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Dr. Oz recounts what happened to Michael Crowe, a young man who developed acute myocarditis, a condition where the heart becomes severely inflamed.
Meet Michael Crowe, who joins Dr. Oz in-person on set. He shares what he remembers about being critically ill and his personal perspective after making a full recovery from acute myocarditis.
Dr. Oz shares the story of Jeanna, who was bit by a wild bat and developed rabies, a virus that is almost always fatal without preventive inoculation. Then, meet Jaquie, who was able to walk again after a spinal cord injury left her paralyzed.
A spinal cord injury left Jaquie Goncher paralyzed from the neck down but miraculously, she recovered to walk, and even dance at her wedding. She walks onto the set to talk about her story with Dr. Oz.
Money coach and author Lynnette Khalfani-Cox presents a short quiz to help you determine your spending habits and shopping triggers so you can jumpstart your finances this year.
Are you an emotional, unaware, or a justified spender? Money coach Lynnette Khalfani-Cox breaks down the characteristics of each shopper type and the consequences to be aware of.
If you shop to de-stress or spend compulsively, money coach Lynnette Khalfani-Cox has three strategies that can help satisfy your emotions without hurting your wallet.
Money coach Lynnette Khalfani-Cox reveals how you can save over $2000 annually, why you should check your credit card bill at least twice a month, and how you can splurge and still save money.
Incredible stories of people who defied the odds, shocked their doctors and may make you believe in miracles. Medical phenomenons that are beyond scientific explanation. Plus, how to jumpstart your finances to get you out of debt.
Probiotics are the “good” bacteria that keep your gut healthy. But how much can they really change your gut?