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Investigative reporter Jeff Rossen talks to Dr. Oz about how to know if the lingerie you're buying has been worn before.
Dr. Oz explains how bodily fluids are transferred onto swimwear, underwear and any apparel after they’ve been tried on or worn.
Dr. Natalie Azar and Dr. Oz discuss why SNRIs and pregabalin are good medication options for patients with chronic pain because they're less addicting than opioids.
Dr. Azar explains why she believes treating pain should go hand in hand with addressing a sleep problem by doctors.
Dr. Oz and Dr. Azar explain that insomnia, depression and other stressors follow chronic pain. Establishing a mind-body connection can help relieve chronic pain and anxiety.
Dr. Oz challenged bakers to take their most popular recipe and replace white sugar with date sugar, coconut palm sugar or liquid stevia.
Dr. Oz explains how two teaspoons of stevia can be substituted for a cup of sugar when baking desserts.
Dr. Oz and viewers play Brain Game host Jason Silva's "What's That Phrase?" test. Plus, Silva explains how games like this help boost your memory.
Here's why you should string a list of names into a catchy jingle or song if you have trouble remembering names of new people.
Jason Silva explains the importance of being kind and taking long walks in the park to de-stress. Plus, find out how his smart phone expands his creative capacity.
Dolvett Quince, Tony Horton, Ruth Zuckerman and Tracy Anderson share what they eat for lunch in order to stay energized and full throughout the afternoon.