DR. OZ Show Listings: Week of July 28
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, JULY 28, 2014
Are you one of the 30 million people suffering from acid reflux? Dr. Oz is joined by renowned integrative doctor and author Dr. Tieraona Low Dog to introduce the new scientifically proven natural cure for acid reflux.
Then, Dr. Oz is joined by friend, colleague, and Chief Wellness Officer at the Cleveland Clinic Dr. Mike Roizen to discuss the best Chinese herbal painkillers. Together they share the benefits of choosing Chinese herbs over more conventional medicine and the best Chinese herbs for chronic pain.
Do you have trouble focusing or have problems concentrating on what people are saying? You’re not alone. Dr. Oz is joined by one of America’s most respected journalists Lisa Ling to discuss the medical condition she’s just been diagnosed with – ADD. Together they talk about the difference between ADD and ADHD and offer tips for anyone who has been diagnosed.
Do you want a fast way to get in shape and stay that way for summer? Dr. Oz has a workout that can get you results in just 4 minutes a day. It’s called Tabata, and it’s taking over!
TUESDAY, JULY 29, 2014
Want to jumpstart your metabolism without breaking a sweat? Dr. Oz reveals his special summertime iced teas that can help your burn more fat!
Then, Dr. Oz is joined by 40-year beauty industry veteran and former Vogue Editor Andrea Robinson to share information that will change the way you buy beauty products forever!
Is the hot summer weather devastating for your hair? Dr. Oz shares tips on how to fix your worst summer hair disasters.
Later Dr. Oz is joined by former co-host of “The View” and author of the new cook book “It’s All Greek To Me,” Debbie Matenopoulos. Together they discuss their Turkish-Greek food rivalry and the family recipes in her new cook book.
It’s almost sandal season ladies –are your feet up to it? Dr. Oz is joined by podiatrist Dr. Krista Archer to share tips on what you can do to save your feet before summer hits.
Next, what causes you to break out in hives? Learn why it’s important to treat both the internal reaction and the external symptoms of hives.
Plus, Dr. Oz will show you four ways to fall asleep faster with life-changing before bed techniques.
Then, Dr. Oz shares that early cancer detection may be a simple bathroom break away. He shows you the three things you should look for in your pee to detect cancer.
Are the new green drinks really healthy? Dr. Oz weighs in on the benefits of the salad in a bottle green drinks and lets you know if they are helpful or harmful.
Next, Dr. Oz is making sure you don’t get duped by revealing common food label lies. He lets you in on the health buzzwords on labels that may be a scam.
How do you know which health apps really work? Tech expert and app creator Steve Greenberg joins Dr. Oz to discuss the best apps to cure what ails you.
Later, Dr. Oz shares the easiest at home workout – yoga. He explains how yoga reduces stress and shares some different yoga positions.
Do you have sweeteners in your kitchen? Dr. Oz reveals what he doesn’t want in your kitchen and exposes an all-natural sweetener that may be more harmful than regular sugar.
Could your breast pain be a sign of a heart attack? Dr. Oz shows you the difference between sore breasts and the symptoms of a heart attack.
Next, Dr. Oz is joined by one of m agic’s greatest illusionists, Andrew Mayne, to debunk some of medicine’s most controversial myths using magic.
Plus, are you addicted to your lip balm? Dr. Oz reveals why lip balm may not be helping your dry lips.
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