Dr. Oz defines a silent heart attack and its symptoms. Plus, a viewer shares her experience of surviving one.
Dr. Oz and Dr. Soma Telani discuss the risk factors for silent heart attacks including high blood pressure, high cholesterol and smoking.
Dr. Oz and Dr. Telani discuss how studies suggest silent heart attacks are more common in women. Learn why women have atypical heart attack symptoms like nausea, stomachaches and dizziness.
Dr. Oz explains the innovative technology that uses a camera to fill in the sparse areas that are otherwise blurred to people with problems with their sight.
Watch as a legally blind man is able to see the faces of his children for the first time with the help of eSight glasses.
Dr. Oz is joined by his daughter Daphne and granddaughter, Philomena, to celebrate her first birthday. Plus, Daphne shares what has been the biggest challenge of motherhood.
Daphne Oz and her daughter visit Dr. Oz on set. Plus, see the sweet surprises they received for her birthday!
Dr. Oz shows how unusual thirst is a sign of high blood sugar because if you have high sugar levels, your body craves water to balance out the ratio of sugar to water.
Dr. Oz and Dr. Tanzi discuss the connection between dry skin and diabetes and why it’s important for diabetics to moisturize their skin.
Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi describes the best foods to eat, skin-care routines to follow and bathing habits people with diabetes should practice to avoid dry skin.
You could have a heart attack and not know it! A third of heart attacks have symptoms that go unrecognized by you and oftentimes your doctor. Dr. Oz shows you how to spot the subtle warning signs that every woman should know.
From battling joint pain with natural remedies to curbing a hangover, Dr. Andrew Weil reveals holistic ways to heal what ails you.