What will you accomplish over the next 10 years? Come along with us as we celebrate season 10.
In an exclusive interview, the first person to have had 14 worms in her eyes shares her story. Guest Abby opens up to Dr. Oz about how she helped crack her own medical mystery.
Dr. Oz and guest Abby demonstrate how Abby pulled out worms from her eye. Then, Dr. Oz explains how worms can damage the eye and lead to vision problems.
When guest Abby discovered worms in her eye, she sought medical help. Infectious disease specialist Dr. Erin Bonura and parasitologist Dr. Richard Bradbury of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) discuss how they responded.
Parasitologist Dr. Richard Bradbury reveals how his team solved the mystery of Abby’s eye worms. Then, guest Abby and Dr. Oz explain how Abby may have contracted the worms in the first place. Plus, Dr. Bradbury shares what viewers need to know.
Dr. Oz's daughter Arabella Oz stars in the new film, "When the Starlight Ends". She stops by to share a first look and reveals the interesting twist behind the movie's love story.
Watch a sneak peek of Arabella Oz’s new movie, “When the Starlight Ends.” Then, Arabella Oz weighs in on the movie’s themes of relationships and self-love.
Go-to tester Rhenotha shares her opinion of Arabella Oz's new movie, "When the Starlight Ends." Then, find out what happens in your brain when you watch romantic movies.
Dr. Oz's daughter, Arabella Oz reveals the ancient root powder that she adds to her cup of coffee and why she loves it.
Rhenotha says Arabella Oz's new movie, “When the Starlight Ends,” is a tearjerker but what does it mean when you cry during a movie? Find out what's happening deep inside your brain that triggers these emotional reactions.
You heard details from inside the jails where Louise and David Turpin are being held. Our investigation continues, uncovering never-before-heard details. Plus, an exclusive with the woman who had 14 worms in her eye.
Today in an Oz exclusive, Louise and David Turpin speak out from behind bars.