Christie Brinkley tells Dr. Oz about trying to fit back into her jeans after being in quarantine for so long.
Christie Brinkley Reveals The Health Fear She Confronted During The PandemicChristie Brinkley tells Dr. Oz about trying to fit back into her jeans after being in quarantine for so long.
Busted! Dumbest And Clumsiest Robbers Caught On Tape!Dr. Oz reveals the hilarious caught-on-tape moment when a grandpa helped authorities catch an armed suspect by tripping him.
Daily Covid-19 Minute: Herd ImmunityIt’s been said that for this pandemic to be over, we need to reach herd immunity which happens when 60 to 85 % of the country is fully protected, either from vaccination or previous infection. Now some experts argue it could take years to hit that immunity threshold if we ever hit it at all. The reasons include the fact that more contagious variants are spreading, and they could bump up that herd immunity threshold beyond 85%. In addition, there’s a large proportion of people that don’t want to get a vaccine making it even harder to reach herd immunity. The good news, however, is even without herd immunity, it’s possible to contain this virus, like the annual flu. Especially if we keep vaccinating as many people as possible. This would mean covid would be around but would cause only mild illness rather than hospitalization and death.
True Crime: Fakers: Crimes And Chaos From Unbelievable HoaxesDr. Oz and Nancy Grace discuss how one woman allegedly started various fraudulent fundraisers including one to raise money to hold a funeral for her son who isn’t dead.
Wayne Brady: Quarantine Coping Skills, Co-Parenting After Divorce & His New Passion ProjectWayne Brady tells Dr. Oz how the pandemic has affected his family life.
Dr. Oz Asks CDC Director Rochelle Walensky About Her Message To People Who Aren’t Against Getting VaccinatedDr. Oz asks CDC Director Rochelle Walensky about her message to people who aren’t against getting vaccinated but are saying “not now”.
Is This The End Of The Pandemic? The CDC Director Weighs In One-On-OneDr. Oz asks CDC Director Rochelle Walensky about vaccinated people wearing masks at baseball games.
Daily Covid-19 Minute: What’s Happening in India?India is now battling the worst covid surge the world has seen to date. Over the weekend, India reported more than 400,000 new cases of covid, the worst for any country since this global pandemic began. To date, less than 2% of the country’s 940 million residents have been vaccinated. Their healthcare system has completely broken down in the wake of unprecedented disease burden. And now there is a national shortage of oxygen one of the most basic necessities for patients fighting Covid-19.
Coronavirus Factors Affecting Labor ShortageIn response to labor shortages affecting local employers across a variety of industries proposals from Congress and in the Michigan state house would pay people extra money to go back to work.
Sperm For Everyone: Meet The Controversial Donor Giving It Away – 77 Babies And Counting!Dr. Oz asks Ari Nagel why he donates his sperm for free and why he’s let it go this far.
Microwave Meal Tricks To Stretch Your Meals, Your Time And Feed EveryoneDr. Oz and Ali Rosen show you how to make a healthy dessert in minutes using the microwave.
Dog The Bounty Hunter: A Year After Engagement, How Dog & Francie’s Love Helped Confront Dog’s Past DemonsDr. Oz asks Dog the Bounty Hunter about the dark periods of his childhood.
Daily Covid-19 Minute: Lost Vaccine CardMore than 50% of U.S. adults have now received at least one shot of the covid vaccine. But what happens if you lose your vaccine card? If you still have your vaccine card in your possession, take a photo of it and put the original in a safe place, like what you would do to protect your social security card. You can laminate it as well, but this may complicate things if you need a booster shot in the future that needs to get added to the card. So, laminating a photocopy of the vaccine card might be a better idea. What do you do if you already lost your card? The best bet is to go back to the site where you were originally vaccinated to try to get a replacement. When you go, make sure you bring your ID with you. It’s also helpful if you can remember the day you got your vaccine. If that doesn’t work, try contacting your state’s immunization registry. They usually keep an electronic record of everyone who has gotten a vaccine. You can find this information on the CDC website.
Michigan Matters: PNC and Alice CooperRocker Alice Cooper talks about his Motor City roots, his Rock and Roll Hall of Fame career, a new album about Detroit, and finding the best garage band in America through a contest.
Susan Lucci On Getting Vaccinated And Being Separated From Her 104-Year-Old Mother For A Year Due To CovidSusan Lucci tells Dr. Oz how grateful she felt after receiving her COVID-19 vaccine.
Dr. Oz And Finance Expert Lynnette Khalfani-Cox Tell What Grocery Items You Should Leave Behind On The 30-Day Debt DietDr. Oz and finance expert Lynnette Khalfani-Cox break down what grocery items you should leave behind on the 30-day Debt Diet.
The Superstar Money Summit: The 30-Day Debt DietDr. Oz and personal finance expert Ric Edelman explain what intermittent money-fast days are and how they can help lower debt.
Daily Covid-19 Minute: CDC Middle SeatsA new CDC study shows blocking middle seats on airplanes could reduce your risk of being exposed to covid by over 50%. Using a computer model to simulate how aerosols disperse on airplanes, researchers found when middle seats were vacant, covid exposure decreased anywhere from 23 to 57%. However, the study comes with two important caveats. First, the study does not consider the use of masks which have to be used on a plane and second, it focused on exposure to, not the transmission of, Covid-19. The study comes as most major airlines have stopped blocking middle seats; a practice implemented at the start of the pandemic. Delta is the last holdout and will end this practice by May 1st. Now, airlines are fighting back against the study, saying they have implemented many different measures to prevent virus spread on planes including face mask requirements, preflight health checks, enhanced disinfection protocols, and hospital-grade ventilation systems.
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Michigan Matters Alice Cooper Web ExtraRocker Alice Cooper talks about his Motor City roots, his Rock and Roll Hall of Fame career, a new album about Detroit, and finding the best garage band in America through a contest.
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Oprah Opens Up To Dr. Oz About Being Beaten By Her GrandmotherOprah opens up like never before and reveals some deep traumatic events in her childhood that affected who she is today. In an emotional and candid interview, Oprah talks about growing up in an abusive family in Mississippi, including the time her grandmother gave her a very bad whipping for putting her fingers in a bucket of drinking water.
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Oprah One-On-One: Oprah Reveals The Childhood Trauma She Kept Hidden Until NowThis Thursday, April 29th, Dr. Oz sits down with the one and only Oprah Winfrey in a very special episode. Dr. Oz and Oprah discuss the moment she heard the Derek Chauvin verdict.