Currently in its third season, the Emmy Award Winning syndicated daily series THE DR. OZ SHOW is hosted by 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, JANUARY 23, 2012 - SHOW #3-087
“THE MOST UNDERPERFORMED SURGERY YOU SHOULD BE GETTING!”
If there was a miracle method that will help you lose weight, lower your risk of cancer and heart disease and reverse your type 2 diabetes overnight, would you be interested? There is a procedure that can do all of these things, and it’s called gastric bypass surgery. But, only one percent of eligible patients are having it done.
Today, Dr. Oz shares his views on gastric bypass and why he thinks it’s the most underperformed surgery. He also welcomes Dr. Marc Bessler, Dr. James Rosser and Dr. Denise Bruner to weigh in.
Then, does losing weight in your sleep seem too good to be true? Groundbreaking research shows that sleep deprivation may be the secret reason that you can't lose weight, which is why Dr. Oz has made it the fourth step in his Transformation Nation: Million Dollar You health challenge. The nation’s sleep doctor, Dr. Michael Breus, joins Dr. Oz to explain how decreased sleep affects your body and increases your appetite.
Then, Dr. Oz welcomes psychoanalyst and dream expert Lauren Lawrence to reveal what your most common dreams say about your health.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2012 - SHOW NUMBER #3-020
“DR. OZ’S BIGGEST ANTI-AGING HOUR EVER!” (R)
Age: you can lie about the number, but it’s written all over your face.
Today, for the first time ever on The Dr. Oz Show, no one will be able to conceal the real age of their skin, since nobody is wearing makeup. Dr. Oz teams up with dermatologist Anne Chapas and cosmetic specialist Paula Begoun to show audience member Megan (West Hartford, CT) how to turn back the clock with revolutionary tips on how to look younger. Dr. Oz’s anti-aging hour continues with Prevention magazine's hair and beauty expert, Jennifer Goldstein, who joins Dr. Oz to teach Ivelisse (Teaneck, NJ) three simple ways to age proof her hair.
Then, Dr. Oz introduces the lingonberry, a small fruit from Scandinavia that packs an anti-aging punch. Superfood expert and a doctor of naturopathic medicine, Pina Logiudice, sits down with Dr. Oz to help Theresa (Bronx, NY) and Michelle (Moorestown, NJ) to utilize this natural antibiotic to their advantage.
Not getting enough sleep? It's the number one reason you look older than you should. So today Dr. Oz has three cutting-edge gadgets to help you fall asleep faster in a game called "Spin It To Win It."
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 2012 - SHOW #3-082
“THE SHOCK THAT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE: ELECTRO-SHOCK THERAPY FOR DEPRESSION”
Millions of you are depressed and all too often nothing seems to work, not even antidepressants. What if there was a radical procedure that can help? Dr. Oz discusses the controversial treatment that’s making a comeback: electroshock therapy, now known as electro convulsive therapy. Dr. Oz goes behind closed doors for a never-before-seen look at ECT. The approved medical procedure has helped many – can it save you?
Next, it’s the answer to why you are so tired – carbohydrates. Dr. Oz shows you the best carbs to drop a dress size and get your energy back with audience member Anna.
Then, chef Rocco DiSpirito shares his fantastic fatigue-fighting meal.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2012 - SHOW #3-094
“YOU ASKED WHAT?!?? YOUR MOST OUTRAGEOUS QUESTIONS ANSWERED!”
Dr. Oz is tackling your most outrageous questions ever, and some are so embarrassing, we’re protecting their identities. Dr. Oz has all the answers, plus all-natural cures.
Then the audience does the unthinkable – they take Dr. Oz’s Underwear Test to find clues to their overall health.
Next, learn what miracles can be found in a bottle as Dr. Oz reveals pills to prevent embarrassing beauty problems.
Lastly, eating healthy food is one of the best ways to keep high blood pressure at bay, but a recent study found another great way to keep it low: home monitoring. Dr. Oz reveals his keys to monitoring high blood pressure.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 2012 - SHOW #3-074
“IS 40 TOO OLD TO HAVE A BABY?”
Today’s show will challenge women all across America to face the truth about something they often take for granted: fertility. Miraculous achievements in science have allowed many women to conceive far beyond their biological clock, but are they false promises? Dr. Oz is looking for answers to some controversial questions with a panel of experts: Jennifer Lahl, president of the Center for Bio Ethics and Culture, Dr. John Jain, an infertility specialist, Dr. Jennifer Hartstein, clinical psychologist, and Dr. Evelyn Minaya, OB/GYN. Dr. Oz is also joined by women from across the country to share their experiences and thoughts on when a woman is too old to have a baby.