Are your kids getting their daily dose of vitamins and minerals? Find out how you can help your kids grow up to be strong and healthy eaters!
One in ten people may have a voice issue and not even know it. Dr. Steven Zeitels, who helped celebrities like Julie Andrews, Roger Daltrey, and Christina Perri get their voices back, joins Dr. Oz to talk about the asset many of us take for granted.
Voice surgeon Dr. Steven Zeitels explains how to recognize when you may have a vocal cord issue and how to take care of your voice before a problem arises.
Dr. Steven Zeitels, a voice surgeon, explains why humidifiers need to be cleaned regularly. Plus, he reveals why it’s important to get your voice checked, especially if you use your voice extensively.
Author and cook Nigella Lawson explains why she doesn't like to be called a celebrity chef. Then, she reveals the three Oz-approved ingredients that can enhance any meal.
Nigella Lawson demonstrates how to make Turkish eggs with Aleppo pepper and coconut milk yogurt and Dr. Oz’s Bite Club members weigh in. Plus, Lawson shares a substitute for poached eggs in this flavorful dish.
Nigella Lawson shows Dr. Oz how to make a sweet and tangy Moroccan vegetable stew with preserved lemons, one of her favorite ingredients. See how easy it is to prepare and why one Bite Club member loves it.
Nigella Lawson demonstrates how to make her chocolate mousse with an unexpected ingredient — olive oil!
When it comes to your skin, dermatologist Dr. Whitney Bowe explains why you should pay as much attention to your neck as you do to your face. Plus, find out what she recommends for fine lines, wrinkles, firmness, tone, and texture.
Don’t neglect your face and neck! Find out which healthy habits and skincare ingredients can help you look your best every day.
The voice doctor to your favorite singers is here. He’s taking us inside the vocal chords of one beloved talent. Plus, domestic goddess Nigella Lawson is here with a brand new twist on your favorite comfort foods.
Eight women found dead within a three-mile radius over a four-year span. We investigate.