What will you accomplish over the next 10 years? Come along with us as we celebrate season 10.
Mark Schatzker investigates what’s behind the world’s chocolate shortage and what farmers are doing to counter this crisis. Plus, Dr. Oz shares the numerous health benefits of eating chocolate.
Food journalist Mark Schatzker explains how chocolate is made from cacao beans and what’s really inside milk chocolate and dark chocolate.
Dr. Oz and core expert Mark Schatzker reveal how much chocolate you can have each day and what to look for on the chocolate label, including what percentage of cocoa to look for.
Do you think dark chocolate is too bitter? Pastry chef James Distefano shares three ways to cook with it without any added sugar and still enjoy its taste and health benefits.
Viewer Michelle joins Dr. Oz to share her personal experience using online dating apps and Dr. Oz reveals one of the rules of attraction that you don’t always get with dating apps.
Core expert Jenna Wolfe tests audience member Ben’s sense of smell and Dr. Oz explains how your nose can help you in the dating game.
To prove the adage, “love at first sight,” core expert Jenna Wolfe conducted a speed-dating experiment with four men and four women who were blindfolded. Find out what happens!
A day after Toni and Charles met at Jenna Wolfe’s speed dating experiment, they finally get to see what the other person looks like. Watch their first look and find out what they enjoyed about connecting over conversation first.
Meet Virsaviya, a young girl born with a rare, life-threatening condition that causes her heart to protrude outside her chest. Find out how she and her mom are living life to the fullest despite her condition.
Unlike most 6-year-olds, Virsaviya was born with her heart outside of her chest. Dr. Oz explains the science behind this rare condition called pentalogy of Cantrell.
Airline secrets exposed: from the safest place to sit to how much time you have to put an oxygen mask on.