DR. OZ Show Listings: Week of September 9
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, SEPTEMBER 9, 2013
Then, Dr. Oz gets serious with Wayne Brady, as the multi-talented actor and comedian opens up about his childhood battle with social anxiety. Wayne discusses how he overcame his condition, and then plays a game to match other iconic talk show hosts with a personal condition they've dealt with. From Barbara Walters to David Letterman, Wayne has 60 seconds to put the answers together and then Dr. Oz explains each health problem.
Dr. Oz talks about one of the most common and painful conditions women get – fibroids. You can tell if you have fibroids by the sound of your pee and Dr. Oz shows you why with musical instruments.
Later, YouTube sensation GloZell takes the stage to discuss her extreme food challenges. Dr. Oz explains the dangers of her food challenges and touches upon urban legends.
He tops off the hour with the number one way to kiss your cold sores goodbye, and the game "Which is worse?"
Steven talks about when he knew he hit rock bottom, and checked himself into The Betty Ford Center. He credits Physician Director of The Betty Ford Center, Dr. Harry Haroutunian, with helping him recapture his life. Dr. Haroutunian shares how Steven has written the foreword to his new book Being Sober, and explains the message he wants readers to take away. Then, Dr. Oz addresses Steven's serious throat problem and informs the guests about how vocal cords work.
Later, it's Dr. Oz undercover! Can he convince you to choose shoe comfort over fashion? He reached out to podiatrist Krista Archer to help find shoes that not only feel good, but look good too.
Dr. Oz shares why coffee makes you jittery, and asks viewers to show him their best rock health moves.
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.
Then, it's time to learn to love your natural hair. Leading stylist and owner of a natural hair salon, Marie Simone joins Dr. Oz to talk about how she's leading the charge in the natural hair movement. You won't want to miss how to take the 10 second healthy hair test.
Later, Dr. Oz explains how women can effectively stop yelling at their families and get people to listen more. Clinical psychologist and television personality from The Real Housewives of New Jersey Dr. Venus Nicolino (Dr. V.) provides tips, specifically on how to be a better listener in order to be heard.
After, Dr. Oz covers the organ you can diagnose in your mirror – thyroid, and teaches you how to bounce off the pounds with the hottest new workout in the country – the mini-trampoline workout.
Next, if your meds are blowing your budget, Dr. Oz has the solutions that could give you free prescriptions. Consumer expert Elisabeth Leamy has done all the work for you and discusses how many people are eligible for prescription drug programs.
Later, Dr. Oz welcomes America's most controversial dance mom Abby Lee Miller to cover everything you need to know about dancers and blisters. She shares her Abby Lee Emergency Kit to prevent blisters before they start. Dr. Oz and Abby talk about her newest show Abby Lee's Ultimate Dance Competition, and her dancers join Dr. Oz to take a dance lesson.
Is the weight of your purse weighing down your health? Dr. Oz sent Billy Eichner from Fuse TV's Billy on the Street to find out, what's in your purse?
After, Dr. Oz reveals the start of a brand new segment "My Find of the Week" where his finds are cheap and make life easier.
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