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1 in 5 Americans have used synthetic drugs, such as flakka. Journalist and host of Weediquette, Krishna Andavolu explains what flakka is and why it can be more dangerous than other illicit drugs such as cocaine and heroin.
Dr. Oz and journalist Krishna Andavolu demonstrate how flakka triggers an explosive reaction in the brain. Then, Andavolu identifies additional risks of consuming flakka and DEA agent Lou Milione reveals how people are getting the designer drug.
DEA special agent Lou Milione explains how designer drugs like flakka are imported legally and marketed to children. Then, he discusses how its use affects communities around the country.
Also known as K2 or spice, synthetic marijuana can be up to 85 percent more potent than actual cannabis. Guest Owen shares his personal experience with the drug and journalist Krishna Andavolu discusses why this synthetic drug is so powerful.
Krishna Andavolu, the host of Viceland’s Weediquette, explains why users may prefer synthetic marijuana over cannabis. Then, guest Owen discusses how easy it is to buy these drugs online and what made him finally get sober.
Lou Milione, a special agent for the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), explains how designer synthetic drugs are marketed and sold online. Plus, Dr. Oz discusses why he supports monitoring children’s online activities.
Dr. Oz shows guest Geralyn how to use parental control software to block designer drug websites online. Plus, DEA agent Lou Milione and Dr. Oz present an example of drug packaging to watch out for.
Preacher and motivational speaker DeVon Franklin weighs in on guest Lori and Ron’s conflict and discusses how parental fighting can affect a child.
Meet Lori and Ron, who are happily married with two young children. They open up about their son who is overweight and why they don’t see eye to eye when it comes to helping him with his overeating.
In an exclusive sneak peek, Dr. Oz reveals the 5 healthiest and unhealthiest states in the latest Gallup-Healthways yearly well-being index report.
It’s one of the most dangerous drugs to hit the streets in years: it’s ten times more potent than cocaine and it makes people think they’ve got super-human strength. We investigate the designer drugs popping up and how to protect your loved ones.
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