A plan to recharge the body, reduce bloat and jumpstart weight loss; Tony Robbins tells how to get unstuck and live the life of one's dreams.
The sugar industry is caught in a 50-year cover-up that may have contributed to viewers' diabetes, heart disease and cancer; a man murders his wife for losing weight.
A woman tells of unexpectedly giving birth; how a woman can overlook a pregnancy; the Pegan 365 diet.
Corey Feldman is one of the first to expose pedophilia in Hollywood and gives a voice to many others who were abused as children; someone who says Corey has changed his life; the aftermath of speaking out.
Investigating brain-fog fixes, including the all-natural solutions and products promising to improve focus and memory; tackling holiday stress to enjoy the season without the anxiety.
Testing the most-pinned healthy foods hacks on Pinterest; twins Jenna and Barbara Bush reveal things about the White House they have never shared before.
Dr. Oz confronts companies that use his name to dupe viewers into buying bogus health and beauty products, and the government cracks down to keep viewers safe; a podcast may have solved the decade-old cold case of a missing schoolteacher.
The four questions everyone suffering from exhaustion needs to ask themselves; fascia rollers.
Why people take magnesium supplements; Anthony Anderson ("Black-ish") discusses Type 2 diabetes.
An online dater marries the man of her dreams, only for him to turn around and try to kill her daughter; spotting the warning signs of a sociopath; Bishop T.D. Jakes tells how to get out of a rut.
Ways to save time while streamlining mornings, shopping for food and preparing meals.
Barbara Corcoran ("Shark Tank") discusses sexual harassment; why the cases of missing African-American children do not get the attention they deserve.
The lost detective tapes about Corey Feldman's sexual abuse have been found and will be heard for the first time, identifying the person he accuses of molesting him; actress Patricia Heaton discusses being a real mom and a TV mom.
DIY fails: from kitchen disasters to health and beauty bungles; pioneer woman Ree Drummond's festive twist on comfort foods; two words that are hurting women everywhere.
Two more people say they were victimized by the man who actor Anthony Edwards ("ER") says molested him as a child; women who say they were sexually assaulted by massage therapists take legal action against one of the biggest spas in the country.
Insider tricks try to get people to eat more and spend more at the mall; germ-laden surfaces to avoid at the mall food court; Naomi Judd's battle with depression.
Women across three states say a prominent doctor used his sought-after treatments as leverage to extract sexual favors; a woman says her mother was the first victim of the infamous Hillside Stranglers.
A look at whether organic and omega-3 eggs are worth the cost; Suzanne Somers reveals all about "Three's Company" and the state of Hollywood today.
Former teen pop star Melissa Schuman accuses musician Nick Carter of rape; sexual-harassment victims take a stand while the accused see their careers crumbling; what should happen to people who are accused of abuse.
Possible toxic effects of hair treatments; safeguarding homes from burglars.
Some of the most common dreams people have, and what dreams can tell people about their health.
Witnesses discuss disturbing details about the murder of Laci Peterson and her unborn child; shopping for soup.
The truth about avocados; a new way to eat them; tools to reach one's full potential and stop self-sabotage.
Supermarket hot buffets; two women fight off carjackers; self-defense moves that could save one's life.
Women have reported being tortured by NXIVM, which markets itself as a self-help group but may be an underground cult in disguise; the sister of murdered actress Sharon Tate speaks out about a Manson family cult member who might walk free.
Leading brain-health experts answer questions about Alzheimer's; Olivia Newton-John discusses her second battle with breast cancer.
A young mom's baby is kidnapped right out of her womb and held for ransom; Todd Bridges ("Diff'rent Strokes") speaks out about the dark side of show business and reveals the abuse he suffered when he was 11 years old.
Some rich and powerful men in Hollywood, busted for criminal behavior, promise to clean up their act by going to sex rehab; what happens when one dies.
Secret ingredients for Thanksgiving side dishes; finding the right turkey; Valerie Bertinelli reveals her favorite healthy dessert.
The simple quiz that may reduce one's risk of Alzheimer's; kidnapping survivor Elizabeth Smart reveals her new mission.
Corey Feldman reveals another name in what he calls Hollywood's pedophile ring; what happened after he spoke to the LAPD; other former child stars are now coming forward.
An industry insider claims Charlie Sheen sexually assaulted Corey Haim when he was just 13 years old; Haim's mother tells her side of the story and points the finger at someone else.
A Denver high-school cheerleading coach is caught on tape forcing a teen into a painful split; shocking injuries uncovered; the healthiest, most affordable cheese in supermarkets.
Shady addiction-treatment centers turn a blind eye to drug use to keep patients sick in an effort to make a profit; unlicensed, illegal and deadly butt injections.
Greek yogurt; murder-attempt survivor Mary Jo Buttafuoco reveals the surgical breakthrough that gave her a reason to smile.
Ten triggers that may increase one's risk of developing Alzheimer's disease; Melissa Rivers speaks out on life after her mother Joan Rivers' death.
Benefits of drinking coffee; how to boost one's energy all day long; Gabrielle Union discusses her health struggle; Christie Brinkley gives anti-aging advice.
Former teen star Corey Feldman exposes Hollywood's dark side and reveals the secrets he's kept for 20 years: preteen parties, child predators and pedophiles.
An affordable, tasty fish; the dangers of trampoline parks.
The many benefits and uses of apple cider vinegar; the powerhouse vinegar that may be taking over; the mysterious death of 19-year-old Kenneka Jenkins.
Turning meals into Alzheimer's fighters; whether pumpkin spice foods are real or fake; the ultimate pumpkin dessert from Martha Stewart.
The biggest money-savers at local supermarkets; Monica Lewinsky's new anti-bullying campaign.
Zero-calorie foods; people disappear on cruise ships; Dolly Parton reveals her health battle.
Gas; the gut-healing food to fix the digestive system; Daphne Oz shares her family's remedies for the cold and flu; Hilaria Baldwin demonstrates yoga moves to boost immunity.
Getting the gut healthy and keeping the weight off; the elimination diet vs. the vegan diet; a newlywed is found with a gunshot wound to his head.
A healthy woman complaining of headaches suddenly ends up struggling to speak or walk; adding valuable time to sleep.
Bob Harper ("The Biggest Loser") discusses his heart attack; how teeth and earlobes may predict a heart attack; author DeVon Franklin talks about trusting one's gut instincts.
Food trends to help fight cancer; the new super green that fights disease; a veteran hacker reveals how easy it is to spy on people and steal their identities through the cameras on computers and smart phones.
A DIY mold checklist; YouTube comic Hannah Hart.
Clues that may lead to the killer of two girls; what is really in fast food, and which meals are healthiest to order.
A possible medical breakthrough for Alzheimer's; using a cell phone while on the toilet.
Anti-aging shopping list.
The breakfast combo that can boost metabolism; former "Real Housewife" Yolanda Hadid opens up about Lyme disease, divorce and betrayal; the underground world of the organ black market, in which people are murdered for their organs.
Deconstructing meatloaf and rebuilding it to become a protein powerhouse; Paula Deen reveals how she lost 40 pounds on healthy Southern comfort foods; Morgan Freeman on love, hate and faith.
A 16-year-old hires a hit man to kill her father.
The coconut oil debate; a new way to measure your health that may make your bathroom scale obsolete; how to determine if you are fat.
Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins of TLC discusses her health issues; celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson reveals workout secrets.
Questions loom about what motivated the gunman behind the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
Charlamagne Tha God ("The Breakfast Club Power Hour") reveals a breakfast combo that can boost metabolism; former "Real Housewife" Yolanda Hadid opens up about Lyme disease, divorce and betrayal; sex-crazed teachers preying on innocent children.
The show's undercover investigation exposes the ugly truth behind black-market beauty products that could make consumers sick; "Real Housewife" Teresa Giudice discusses her health and marriage struggles; putting 10 popular diets to the test.
Nursing student Maura Murray, age 21, vanishes without a trace; a revolutionary way to pain-proof the body.
The healthiest kinds of deli meat by brand; the Instant Pot.
Dr. Oz and his wife tackle the biggest everyday health myths; Martha Stewart shows how to master a slow cooker.
An everyday mom pays the ultimate price for starting to bulk up on a mix of protein-rich foods; the family of a young man who committed suicide after receiving a string of disturbing text messages from his girlfriend speaks to Dr. Oz.
Daphne Oz and Hilaria Baldwin show how they put sugar on the sidelines without sacrificing taste; "Real Housewife" Tamra Judge reveals how years of fun in the sun almost killed her.
Dr. Oz's daughter, Daphne, interviews him about his new project; Nancy Grace sounds the alarm on a frightening reality that is happening at top-notch hotels.
An at-home quiz to find out one's thyroid speed and what it means; TV host Maria Menounos reveals the devastating diagnosis she never expected.
Montel Williams discusses a bold, controversial potential solution to the opioid crisis.
An interview with Ivanka Trump, daughter of Donald Trump.
Whether chicken meat is dangerously chlorinated; three of the biggest chicken producers in America answer questions; whether boxed macaroni and cheese is safe.
O.J. Simpson gives a message to Dr. Oz from behind bars; Simpson's final weeks in prison; Fred Goldman speaks out on the release of the man he says murdered his son, Ron Goldman; a woman who says she is terrified of O.J. walking free.
Alzheimer's prevention; a quick at-home test to determine one's risk; TV Judge Glenda Hatchett discusses her daughter-in-law's death after childbirth.
A busy mom gets a flat abdomen after having four babies; what earwax can say about health.
A hidden cause of bloat, exhaustion and other health issues; at-home beauty masks.
Grilling fish, meat and vegetables; three ways to calm down and take back control at work; Cesar Millan decodes dogs' body language.
The kinds of coffee with the most health benefits; what one's favorite cup of coffee says about one's personality.
What really goes on in backroom spas and massage parlors; women who have been sexually assaulted take a stand against male sexual aggression.
A fatigue-fighting jumpstart; revving up a diet to burn more fat; three metabolism-boosting foods.
Testing diets advertised on the internet; pork rinds; new health food trends; three new "brain foods."
Surviving a near-fatal hit-and-run with less than one percent chance of making it; people who have crossed over to the other side; the "Slender Man" stabbings.
Egg myths that cost money; Morris Chestnut's secrets to firming up fast; hidden dangers in healthy foods make people gain weight.
Hot sauce may help in weight loss; the Motorcycle Medium reads for the audience.
Losing fat without starving; sunscreen myths; five natural home remedies for sunburns and summer heat rashes.
A closer look at frozen diet dinners, fast-food chicken sandwiches and chain-restaurant salads; how much couples should share in the bathroom.
Getting enough protein, a major building block to a healthy body; making plant protein taste good; Michael Strahan ("The 100,000 Pyramid") puts Dr. Oz to the test.
Taste-testing ice cream brands less than 300 calories per pint; protecting oneself from bedbugs and beach lice; whether chemical-free bug sprays work.
Talk show host Iyanla Vanzant; using the nose to increase energy, reduce stress and lose weight.
Whether the season of one's birth can have an influence on health throughout one's life.
Whether antibiotics being sold over the counter at local delis around the country are real or counterfeit; Natalee Holloway's mother tells about coming face to face with the man many believe killed her daughter.
Salt in foods one would not suspect; how to kick a salt habit without sacrificing flavor; the ultimate Mediterranean diet shopping list.
Pill-free solutions to back pain.
A quiz to determine acid-reflux type; customized acid-reflux detox; the cast of "Growing Pains" pays tribute to Alan Thicke.
Using tea to lose weight quickly; model Ashley Graham discusses beauty, confidence and body shaming.
Dozens of people say they know who people see when they die; Jaycee Dugard discusses being held captive for 18 years and how she helps others overcome their pain.
An orange-juice buying guide; a three-day guide to losing water weight.
Test subjects try to eat healthy on just $4 a day.
A 10-day tummy detox to get rid of constipation and get the digestive system moving again; "Fast & Furious" star Paul Walker's mother and brother speak out.
An at-home cancer treatment being sold online literally rots out people's skin, leaving them disfigured, with gaping holes in their bodies.
Scammers rip off women whose hair is thinning; Kim Goldman speaks out against O.J. Simpson getting out of prison when he is up for parole.
Whether nuts are healthy or not; a one-day reset plan to get health back on track for the rest of the week.
Dr. Oz and wife Lisa Oz discuss health myths.
Women report weight-loss success with the help of grapefruit; Joely Fisher discusses the death of her sister, Carrie Fisher.
Foods that may have the potential to cut a person's risk of getting Alzheimer's disease; Kelly Osbourne reveals the illness she has been battling for 10 years.
Fast-food wrappers may contain dangerous chemicals; two of the nearly 60 women who have come forward saying Bill Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted them discuss what happened.
An investigation into junk food packaged in 100-calorie portions; a one-week plan to beat bloat for a flatter belly.
Fat bombs for weight loss; actor Alec Baldwin.
A sandwich restaurant chain is accused of selling chicken sandwiches containing just 50 percent chicken; Dr. Conrad Murray discusses Michael Jackson's death.
An unusual fish; Randy Jackson discusses diabetes; Sherri Shepherd talks about the disease she won't let destroy her.
How to lose 10 pounds in 10 weeks; a former sex slave who survived being abducted at just 15 years old.
Bob Harper ("The Biggest Loser") discusses the condition he did not know he had, just three months after a near-fatal heart attack.
Preventing a heart attack; DeVon Franklin offers advice for couples in crisis.
Oprah Winfrey discusses her new film project; a former burglar tells how to safeguard a home; Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent show how to transform a home on a budget.
Getting the most bang for a buck at big-box stores; basing diet on personality.
Ground zero of the heroin epidemic; Nancy Grace discusses Casey Anthony.
What may be added to pork; keeping family finances in check.
The creator of the brain-boosting "bulletproof coffee" returns with more simple ways to sharpen the mind and improve the mood; a new ingredient to add to coffee to curb hunger; the simple trick that can turn bacon into brain food.
What happens in the final seconds of life; a woman says she stared death in the face and came back; a doctor has seen thousands of deaths; the former district attorney who tried the "Making a Murderer" case.
Whether breakfast should be eaten or skipped; what people have been told about flossing may be wrong.
A 28-day food plan to boost thyroid activity; Mama June reveals her new figure and how she did it.
Foods that fight aches and pains; Bethenny Frankel ("The Real Housewives of New York") talks about the secret health scare that sent her to the hospital multiple times.
A new study on cervical cancer; the top four signs of cervical cancer every woman should know.
Uncovering the truth surrounding fake foods in restaurants and how to avoid them.
An investigation reveals what's really inside sausage; Tamar Braxton and her husband, Vince, share two huge announcements.
Martha Stewart discusses anti-aging, anti-boredom and a healthier way to bake brownies.
Actress Keke Palmer reveals the truth behind her struggles with anxiety and depression.
Healthy foods that may be to blame for not losing weight; fruit and dieting; new food rules to help you lose weight.
Why potatoes are a nutritional powerhouse; how to enjoy them without spiking the blood sugar; Tia Mowry opens up about her secret struggle with diet pills.
The Whole 30 diet plan; ballerina Misty Copeland on breaking racial barriers and building a leaner, stronger and more graceful self.
Life and business strategist Tony Robbins tells how to build real wealth; a detective tries to solve the 30-year-old cold case of his mother's murder.
World-class gymnasts speak out about the sexual abuse they suffered from their team doctor while following their dreams for Olympic gold; Dominique Moceanu reveals what she witnessed.
Chefs Anne Burrell, Carla Hall and Richard Blais provide looks inside their personal refrigerators and talk about their must-haves; testing cellulite creams, clinics and pills.
Gayle King, best friend of Oprah Winfrey; detectives race against time to solve a mysterious abduction, find a missing person and stop a madman.
Bargain items at discount stores may be fakes; what three foods never to buy at discount stores; five supermarket foods chefs love; no-mess parchment paper chicken four ways.
The best times of day to eat to shed pounds; Leeza Gibbons tells how to win big after a life setback; crave-worthy salads.
Overcoming an "addiction" to cheese to lose weight and regain energy; cheese alternatives; NeNe Leakes reveals her newest age-defying find and puts the latest rumors to rest; "Dog Whisperer" Cesar Millan take on his toughest pet yet.
Taking a freezing-cold shower every day to lose weight and reverse disease; the underground world of fat fetishism, where women who are dangerously obese cash in on their fat to make money.
Regaining control of anxiety and worrying; why to stop checking email so much; de-cluttering and downsizing.
A healthy, low-calorie meat; a test for adult ADHD.
Decoding dreams to reveal what they may be saying about health; a sleep study; a family health crisis that made Katie Couric take a stand.
A three-day cleanse to boost digestion and restart the body; Veronica "Pooh" Nash-Poleate.
Counterfeit celebrity endorsements; Barbara Corcoran ("Shark Tank") confronts one of the scammers face to face.
How mold-removal services are duping consumers; water filters; vacuum cleaners.
An investigation into the safety of the bubbles in sparkling water; answering questions about death; a doctor says death can be reversed.
A teen exposes his mother's outrageous outbursts, bad behavior and epic meltdowns on YouTube; how to stop a meltdown before it starts.
Singer Ricky Martin; revving up the metabolism to burn more fat; "Long Island Medium" Theresa Caputo performs a spontaneous reading.
Why wealthy, good-looking Lyle and Erik Menendez murdered their parents in cold blood; an interview with the woman who was Erik's girlfriend at the time.
Shrinking the belly; getting rid of toxins in the body; busting sugar cravings.
America's Test Kitchen helps to create a family menu that has tasty items on it, helps to lose weight and is affordable: a week's worth of meals without the guesswork.
On a never-ending quest for perfection, a pair have had more than 600 cosmetic procedures to look like human dolls; a woman with 26-inch nails.
Diets promoted online promise dramatic weight-loss results; whether they are worth the time and money.
Why Scott Peterson killed his wife, Laci, and their unborn son, Connor; Nancy grace sheds new light on the case; Peterson's ex-girlfriend Amber Frey tells how she helped to convict him.
Eating fat to feel fuller longer and lose weight; a shopping guide to mayonnaise; the best butters to lose weight.
Amount of calories needed per day to lose weight; customized meal plans to jump-start weight loss; miraculous medical recoveries.
Personality quizzes reveal new things about oneself and one's health.
People who tested the new tumeric tonic, medicinal mushrooms, bone broth, probiotics and other health trends report their results.
New theories surrounding the murder of 6-year-old JonBenét Ramsey, 20 years ago; hidden taxes on everyday health products.
Makers of new types of bread say one doesn't have to cut carbs to lose weight; a forgotten food makes a comeback; Katie Couric reveals her new project.
Comic Sherri Shepherd discusses her health and her divorce and unveils her new wig project.
The truth about supermarket foods; alternatives to Greek yogurt; seafood and sushi; non-dairy milk options.
Statins; singer Kelly Rowland raises awareness of women's heart health.
Designer drugs popping up all over the country; the high-tech way to protect loved ones.
Easy ways to look younger; women who acted on their premonitions and how it ultimately saved their lives.
Anxiety and chronic worrying; astrology and health; Dr. Ken Jeong.
Veganism for beginners; biggest vegan myths; caffeine dependency.
Judge Marilyn Milian ("The People's Court") shares anti-aging secrets.
Dangers of e-cigarettes; inside the mind of the Craigslist Killer.
Julia Collin Davison ("America's Test Kitchen") shows how to make meals healthier, faster and more delicious; motivational speaker DeVon Franklin tells how to get a relationship out of a rut.
From hair extension disasters to eyelash horror stories: what's underneath the most popular beauty treatments, and the SOS guide to reverse the damage and help get great hair, lashes and nails.
The new silent epidemic of fatty liver, which can be deadly: what it is and how to reverse it before it's too late.
A new look into the most notorious murder case of the 20th century challenges the public's beliefs about the trial of O.J. Simpson and his guilt or innocence; other potential suspects in the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.
Shrimp and scallops have never been more popular, but seafood may be harboring a dirty secret that may be tricking consumers into paying more while destroying flavor and potentially affecting health; how to buy shrimp and scallops safely.
Medical phenomenons that are beyond scientific explanation; getting out of debt.
Probiotics are "good" bacteria taken to keep the gut healthy and stop bloating.
Consumers are duped and disfigured by cheap Botox injections and silicone implants.
Gaining control over cyber-spending; the largest technology show of the year; inside the twisted mind of the "Night Stalker."
Firing up the thyroid to boost metabolism and energy; a power-booster beverage; a mysterious health condition that causes weight gain.
Why some women do not know they are pregnant until they go into labor; reversing sugar addiction in 14 days.
Giving one's energy a boost; what the most successful people do when they first wake up.
Oprah Winfrey shares her lifelong project with the world.
Boosting brain health and improving memory and mood; Maria Shriver talks about preventing Alzheimer's disease.
A tasty meatless burger; shedding pounds while staying full.
DIY kits to solve beauty problems; tricks for thinning hair; make-ahead dinner ideas.
Doctors use ancient methods to control dreams in order to treat physical health problems; online dating horrors; make-ahead lunch ideas.
The intersection of medicine and religion; miraculous cures; how to define a miracle; intermittent fasting to lose weight; Daphne Oz's make-ahead breakfast ideas.
Harnessing the power of food to ward off cancer; athlete Tim Tebow.
Kate Gosselin discusses her ex-husband and her life as a single mother of eight children.
The signs of a ruptured brain aneurysm; a woman loses her life after ignoring the symptoms for weeks; actor William Shatner.
Crime reporter Nancy Grace discusses jogger abductions; a California woman goes missing while jogging; how to protect oneself.
Testing for germs on things the public touches every day; drugstore vs. designer makeup.
Singer Gloria Estefan discusses her family's health; Giada De Laurentiis makes tasty 15-minute dinners.
An investigative reporter uncovers ways to save thousands of dollars a year on health and hygiene products; 10 wellness trends.
The black market for ADHD drug Adderall; Carla Hall ("The Chew") makes delicious 15-minute dinners.
Actress Kathy Bates discusses her health; NBC's Tamron Hall talks about her sister's murder; chef Rocco DiSpirito prepares healthy 15-minute dinners.
Tapping into inner calm using ancient Ayurvedic techniques; a quiz to determine stress type; chef Anne Burrell whips up 15-minute dinners.
Dr. Oz debunks body myths, including diet myths that keep people from losing weight.
Actress Leah Remini tells what she uncovered when she investigated what really goes on in The Church of Scientology.
Weatherman Al Roker; a top chef makes comfort foods healthy; the best times of day to take medicines and vitamins.
Loni Love shows how to detox; diagnosing health by looking at a selfie.
Determining whether one is at risk for fibroids; comic Kathy Griffin.
The latest kitchen gadgets; food trends; musician Jason Derulo shows how to get flat abs; cool gifts with a Dr. Oz health twist.
Fox News' Megyn Kelly discusses Donald Trump, sexual harassment accusations against her former boss, the fight for women's rights and lessons learned.
Ways to prevent Alzheimer's disease in the kitchen, pharmacy and bedroom; an instant quiz.
How to take a turkey from frozen to golden; no-peel, no boil mashed potatoes; bread-free stuffing; making gravy taste great without a lot of salt; Daphne Oz provides baking hacks that even a non-baker can pull off.
Antibiotics in chicken meat; inside the farms that raise Perdue chickens; the right time of day to eat for maximum weight-loss results.
A neck adjustment is blamed for a young mother's death; a new synthetic drug taking over the streets and a new high hitting the suburbs.
How olives can keep one looking young; a carb that can reduce aging; women who make their children deadly sick on purpose.
Buying steak at the supermarket; why food is sometimes under-baked, over-roasted or burned; how to make a boxed cake mix healthy.
What is in sugar-free foods, such as yogurt and chocolate; Mo'Nique, J.B. Smoove and the cast of "Almost Christmas."
Former child stars Todd Bridges ("Diff'rent Strokes"), Dustin Diamond ("Saved by the Bell") and Jaimee Foxworth ("Family Matters").
What is really in fast-food breakfast sandwiches; Nicole Ari Parker and Boris Kodjoe taste-test the 10 most popular breakfast sandwiches.
A woman tells of someone attempting to steal her fetus from her belly; a young man who survived being ripped from his mother's womb tells of living with the anger of a violent birth.
Dinner shortcuts: supermarket-ready foods, boxed delivery meal kits, big-box store Costco.
The secret to eating more carbs without gaining weight; belly fat; Montel Williams tours a high-tech marijuana factory.
Musician Bobby Brown discusses a recent court ruling concerning the death of his daughter Bobbi Kristina.
Whether it is possible to make a frozen pizza healthier than a regular slice; what is really in frozen nuggets.
Investigating cleanliness and safety of popular coffee shops.
Testing and investigating popular brands of Greek yogurt; lowering one's Alzheimer's risk.
Chef Mario Batali helps to investigate pasta and advises on the best cheat-day foods.
Low-calorie chips; pumpkin spice.
How to find the perfect jeans size, the difference between expensive and lower-priced jeans, and how to prevent stress when shopping for them; Dr. Oz visits the set of "Dr. Ken."
A woman tells of being kept in a box, tortured and used as a sex slave for seven years, and how she escaped.
Three counterfeit-food scams; singer Jewel discusses homelessness and anxiety.
Granola may do more harm than good; whether the political candidates cause one's blood pressure to rise.
How to fall asleep and stay asleep; a new insomnia therapy; a quiz to find out if one is getting good sleep.
Three women say they help heal and channel loved ones who have passed; harnessing one's own intuitive powers; actress Candace Cameron Bure.
Actress Pamela Anderson; journalist Lisa Ling investigates emotional and physical health inside a brothel; how one woman survived life as a prostitute.
Actor Rob Lowe tells of the moment he saved his own life and shares his secrets for looking young; an irritable bowel syndrome quiz.
What it feels like to die; smartphone battery dangers.
A 4-year-old photographed in the back seat of a car with two adults passed out due to a heroin overdose; race and heroin addiction; Elizabeth Vargas discusses her alcohol addiction.
A woman meets two sisters she never knew she had; 16-year cancer survivor Fran Drescher.
Testing smart drugs' claims; women wrongfully accused of unspeakable acts, and the science breakthrough that freed them from prison.
Fiber-fortified foods; food allergy labels; a coffee taste-test.
Rachael Ray talks about a scary moment at home with her family; Lara Spencer ("Good Morning America") opens up about her unexpected surgery.
Weight loss breakthrough; cravings killer; three foods people should eat to reduce hunger; Teresa Giudice.
After witnessing a deadly car crash, a police officer says angels do exist; messages from angels.
A look at the murder of Washington intern Chandra Levy; Mediterranean diet.
Rotisserie chicken; food truths; ways to de-clutter and de-stress.
Reality TV star Kim Zolciak Biermann; personalizing a daily health plan; singer Kellie Pickler.
Combating the soaring cost of EpiPens; radio personality Charlamagne talks about his personal skin-lightening controversy.
Cosmetic surgeons Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif ("Botched") help people who were disfigured from birth or a traumatic accident; Daphne Oz puts a new spin on favorite family dishes.
Actor Corey Feldman; a man spends 10 years in prison for a crime he did not commit; antibacterial soap dangers.
What a cracker can reveal about one's health in just 30 seconds; new cancer research and therapy saves lives; the man who underwent the first successful penis transplant in the U.S. speaks out.
Personalized solutions for falling asleep and staying asleep; how to stop worrying.
What is really in pet food; feeding a pet table scraps; Naya Rivera ("Glee").
Actress Angelina Jolie files for divorce from Brad Pitt; people who say they have died tell what they saw, who they met and why they returned; dangers of adult loneliness.
David Smith's ex-wife straps their sons into her car and rolls it into a lake; Jason Sheats watches his wife open fire on their two daughters.
Big names in food provide ways to save time, money and calories on meals.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta tells how to protect oneself from the Zika virus; the heroic team of doctors from the Orlando nightclub shooting gets a surprise reunion.
Dr. Oz sits down for a one-on-one interview with President-elect Donald Trump; in a no-holds-barred conversation, he asks about security, finances, access to jobs and Trump's vision for America's health.
Dr. Oz kicks off his new health program, The Regimen; D.J. Khaled discusses the keys to success.
Early detection and prevention of Alzheimer's disease; a study on women's health.
Women who have lost their children to violence meet mothers of slain police officers.
"Property Brothers" Drew and Jonathan Scott tell how to make inexpensive health improvements to a home; dogs detecting cancer.
The only cleanse one will ever need; actress Marilu Henner reveals an anti-aging beauty secret.
What is found on summer fruits, even after washing them; 10 reasons for back pain and how to beat it.
Fatty liver disease; restaurant chains make changes to please consumers.
People who work behind the scenes at restaurants discuss unsanitary conditions; freaky food facts.
Washing jeans, hair and bed sheets; hacks for cleaning household items.
Bizarre things people eat to lose weight; the dark side of some diets; a girl sleeps for 64 days straight.
How to reverse years of sun damage; protecting the skin; new summer food finds.
How to lose weight; a woman goes from 500 pounds to her best body ever; hydrating with fat drinks.
A viewer undergoes an exam in the studio; how doctors think; what to ask at a checkup.
A woman takes an entire bottle of sleeping pills while she is asleep; how to fall asleep anywhere; whether spouses should sleep in different beds.
Vacation constipation; 66 ways to have a road trip that will not ruin one's diet; Hoda Kotb ("Today").
Whether having a little bit of belly is OK; losing weight after having children; whether wearing stretch pants makes one eat more.
Doctors tell how to be a smarter and more-informed patient; Sheryl Underwood ("The Talk"); a woman goes from a heroin addict to a PTA mom.
Turkey vs. beef; whether "veggie burgers" are healthy; model Camila Alves.
Stores are designed to make consumers spend more money than they intend to; how to get a bargain; 50 ways to use avocados.
Reasons for exhaustion; foods that help fight fatigue; getting personal finances under control; getting real about money.
A new study raises questions about the safety of eating vegetable oils.
Internet scammers try to dupe people into buying faulty weight-loss pills and products; Alison Sweeney ("The Biggest Loser," "Days of Our Lives") tells of their use of her name to rip off the public and how to spot such scams.
A close look at beer, hot dogs and condiments.
Drastic price differences found for a month's supply of the exact same medication; what to ask a pharmacist to get a better deal.
A favorite health food may be laden with arsenic; a woman tells what life was like being raised by murderers.
Tricking the body into burning fat for fuel; taking teatoxing to the next level.
The food at gas station convenience stores; testing the air on planes; whether eating rare-cooked meat can cause road rage.
Telling good shrimp from bad; a rumor about calamari; chef Rocco DiSpirito shows how to satisfy sweet and salty cravings in less than 50 calories.
Entertainer Queen Latifah; cutting salt without losing flavor; coffee gut.
"Maple" syrup; "extra virgin" olive oil; whether coconut products heal the body.
Botched cosmetic surgeries; a woman has a tummy tuck and ends up with a softball-sized hole in her stomach; a doctor sends out gruesome, graphic images and live video streams of private procedures as they happen.
How three viewers lost more than 1,000 pounds combined, without surgery; flush drinks.
How to get maximum benefits out of healthy coffee; protein-boosted foods; blueberry muffins, cereals and yogurt.
Alzheimer's: prevention, an at-home test, and a pill; Maria Shriver tells of losing her father to Alzheimer's.
Contents of store-bought guacamole; low-calorie Margaritas; the best time to start a diet.
A man tells of his afterlife experience in hell; psychic mediums Char Margolis and John Edward tell how their powers work and how anyone can tap into intuition.
Women sabotage their health to achieve hourglass figures; green detox soup for weight loss.
Movie-theater dangers; Loni Love ("The Real"); health-food products; bacon makeovers; spoon hacks.
Singer Marie Osmond; Cleveland kidnapping survivors Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus.
Dangers of diet ice cream and frozen yogurt; the 28-day challenge to shrink the stomach.
A new way to diet; Montel Williams discusses insurance companies' refusal to pay for life-changing treatments.
The stars of "Growing Pains" and "Everybody Loves Raymond" and Danny Bonaduce ("The Partridge Family") discuss addiction.
Social experiments put unsuspecting people to the test; Montel Williams discusses a black bipolar patient getting shot.
Whether fat-free, two percent or whole milk is best; Dr. Ken Jeong; Kenya Moore ("The Real Housewives of Atlanta").
A mother tells how her health, marriage and life fell apart after she became hooked on prescription anxiety medication; hip-hop legends Salt-N-Pepa discuss power meals and Omega-3s.
Parents and surrogates reveal heartbreaking stories.
Where toxic mold may be hiding and how to stop it before it starts; Maria Menounos ("E! News") tells of weight loss.
When the size on a clothing label is a lie; alleviating back pain; ancient grains for energy.
Cameras uncover what goes on behind the scenes at restaurants; Padma Lakshmi ("Top Chef").
Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses health myths; ear stapling; TV personality Kristin Cavallari.
Holly Robinson Peete and husband Rodney discuss their autistic son; cutting down stress while raising a big family; an 8-year-old breast cancer patient; "Hungry Girl" Lisa Lillien shows how to eat "clean" and cut calories.
A mother says laminate wood floors made her children sick; the best options to keep a family safe; the Zika virus; safety and effectiveness of bug sprays.
Actress Cameron Diaz discusses living longer, being stronger and aging gracefully; an intervention for a woman whose heroin addiction has torn her family apart.
A five-minute early-detection test may determine a person's risk for Alzheimer's disease; Kimberly Williams-Paisley ("Father of the Bride," "Nashville"); a Food Truth investigation of delis.
Arianna Huffington tells how to get better sleep; a financial guru discusses mastering money; reality star Lauren Conrad tries out beauty and weight-loss trends.
Shaking a sugar habit while enjoying sweet treats; dangers of video games and smart phones; Jason Silva ("Brain Games") tells how to improve memory.
HPV dangers; removing a single word from one's vocabulary may bring a positive change in life.
Talk-show host Montel Williams; a teen pretends to be a doctor to rip off unsuspecting victims; a real doctor spends years giving rounds of chemotherapy to patients who do not have cancer; popular medical scams.
How to save money, dig out of debt and negotiate a lower credit card bill; Laura Prepon ("Orange Is the New Black") reveals a new detox for weight loss.
An unexpected ingredient in parmesan cheese; actress Debi Mazar and her husband reveal exotic, healthy foods from around the world; what a fitness expert eats all day.
Chris Powell presents a carbohydrate-cutting plan that does not take away all of the bread; fitness trainer Dolvett Quince ("The Biggest Loser"); 10 simple ways to add years to one's life.
Jennifer Garner ("Miracles From Heaven"); the girl on whom the film was based tells of her visit to heaven; actor William Shatner.
Whether flavored waters have more calories than diet soda; powdered peanut butter; a five-minute test for prediabetes; how to stop diabetes before it starts.
Magician Penn Jillette tells how he lost 110 pounds; skin-removal transformations; Shaun T's five-minute workout.
Sentenced to 35 years in prison for killing his roommate, former Army Ranger Gary Smith insists he is innocent, and new medical technology may clear his name; looking into someone's mind in order to tell if they are guilty of a crime.
The show investigates whether there is a link between eating carbohydrates and getting cancer; easing chronic constipation caused by eating a low-carb diet.
Radical ways to lose weight; "day-off diet" success stories from celebrities.
People who have returned from the dead tell what they experienced; Tyler Henry ("Hollywood Medium").
Toxins lurking in clothes; filmmaker Spike Lee ("Touched With Fire").
TV personality Montel Williams cautions parents about teen trends and pranks that can turn fatal; a man tells of losing his son to a deadly concoction; singer Ted Williams learns of a health crisis.
The five gut types and three simple ways to fix them to lose weight; hip-hop legend Russell Simmons tells how to live longer, and shares a vegetable recipe.
What to eat to get a flatter tummy; fast fixes for health issues; the power of quiet: breaking the addiction to always being busy.
Food dyes banned in other countries are still used in the U.S.; answers to food questions.
How to maximize weight loss and what to eat for one's body type; how jeans can make one look thinner.
Yolanda Foster ("The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills") discusses her search for a cure for her hidden disease.
A rancher who turned his back on the corporate beef industry; grass-fed beef; chef Rocco DiSpirito shows how to eat more healthily.
Detoxing with tea to lose weight; nontoxic scented candles; alternative sleep aids; the Brazilian blowout hair craze.
TV host Tamar Braxton discusses her blood clots and the night she was forced to leave "Dancing With the Stars"; actor Maurice Benard discusses his bipolar disorder and the time he got violent with his father.
Actor Charlie Sheen discusses disturbing rumors about him and angry texts he sent to his ex-wife and children.
Whether "Greek" yogurt is the real thing; the new pastas on the market; the new carbohydrate to help turn off one's hunger switch.
A hidden ingredient in barbecue sauce may be toxic to health; whether honey is really from bees; whether today's wine causes more hangovers than the wine of the past.
Dirty secrets behind the counters of mall food courts; Al Roker and Deborah Roberts discuss marriage; Coco Austin discusses motherhood.
NFL star and talk-show host Michael Strahan discusses his father's health scare; actress Shannen Doherty's battle with cancer and why she could not get immediate medical attention.
Seventeen years after the Columbine tragedy, Dylan Klebold's mother discusses raising a mentally ill child; advice for spotting a child in crisis.
Angela "Big Ang" Raiola ("Mob Wives") allows the show's cameras to follow her battle with stage 4 lung and brain cancer.
The medical scam of black-market butt-enhancement injections; diet soda belly; fitness enthusiast Shaun T. surprises Dr. Oz's wife with a one-of-a-kind workout.
The world may be running out of chocolate; healthier chocolates; a girl with her heart outside her chest.
The safest place to sit in an airliner; how to put on an oxygen mask; germ-infestated planes; personal trainer Jillian Michaels' weight struggle; a woman pulls off a great weight-loss transformation.
Charlie Sheen talks about the experimental HIV treatment he tried, responds to the doctor who told him he was cured, and opens up about a new, game-changing HIV treatment.
How to order the healthiest pizza; whether pizza boxes are toxic; chemicals in cookware; three health myths about cast-iron pans.
Putting negative-calorie foods to the test; eating cotton balls to lose weight; the feeding-tube diet.
A first-time mother tells of learning she was pregnant only one hour before giving birth; talk-show host Wendy Williams discusses heart attacks in women; a Hollywood couple reveal why they decided to remain abstinent until marriage.
Actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler discusses her multiple sclerosis; women who have lost half of their weight; Daphne Oz makes a half-calorie dessert and introduces the newest member of the Oz family.
Actress Susan Lucci discusses a serious family health issue and tells of the accident that almost left her disfigured.
A digital detox; removing fat without surgery or pills; fast foods get a healthy makeover.
The Zika virus: who is most at risk, and how to protect oneself; activist Erin Brockovich discusses a chemical she wants removed from drinking water.
A therapy for heartburn; how to stop people-pleasing; TV host Hoda Kotb.
A virus or infection may cause a mental illness; dogs sniffing out cancer and multiple sclerosis; unorthodox pastors give spiritual prescriptions.
Bizarre, obscure, out-of-this-world medical mysteries; a woman tells of life after death; a botched butt implant almost turns deadly; three things to ask a doctor before any cosmetic procedure.
Organization guru Peter Walsh tells how to de-clutter the kitchen, the bedroom, and one's life; the mind-body trick to change one's life and harness inner power.
What to do if one has a parasite; the self-proclaimed "fat dad and fat kid" take control of their health; singer Brandy discusses her health.
The secret to all-day energy; caffeinated foods; how to stop living from paycheck to paycheck.
What is in the tap water in Flint, Mich., that is making people sick, the long-term consequences and how it happened; environmental activist Erin Brockovich; the dangers of window blinds.
Life coach Iyanla Vanzant shows how to look fear in the face and conquer anxiety; dangers of baby bumpers; a doctor's simple technique for quieting a crying baby.
Media headlines attack salad; a legendary model with Alzheimer's disease discusses the frightening night she went missing.
Dr. Oz confronts actor Charlie Sheen with the possibility that he may have bipolar disorder.
Overcoming fear and turning stress into strength; two words that should be eliminated from the vocabulary; a man loses 400 pounds.
A mom tells how she hid her alcohol addiction while maintaining a "normal" life and what she did to get help; stopping impulsive online spending.
Whether the negative headlines about processed meat have any merit; why the FDA is cracking down on "all-natural" foods; Hungry Girl's 10 power-protein meals.
Actor Charlie Sheen discusses his HIV diagnosis.
Dr. Oz visits Charlie Sheen in his home to find out how he is doing since revealing that he is HIV positive.
Three steps to living a fuller and healthier life; a security specialist; Monica reveals the tragic moment that changed her life.
Sheryl Underwood ("The Talk") opens up about her health; moms say their children need marijuana to survive; Montel Williams' secret for living with chronic pain.
A plan to help stop insomnia; Candace Cameron Bure reveals how she avoids burnout; four reasons the scale may not be budging and how to fix it.
Healthy bread; a shortcut to picking the best nut butter; one change to improve sleep, skin, mood and weight.
Losing weight for good; flat belly foods; ways to become a fat-burning machine.
Homemade gifts; hostess gifts; Geoffrey Zakarian ("Iron Chef") reveals three things to know before starting holiday cooking.
Surviving the holidays; longevity breakthroughs; chef Aaron Sanchez ("Chopped") makes holiday punch; hangover cures.
An all-natural fix for mood, energy and sleep; Chef Roblé provides advice for holiday entertaining and tells how to make his dish featured on "Empire."
A quiz for fibromyalgia; back, neck and hand pain; Lisa Oz provides recipes to use when cooking for a crowd.
Easily reversing a sugar binge; Ree Drummond ("The Pioneer Woman") gives tips on cooking quick meals for a crowd.
An E. coli outbreak at a fast-food favorite and a big-box store; a deadly danger lurking in nearly every home.
Free, easy ideas that take the stress and anxiety out of the holidays; baking cheats; a healthy sangria; a secret ingredient.
A live exam room in the studio; binging before bed; how many hours of sleep one needs.
Sisters swap homes for the day; the secret to being just clean enough to feel happier and less stressed; unusual uses for everyday items; a fitness star shows an unusual workout.
Genetically modified salmon; singer LeAnn Rimes discusses her health.
Which fitness trackers work and are worth the money; eating well for only $4 a day; one word that hurts one's health.
Water pills for weight loss; cold dieting; Kim Fields ("The Facts of Life").
Amy Robach ("Good Morning America"); ways to save 15 minutes a day; ways to make the brain smarter, healthier and more efficient.
A remedy for thinning hair; hair dye; foot types.
A self-test; chef Giada De Laurentiis provides holiday cooking advice; three self-defense moves women should know.
Popular beauty items, cool gadgets and food ideas; a patient who changed Dr. Oz's life; Marlo Thomas' fight against cancer in children and her Thanksgiving tribute to Robin Williams.
Cane sugar vs. high fructose corn syrup; what happens to the body after quitting sugar; three natural sweeteners; NeNe Leakes discusses her health.
Things more important than a credit score; health advice from a hairbrush; being called the ugliest woman in the world changes a woman's life.
Triggers that may slow down the thyroid and cause weight gain; two weight-loss surgeries; Bishop T.D. Jakes discusses finding a true purpose and reaching life goals.
Omega 3 is being added to many foods; a 21-day plastic purge; shapewear, products and cosmetic surgery to get a bigger booty.
A former girlfriend and a personal doctor discuss actor Charlie Sheen; a world-renowned infectious-disease doctor answers questions about HIV.
What kind of turkey is best for one's budget; getting a juicy bird; whether stuffing or not stuffing the turkey is safer; cranberry sauce; low-calorie wines.
A test to see which customized meal plan will help one lose weight; at-home fixes for aches and pains; Paula Deen tells how she lost 40 pounds and how to enjoy favorite Thanksgiving foods while cutting the fat.
Country music stars ask questions about their health; singer Ashanti's water project; how to get things done without stress and anxiety.
Whether it is safe to eat food that fell on the floor; supermodel Christie Brinkley's secrets to looking great at any age; how long to stay home from school or work after being sick.
Zero-calorie foods; actress Leah Remini discusses her weight loss and Scientology; chef Nigella Lawson; new dinner side-dishes.
The pain medication addiction epidemic; actress Mackenzie Phillips; the juice to drink to relieve body aches.
Singer Bobby Brown talks about the loss of his daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown; an easy, delicious slow-cooker meal; psychic medium Laura Lynne Jackson tells what happens after one dies.
A plan to control cravings; smart gum is tested; juicing; exercise gadgets.
Starting the day like Michael Strahan; rice; headaches; spider and varicose vein solutions.
The amount of radiation that a cell phone and its case can produce; back pain.
Ways to survive the stress, weight gain and budget breaking of the holidays; Mo'Nique's secret to relieving tension.
Body-problem solutions; Lori Greiner's chemical-free cleaning ideas; gluten; grain-free solutions; three foods that taste like french fries.
Outrageous experiments disprove health myths; how men and women handle pain; a blood-sucking beauty treatment.
Beating belly bloat; microwaving one's armpits.
Rachael Ray provides an easy food hack with two nutritious sauces; her hot new "it" food; fighting colds and flu.
Clearing one's head from brain fog; fashion designer Donna Karan.
What people get wrong about the Paleo diet; classic comfort dishes get a Paleo makeover; shape wear and diet.
"Pioneer Woman" Ree Drummond discusses comfort foods; author Elizabeth Gilbert ("Eat, Pray, Love").
A surprising cause of exhaustion; making binge-watching favorite shows work for one's health.
Some farmers raise pigs using a drug that is banned in 160 countries; how to shop for the right pork; Dr. Ken Jeong ("The Hangover").
Two women spend three days carrying a human heart everywhere they go; statins.
Recipes to fight cancer-building cells; new supermarket must-haves; questions to ask before getting a prescription for painkillers; musicians Steven Tyler and Sheryl Crow discuss addiction; Patrick Kennedy.
Young adults are overwhelmed and stressed out with the pressure to be perfect; a social experiment to see if one can go five days without showering.
Almond milk and other nut milks; bread and Alzheimer's.
Queen Latifah discusses a health concern; a teacher whose quick thinking saved her entire class during the Sandy Hook tragedy.
A balloon procedure may aid in weight loss; getting rid of a double chin without surgery; why the ice-bucket challenge was worth it.
Ta'Rhonda Jones ("Empire") discusses metabolism and weight gain.
Claims of kale being unhealthy; female Viagra information; reviving a stalled marriage.
Cash vs. credit social experiment; one mom's debt relief plan; creative ways to stretch your dollar; sleep solutions.
Life hacks; smart solutions for everyday tasks; Morris Chestnut offers love advice.
Cold therapy for pain management; Lisa Oz reveals secrets from the Oz family kitchen.
The short-burst diet; "one-size fits all" clothing; side-splitting social experiment; Jenni Pulos.
How to recover from burnout; five questions to help someone be happier.
Helping a stranger in need; chef Michael Symon ("The Chew") makes a dinner with only five ingredients.
Reality star Whitney Thore defends herself from critics; accepting oneself at any size; how to handle common "now what?" moments, such as dropping one's phone into the toilet.
Drugs to make one smarter, more motivated and more focused; a woman who posted a photo of her children standing by the open casket of their father, who died of addiction; a new device that may save a drug-abuser's life.
Sugar in healthy foods; big food companies overhaul their recipes because of consumer demand.
A possible benefit of aspirin; an interview with the teen whose homemade clock was mistaken for a bomb; blood pressure.
Congress decides whether people have the right to know what is in their food; food companies eliminate GMOs from foods; Sandra Lee discusses her double mastectomy.
Why the taste of chicken has changed; the facts about what people are really eating and where it comes from; embracing emotional eating without weight gain.
Gluten sensitivity; gluten-free food; Wendy Williams tells what she ate to lose 50 pounds.
A Miss America contestant fights back against her critics; nurses speak out about why they are outraged.
Dr. Oz talks to the wife of a pastor who killed himself days after being outed by the Ashley Madison website hackers; discussing infidelity with a spouse; a pregnant woman's intuition saves her life; gut instincts not to ignore; saving time.
Dr. Oz witnesses the long-lasting effects the concussions from his football-playing past have caused; devastating damage concussions cause on a young brain; how to eat healthy; food that ends up in the garbage; using scraps and reducing waste.
Beating an energy slump; inhaled caffeine; coffee; the thyroid.
Musician Scott Stapp and his wife; longevity guru Dan Buettner recommends a menu for a long and healthy life.
A woman uses information she learned from the show to save a stranger's life; an updated version of CPR; a 5-year-old saves her family; crazy health advice; surfing the Web to self-diagnose.
Dr. Oz debunks summer health myths; pelvic exams; foods that benefit health; a cure for cracked, dry lips; keeping a kitchen clean and healthy.
Actor Hugh Jackman; a woman's journey to self-discovery; non-dairy milks; colds vs. allergies; children who won the Dr. Oz Show Science Fair.
Dr. Oz's father-in-law tells how to prevent cancer; Bob Harper ("The Biggest Loser") discusses motivation; going to sleep early; conquering a chronic cough; restoring the chakras to combat stress.
Summertime uses for everyday things; Olympian Amy Van Dyken discusses tackling setbacks; personality colors; the brain-freezing process Larry King intends to undergo; qigong.
Potentially dangerous habits caught on camera; Nick Cannon discusses his autoimmune disease; foods that cause inflammation; three pills every woman should have.
Transgender teenager Jazz Jennings; mood swings; health products celebrities use; uses for apple-cider vinegar; popular misconceptions about fitness.
A woman talks about being accused of poisoning her child; Daphne Oz accompanies her father in the operating room; five detox foods; the healing powers of cranberries; a woman overcomes paralysis and walks down the aisle.
Health fads; Dr. Sanjay Gupta tells an inspiring story of survival; making favorite foods gluten-free; stomach aches.
Conquering exhaustion; comic Wanda Sykes; anti-aging; back fat; chef Rocco DiSpirito.
Daphne Oz ("The Chew") and chef Michael Symon tell how to detox without breaking the budget; fast fixes for viral health problems; stopping caffeine from wrecking sleep; actress Marlo Thomas.
How and when to save and spend; four cancer symptoms; goji berries for anxiety.
How a group of women lost weight; adult ADHD; stopping snoring; heart health supplements.
An easy cleanse; Dr. Oz rides through a night shift with EMT first responders; comfort foods that burn fat; Dr. Oz's relatives; how family history can save one's health; a girl with cystic fibrosis.
Celebrity summer health secrets that actually work; prayer and holistic treatment; actress Annabelle Gurwitch; blood pressure; food-shopping like a health professional.
Sex therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer; warning signs of a stroke; dairy sensitivity; a viewer loses 200 pounds.
Being organized; artificial sweeteners; chef Geoffrey Zakarian; motivational cheerleaders with special needs.
Keeping secrets; over-the-counter acne medications; elevator phobia; Southern health-food.
Saving money while shopping at stores and online; Phaedra Parks ("The Real Housewives of Atlanta"); power protein; MUFAs; filmmaker Stanley Tucci; a gluten- and dairy-free Italian meal.
A young model disfigured by an airplane propeller finds the courage to face her fears; the rainbow juice cleanse; better sleep; a woman whose husband killed their children and himself; a doctor treats homeless patients free of charge.
ABC's John Quiñones; dealing with uncomfortable situations that could leave one's health in jeopardy; red meat; a blood test for heart disease; hair care; fans reveal how they solved health problems.
Travel scams; four "diet" foods that make one gain weight; beauty blogger Michelle Phan tells how to look younger; new uses for tea bags; the NFL player who donated an organ to save his brother's life.
At-home health tests; a wheelchair basketball team; a lack of willpower; psoriasis.
Treating common ailments without drugs; eating to prevent Alzheimer's disease; the e-patch; preventing and treating yeast infections; building strength and burning fat quickly.
Getting rid of everyday pains; Amy Robach ("Good Morning America") tells how to have high energy; TV personality Tamar Braxton and husband Vincent Herbert; chef Robert Irvine prepares quick dinners; over-the-counter solutions to health complaints.
Author Mark Hyman discusses reducing one's risk of Alzheimer's disease; mercury in tuna; weight-loss success stories; pushing through a plateau in a workout routine; cooking one's way to a "clean" body.
Viewers' health uses for everyday things; losing weight quickly; smart drugs to enhance memory; getting energy back and fighting off sickness.
Indulging on vacation without gaining weight; Patti Stanger ("The Millionaire Matchmaker"); walk-in medical clinics; chicken labels; beating fatigue.
Experts tell whether health behaviors are beneficial or not; cravings; dry skin; avoiding heart disease; strange medical conditions.
A fascinating condition of the human mind; smartphone dangers; chef Richard Blais discusses tricking the taste buds into eating less; tennis star Caroline Wozniacki's ways of staying in shape; being one's own chiropractor; healing pain without pills.
A spiritual expert says people who have passed on communicate with loved ones; a boy receives a letter from his late father; anxiety, sleep aids and Alzheimer's disease; fast solutions to food dilemmas; dark chocolate recipes; solutions to colds.
Bevy Smith ("Fashion Queens"); hypochondria; beauty advice from stars of social media; mood swings; remedies for painful foot problems.
Quick fixes for sunburns, blisters and bug bites; a simple meal plan for weight loss; a thigh and booty blast workout; psoriasis; a woman tells of finding the courage to fulfill her dreams from a jail cell.
A doctor tells how the gut affects one's mood; "Hungry Girl" Lisa Lillien discusses eating healthy while dining out; quitting bad health habits; picky eaters; a mystery ingredient.
A daughter of "the Happy Face Killer"; Daisy Lewellyn ("Blood Sweat and Heels"); what celebrities keep in their refrigerators; shortening the wait in the emergency room; delicious, one-minute meals.
Journalist Tom Brokaw; fake extra-virgin olive oil; body image and changing negative perceptions; the belly blues; love and the power to heal.
Comic Mario Cantone; why snacks seem addictive; nervous stomach; rashes.
A boy says he was reincarnated and lived a past life; organizing guru Peter Walsh; a viewer turns her health around; chef Sandra Lee; Reza Farahan ("Shahs of Sunset").
Viewers put an end to what scares them most; money anxiety; actress Mariel Hemingway; fear of going to the doctor.
Entertainer Beyoncé Knowles' fitness revolution; best friends behaving badly; Barbara Corcoran ("Shark Tank"); five-minute meals to fix stomach problems.
Bethenny Frankel ("The Real Housewives of New York City"); dangerous dog-foods; making green vegetables taste like a treat; skin problems; five surprising things that keep one overweight and how to reverse them.
Amazing weight-loss transformations; TV personality La La Anthony; turning the kitchen into a cancer-fighting powerhouse; coffee vs. tea.
Singer Kelly Rowland; Jacqueline Laurita ("The Real Housewives of New Jersey") discusses her 5-year-old autistic son's haters; a surprise for a viewer's mother; saving money; helping children to get organ donations.
Actor Hugh Jackman; a special mystery guest surprises Dr. Oz; memorable viewers reveal secrets to reclaiming health and getting a second chance; answers to embarrassing health questions.
Melissa Rivers discusses her late mother, comic Joan Rivers; back pain; quick, easy, healthy meals that can be eaten on the go.
A family becomes locked in a battle for control after a grandmother breaks her son-in-law's rules about what to feed his children; resolving family conflict; Brad Garrett ("Everybody Loves Raymond"); skin foundation; no-bread sandwiches.
The Pegan diet; NASCAR driver Danica Patrick; finding clothes that celebrate the body; stopping traps from sabotaging a diet; a couple's mission makes heart screenings possible for more than 10,000 children.
Dr. Oz comes face to face with a scam artist; actress Yvette Nicole Brown; chronic headaches.
Cleanses; Dr. Jenn Berman ("Couples Therapy") talks with Kandi Burruss ("The Real Housewives of Atlanta") and husband, Todd Tucker; popular new super waters.
Singer Tim McGraw; road rage; overcoming a sleeping-pill addiction; health trends from the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s.
A man publicly humiliates women to try to force them to conform to his idea of beauty; Lorraine Bracco ("The Sopranos"); a speedy money-saver; the importance of kindness and paying it forward.
Actress Mo'Nique discusses weight loss; chef Rachael Ray tells how to boost flavor without adding calories; a big spender is caught red-handed.
Non-food uses for sugar and salt; Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb ("Today") reveal uses for wine; health bargains; looking better in jeans; chef Rocco DiSpirito shows ways to use eggs; egg recipes.
Dr. Oz responds to his critics and discusses his position on the GMO movement and alternative health practices; health trends and hot topics; 911; staying young at heart.
Unusual sleep habits; preventing pain from keeping one awake; liquid meal replacements; some of the best new products on the market; plus-size models are on a mission to change the fashion industry.
Author Suzanne Somers ("Tox-Sick"); the best wines for health; polycystic ovary syndrome; a drill team marches to an inspirational beat.
A physician and the creator of Palcohol discuss powdered alcohol; Drs. Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow ("Botched") discuss Hollywood's cosmetic surgery disasters; radio host Elvis Duran discusses weight; new uses for everyday household items.
"Long Island Medium" Theresa Caputo; health secrets from places where people have lived to be over 100 years old; bridal weight-loss boot camp; Sam Heughan ("Outlander").
Trends and topics in health; staying healthy even while broke; a healthy food; undoing damage done by bad behavior; changing one's relationship with one's children.
Getting a good night's rest; accepting the body one has; credit-card debt and stress; getting a pet to a safe weight.
Worrying; a woman's journey to self-discovery; non-dairy milk; allergies vs. a cold; child science-fair winners.
TV personality Montel Williams discusses multiple sclerosis; five new health foods; charley horses; making the neck look younger; horses help at-risk youth.
Financial choices; Danielle Saunders; over-the-counter medication risks; flushing out excess salt.
Dr. Oz discusses singer Avril Lavigne's health; Hollywood health headlines; a guest's weight-loss story; Lori Greiner ("Shark Tank"); questions for doctors.
Giuliana Rancic discusses her latest health developments; naps; one-pot meals.
Learning how to outsmart identity thieves; weed killer warnings; "The Real Housewives of New York City"; things microwaves can do; milk labels.
Illnesses caused by toxic mold; Angie Martinez; Dr. Caroline Apovian; trainer Donovan Green.
People who accidentally overdose on over-the-counter pain reliever acetaminophen can end up with fatal liver damage; actress Debi Mazar; controlling drinking before a problem forms; at-home solutions for back pain.
Unusual food habits; how to stop worrying in order to get some sleep.
Personalized solutions can protect one's face from wrinkles, sagging and age spots; the best ingredients and foods skin needs.
A woman loses 800 pounds after she is found not guilty of murder; dangerous teeth-whitening scams; making home-cooked meals taste like restaurant food; a patient gets a second chance; dry skin.
How to eat carbs to beat carbs; Bruno Tonioli ("Dancing With the Stars") helps Dr. Oz to rate new celebrity health trends from actress Gwyneth Paltrow and entertainer Jennifer Lopez.
Claudia Jordan ("The Real Housewives of Atlanta"); Hollywood health headlines.
What to do in case a loved one suffers cardiac arrest; anti-aging products; viewers' unhealthy habits caught on camera; chef Curtis Stone shows three ways to bring joy back to cooking.
Some doctors prescribe medical marijuana instead of Vicodin, Oxycontin and codeine for chronic pain; pesticides in supermarket produce; knee pain; energy-drink dangers; the best products costing $10 or less.
Fructose intolerance; actor Tony Danza; hot health headlines; allergies; calcium dangers.
Medical experts discuss