plus, flight attendant Caitlin shares the secret to not getting sick from your flight.
Is an all-inclusive vacation the best deal or should you pay as you go? Find out the pros and cons and see how much you can potentially save.
The food at gas station convenience stores may be easy and quick but is it healthy and safe? We investigate how to tell the difference. Plus, could eating rare-cooked meat give you road rage? We have the surprising answer.
Is the shrimp you’re buying contaminated? We investigate and show you how to tell good shrimp from bad.