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Dr. Oz remembers one of the largest mass deaths in history, the Jonestown massacre. Crime correspondent Melissa Moore shares U.S. Congresswoman Jackie Speier’s near-death experience and breaks down the allegations against cult leader, Jim Jones.
Jackie Speier opens up about her mission and the fears she had about going to Jonestown. Then, she shares the profound letter she wrote to her parents before her trip and her first impressions of cult leader, Jim Jones.
Jackie Speier describes how she found out people were being held in Jonestown against their will, and shares the moment she, Congressman Ryan, and those trying to escape the cult were attacked on the tarmac. Find out why she’s lucky to be alive.
Investigative reporter Mara Schiavocampo goes undercover to expose retailers’ underwear return policies. Then, obstetrician-gynecologist Dr. Evelyn Minaya explains how easily underwear can become contaminated without being previously worn.
Dr. Evelyn Minaya shares the most common bacteria found in newly purchased underwear and explains its potential health complications. Plus, she expresses her concern about what else could be lurking in your underwear, like fungus and even HIV.
Dermatologist Dr. Jeanine Downie explains why sheet face masks are so popular and reveals their active ingredients. Find out how to ensure you are purchasing a product that you can trust.
Dr. Oz reveals the results of a sheet face mask experiment with two real women. Find out what the evidence showed. Then, Dr. Jeanine Downie reveals what ingredients to look for when buying a sheet mask to reap the most benefits.
Dr. Oz puts a trendy foot mask to the test. Then, beauty expert Val Greenberg shares how these dead skin foot peels became so popular and explains the three-step process that makes them work.
Dr. Oz and Val Greenberg examine the feet of guests who tried a trendy foot peel for the first time. Plus, Greenberg shares how long the results last and recommends a tool to expedite the process.
The unbelievable story of Congresswoman Jackie Speier’s ordeal when she went to Jonestown to investigate Jim Jones, who was responsible for the deaths of over 900 people. Plus, we investigate if stores are still selling dirty underwear.
New information on the unsolved murders of two girls.