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Would you know if the doctor you trusted with your life was on the verge of suicide? Guest Janae speaks out about her husband John, a physician who took his own life two years ago.
Guest Janae reveals how she told her children that their father and her husband, John, had passed away. Then, she explains why the details she learned after John’s death made things worse.
Dr. Oz discusses the traits he noticed in his own close friends who had committed suicide. Then, Dr. Pamela Wible, an advocate for physician suicide awareness, opens up about her firsthand experience with depression and suicidal thoughts.
Author Kathy Freston reveals what "clean" protein means and unveils her top protein picks, including pea protein powder and red lentils. Find out what makes them stand out from other popular proteins, such as meat and dairy.
Author Kathy Freston explains the benefits of red lentils and her favorite way to enjoy them. Then, Freston reveals her top clean protein pick. See what Dr. Oz’s Bite Club members think!
From anorexia to codependency, comedian Whitney Cummings opens up about her multiple health struggles and talks about her unique "release and cry" approach to self-healing.
Comedian Whitney Cummings describes the symptoms of her eating disorder, her rock-bottom moment, and how she started to overcome her self-destructive habits. Plus, she reveals the key phrases that help her say no to others when necessary.
Have you invented a new health product? Did you create a new food craze? Do you have a vision you want to bring to life? Learn how you can submit your idea and enter for a chance to be on The Dr. Oz Show!
Robyn Symon, the director of the documentary "Do No Harm," reveals why she started investigating the impact of physician suicides and how you can start a dialogue with your own doctor.