DR. OZ Show Listings: Week of August 18
Currently in its fifth season, the three-time Daytime Emmy Award-winning syndicated daily series THE DR. OZ SHOW is hosted by the two-time Emmy Award-winning Dr. Mehmet Oz, trusted health expert, best- selling author, and world-renowned cardiac surgeon. THE DR. OZ SHOW is an entertaining, high-octane, multi-topic hour offering equal parts life saving information in an "embarrassment-free" zone and where nothing is off limits or out of bounds.
MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 2014
Are you the oldest, youngest, or an only child? Dr. Oz shares how your birth order can reveal a lot about your personality. He is joined by psychologist Dr. Jen Hartstein, who says birth order can also predict your health.
Then, Dr. Oz takes a closer look at zinc – can it really work to help stop a cold?
Chapped lips, dry hands, cracked heels – with harsh winter weather comes dry skin. Dr. Oz shares some skin savers to keep you smooth all season.
Later, personal trainer and talk show host Chris Powell joins Dr. Oz to show you how gaining muscle weight can actually help you lose some fat.
Want to know what to eat to lower your stress level? Dr. Oz wraps up the hour by sharing how you can lower your stress with a delicious cortisol-reducing food – dark chocolate.
Next, Dr. Oz sets the record straight about some of the most misunderstood foods out there – carbohydrates. He shares the facts about the healthy carbohydrate farro, and why you should add it to your diet.
Then, Dr. Oz addresses migraines and explains the everyday triggers creating the pain. Don’t miss his easy no-pill solutions to fight your migraine.
Later, Dr. Oz addresses a condition affecting nearly 120 million people – chronic pain. He shares 4 natural pain relievers and lets viewers in on how they can receive one of these natural pain prescriptions free!
Plus, Dr. Oz is reunited with former heart patient Kory Boglarski who shares his near-death experience and inspirational story.
Then, Dr. Oz shares the real reason you get mood swings. He examines the difference in mood swings of people from two different generations, and reveals his simple solution to help moods that he believes really works – passionflower tea.
Later, learn the best sex positions for people with back pain. Dr. Oz targets specific types of back pain and positions to alleviate it for men.
After, Dr. Oz is joined by choreographer Stepp Stewart, and discusses kids who give the darndest medical advice.
How do you know if the popular diet pills out there are actually safe? Dr. Oz weighs in diet pill safety with the help of a member of his advisory board, Dr. Gretchen Bosacker. They show you the different types of diet pills out there, and help you make the safest weight loss choices for you.
Next, Dr. Oz examines a tiny gland no bigger than pea that could be disrupting your metabolism – the pituitary gland. Learn the symptoms of a malfunctioning pituitary gland, and the best ways to reignite your body’s metabolism.
Did you know that one of the most important predictors of a long and healthy life is good balance? Dr. Oz gives you all the moves you need to follow to improve your balancing act.
Later, Dr. Oz shares tips to make your eyes look 10 years younger. Celebrity makeup artist Mally Roncal reveals the most common mistakes women make when it comes to their eyes, and the tricks of the trade to make your eyes look young again.
Next, Dr. Oz has the answers to what causes those painful migraines and solutions to make them go away. He shares the four triggers that can cause these headaches – including poor sleep and chocolate.
Later, it’s the curvy girl’s guide to the best fitting jeans with top plus-size fashion blogger Marcy Guevara. Marcy talks about the curvy girl fix for the stomach spillover, diaper bottom and more. Dr. Oz reveals tips on how to wear spandex without hurting your health.
Then, American grocer, chef and TV host, Produce Pete helps you learn about Dr. Oz’s new favorite find in the produce aisle – Japanese eggplant
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