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Dr. Mark McClellan Explains To Dr. Oz What A “Super-Spreader" Event Is And Why Experts Believe They Are High Risk.  Today’s show feature Dr. Oz’s interview with Dr. Mark McClellan, former FDA Commissioner and current Director of the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, about the risks associated with some places and activities as states reopen.  They share the best data we have so you can make your own risk assessment guide. Dr. Mark McClellan Explains What A “Super-Spreader" Event Is And Why Experts Believe They Are High Risk.  
Dr. Oz Breaks Down A Simulation Created By Medical Experts Which Shows How A Virus Could Spread At A Buffet.Dr. Oz Breaks Down A Simulation Created By Medical Experts And Japan's Public Broadcaster NHK, Which Shows How A Virus Could Spread At A Buffet.
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The Coronavirus Pandemic: The Reopening Of America: What Is Safe Outside Of Our Homes?Dr. Oz and Dr. McClellan discuss how much risk is associated with using public restrooms. What is safe outside of our homes?  Today, Dr. Oz and Dr. McClellan, former FDA commissioner and current Director of 'The Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy', are compiling and sharing the best data so you can make your own choices when leaving quarantine.  From using public restrooms to getting a haircut to dining out, we’re assessing the risks, so you have the facts.
The Coronavirus Pandemic: The Reopening Of America – A Risk Assessment Of Normal Activities In The New NormalAs states reopen, reports show signs of people sheltering less and moving more: sales at fast-food restaurants and gas stations are back up to pre-lockdown numbers in rural areas; there is an uptick in the number of requests for directions on their iPhone. Dr. Oz asks Dr. McClellan how local governments and experts are figuring out what gets to open and when.
COVID-19 News Minute: Can You Get COVID-19 Twice?Today - a new development in the discussion of coronavirus and immunity. The US Navy announced 13 sailors aboard the USS Roosevelt retested positive for COVID-19. daunting...since each crew member had tested negative for the virus twice after a more than two-week isolation period.
Guitarist Jorge Santana Dead At 68Guitarist Jorge Santana, the younger brother of Carlos Santana and whose guitar rifts on the band Malo's 1972 hit "Suavecito" transformed the song into a Chicano anthem, has died. Katie Johnston reports.
Michigan Matters: University PresidentsWhat’s ahead for the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, Wayne State University and Oakland University as each contends with fallout of the Covid-19 crisis on their institutions?
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Dr. Emily Gurley, An Associate Scientist At Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Of Public Health, Breaks Down Contact TracingToday, Dr. Oz reveals what you need to know about contact tracing and what to expect if you get a call.  Associate Scientist Dr. Emily Gurley, who is leading the contact tracing course at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, explains how contact tracing works and how this process can help our country minimize a second-wave of this pandemic, as many states begin phased reopening plans.
Daily COVID-19 News Minute: Why You Shouldn't Be Afraid Of Contact Tracing.It’s a new front line in the war against COVID-19, and an army of Americans are training as disease detectives using phones to trace the spread of the virus and reduce transmission.  Epidemiologists believe contact tracing is a critical step in ending the pandemic and reopening the economy safely due to the success seen in fighting polio and smallpox, but many are concerned about their privacy.
Tony Robbins Tells Dr. Oz Why He Believes Gratitude Is An Antidote To The Fear That We're Experiencing Right Now.World-renowned business strategist Tony Robbins reveals how you can prime your brain to fight off fear in less than 15 minutes a day. 
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