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Dr. Mehmet Oz hosts an informative look at health issues on his popular TV series, "The Dr. Oz Show." Each day, Dr. Oz tackles difficult medical topics with humor, compassion and aplomb. His engaging personality adds a warm appeal to every episode, and the audience reacts with enthusiasm even when Dr. Oz goes a bit too far.

Dr. Oz is a highly-esteemed cardiovascular surgeon with a no-nonsense attitude. He brings his vast medical knowledge to the forefront with no inhibitions, and he enjoys making his audience squirm. He constantly brings up deeply embarrassing health questions, and he illustrates his answers with giant, unwieldy props, graphic videos and actual human remains.

The audience for "The Dr. Oz Show" is made up mostly of women and the topics are often female oriented. Current segments have included ovarian cancer, weight loss for women, and fertility issues. The show also delves into cooking segments with recipes that promote healthy alternatives to harmful fats and sugars.

Dr. Oz is into exercise and he seems to think of himself as a fine specimen of a man. He struts and flexes his way through every episode with an arched brow and an eye for the ladies. His youthful vigor and sexual dynamism are meant to be an inspiration to everyone who wants to live a healthier life.

The main reason for the continuing success of "The Dr. Oz Show" is the special connection Dr. Oz shares with his audience. He often picks eager women to assist with various tasks, and then teases them unmercifully with his flirty wit. It is not rare for Dr. Oz to ask his assistants to talk about embarrassing bodily functions or to inspect recently autopsied body parts.

"The Dr. Oz Show" is a valuable tool in the public's medical arsenal. Dr. Oz's unabashed approach to good health is admirable, and he brings difficult subjects into the light of day. Dozens of medical specialists have appeared on the show to offer expert advice and guidance. "The Dr. Oz Show" has undoubtedly saved thousands of lives, and that legacy will continue as long as Mehmet Oz is at the helm.

Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays on Syndicated
5 Seasons, 667 Episodes
March 8, 2010
Health & Fitness, Talk & Interview
4.7/10
Cast: Mehmet Oz
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The Dr. Oz Show Full Episode Guide

  • Dentists who do unnecessary dental work and/or overcharge patients; the show goes under cover to investigate potential scams; how to pick the best dentist and avoid getting unnecessary treatments.

  • The subject of podcast "Dr. Death" gets away with killing and paralyzing patients for years before he is finally stopped; one of his former patients, who went for routine surgery and ended up paralyzed, speaks out.

  • How a person's body type could affect the risk of getting Alzheimer's; three foods that can help fix memory; the possibility of a new Alzheimer's prevention pill.

  • The investigator who solved the 40-year-old case of the Golden State killer tells of using cutting-edge science and at-home DNA tests.

  • America’s weatherman Sam Champion has your winter survival guide.

  • Dr. Oz goes inside psychic Theresa Caputo's mind; cholesterol.

  • Sunscreen; talk-show host Wendy Williams.

  • New solutions for chronic pain; "Hungry Girl'' Lisa Lillien brings five-minute fixes for big food frustrations.

  • Dr. Oz counts down some of the best all-natural cures to reverse the damage caused by bad habits like eating too much sugar.

  • A rapid weight-loss plan; athlete Gabrielle Reece.

  • A man loses more than 100 pounds using juice.

  • A plan to rebalance the body and restore the mind; talk-show host Sherri Shepherd.

  • Rebooting one's energy with a quick, simple food plan.

  • Seven ways to burn fat and shrink fat cells fast; curbing hunger.

  • Actress Eva Longoria; fitness enthusiasts Billy Blanks Jr. and Sharon Catherine Blanks.

  • Fighting fat fast; all-natural remedies.

  • Healthy-food mistakes; questions on daily medication, recurring infections, vaccines, and dying of a broken heart; Bob Harper.

  • The key to longevity may be in Greek coffee; health gadgets.

  • The paleolithic diet; Daphne Oz provides remedies for low energy, cravings and hangovers.

  • Information that could save a child's life; preventing sepsis; going dairy-free.

  • Actress Sofía Vergara discusses hypothyroidism, surviving cancer and staying in shape.

  • Looking and feeling 10 years younger.

  • Are women more comfortable with female doctors? Get the answers to the questions you're too embarrassed to ask your male doctor!

  • Relaxation drinks; chef Curtis Stone.

  • Actress Gwyneth Paltrow discusses her health and diet; anti-aging solutions.

  • Using food to heal the body's fat-fighting furnace; what is in vitamin pills.

  • Life coach Iyanla Vanzant; carbohydrates and cancer.

  • Personality type and health; life-and-death lessons from inside the ER.

  • Dr. Oz and Dr. Drew Pinsky discuss the dangers of antidepressants.

  • Joan and Melissa Rivers' health confessions.

  • Ingredients of children's milk products; reality TV star Nicole "Snooki'' Polizzi.

  • Dr. Oz discusses energy-boosting foods.

  • Mercury dental-fillings may be to blame for health problems, and some countries ban them.

  • Strange medical concerns; how people lived in Jesus' time and place; whether the Bible could be the holy grail for living longer.

  • Michael Bloomberg discusses the soda ban; the mother who took on the energy-drink industry; energy drinks and children's health.

  • Toni Braxton breaks her silence to reveal her secret health crisis; The Braxton family talks about staying healthy together!

  • Dr. Oz interviews actor Charlie Sheen.

  • How to know if it is the flu or a parasite; health secrets from the Oz family.

  • Authors Rev Run and Tyrese expose everything there is to know about men.

  • Outsmarting scammers; stopping stress.

  • Controversial additive in macaroni and cheese; horse meat found in foods; reading food labels; sonic drugs; the Duggar family.

  • Diet changes to boost the immune system and prevent illness; food rules to live better and longer; birth order and birth months.

  • A breakthrough in the science of sleep; knowing one's sleep type; testicular self-exam; videos of husbands doing crazy things.

  • Doctors' overuse of antibiotics could trigger deadly strains of superinfectious diseases; what body language says about health.

  • Fighting Alzheimer's; boosting memory; the female brain.

  • Hormones and weight; weight loss; a detox to jump start the metabolism.

  • Simple solutions to add years to one's life; grains that are good for health.

  • Dr. Drew Pinsky discusses the deaths of five "Celebrity Rehab'' stars; diabetes and obesity.

  • A doctor cured her own energy crisis; three instant fatigue fighters; Hungry Girl has new ways to stop emotional eating.

  • Overuse of laxatives to lose weight; $5 fixes.

  • First lady Michelle Obama and Education Secretary Arne Duncan; exercise enthusiast Jillian Michaels.

  • Diagnosing and treating one's own health problems; cancer tests.

  • An investigative reporter uncovers a food-industry bombshell; addictions to salt, sugar and fat; cleaning out the kitchen.

  • Reducing stress and the negative effects on health; a step-by-step detox guide; health detectives.

  • New evidence puts the benefits of antioxidants into question; discovering one's skin dosha type.

  • A mysterious condition; alternative medical solutions to get relief; cutting the risks; supplements and nutrients.

  • Debunking gynecology myths; fitness trainer Shaun T. has a plan to fix problem areas quickly.

  • A diet to lower hypertension and cholesterol and reduce cancer risks; debunking health myths.

  • Kids are taking adderall illegally to perform well on tests, and doctors are prescribing it without knowing the dangers.

  • Clues to one's health can be read in the face; free, easy techniques to eliminate pain without medication.

  • Fifty of America's hottest bachelor doctors reveal health secrets; looking younger and living longer.

  • Embarrassing questions; actress Marilu Henner's energy makeover plan.

  • Sleeping pills and cancer; unusual addictions.

  • Food fraud: fillers, ingredient swaps and misleading labels.

  • Weight loss without dieting; chef Bobby Deen revamps Southern recipes; spontaneous healing.

  • Tests to assess their metabolism; why many women are in a metabolism slump; health reasons for rage; inability to control anger.

  • Pros and cons of HCG injections; the HCG diet; what people put in their refrigerators; the ideal refrigerator for better health.

  • Shrinking fat cells around the waist; foods, hormones and exercise to lose belly fat; ugly legs; what to do about an ugly haircut.

  • Three ways to lose weight; supplements to help shed pounds; tests women need to prevent heart attacks; heart-attack risk factors.

  • Penn & Teller help to debunk health myths; health secrets people fear to share, even with a doctor; DIY projects gone wrong.

  • Appetite suppressants; erectile dysfunction.

  • Loopholes allow companies to add dangerous chemicals to food and drink; reconnective healing; codes and acronyms doctors use.

  • Overuse of laxatives to lose weight; $5 fixes.

  • Using intuition to predict health; boosting immunity.

  • Quick weight loss with a new workout; couples getting healthy together.

  • Dangers of gel manicures; what dreams say about one's health.

  • Fast-food insiders expose dirty dining secrets: controversial additives, questionable quality control and hidden health hazards.

  • Flu; anti-aging secrets; children and dieting.

  • Vitamin injections intended to fight fatigue, lose weight and slow the aging process; medication myths; weight loss.

  • Dr. Oz interviews actor Charlie Sheen.

  • A one-minute cure for an energy crash; losing weight, improving memory and beating stress.

  • Gadgets and natural alternatives to pain medicine and solutions to pump up flat zones.

  • New ways to stop hunger in its tracks.

  • Talk-show host Meredith Vieira; a hidden ingredient in french fries that may cause cancer.

  • Dr. Oz and Tom Bergeron look at the funniest health videos of all time.

  • A breakthrough, no exercise plan to lose weight for good.

  • Contestants from "The Biggest Loser'' reveal how they lost the weight and kept it off.

  • New answers to beauty complaints and solutions to live longer, younger and blast fat.

  • Solutions to shred fat in just six weeks.

  • Cancer prevention; Dr. Laura Berman's breast cancer treatment.

  • The McGhee sextuplets and their parents; actress Marlo Thomas' miracle cancer children.

  • New treatment for heart disease; fat-melting procedure.

  • Recharging the body and boosting energy and mood instantly; losing weight and stopping overeating by knowing the hunger type.

  • Hot health news; Dr. Oz and Dr. Sanjay Gupta go head-to-head.

  • The ingredients in sugar and butter substitutes may cause weight gain, Alzheimer's and cancer.

  • Dr. Oz goes on location for the biggest lifesaving hour in Oz Show history; signs of a heart attack in women.

  • Clues from deaths could save lives: medical mysteries and warning signs; soy.

  • Cholesterol and heart disease; medication dangers.

  • Talent judge Randy Jackson; fatty-food fakeouts.

  • A health quiz; types of pain never to ignore.

  • Talk-show host Nate Berkus; uncluttering a home; everyday errors that may make one appear older.

  • Cough medicine; cold and flu myths; keeping a family healthy.

  • Whether wheat makes one sick and overweight; quick weight loss.

  • Possible dangers of sleep-aid melatonin; anti-aging myths.

  • Actor J.R. Martinez discusses the moment in Iraq that changed his life; acting fast in an emergency.

  • Specialists on both sides of the reparative therapy debate speak out.

  • All-natural solutions to beat stress; relieving belly bloat.

  • Insiders confess the restaurant industry's dirty little secrets; Dr. Oz's solutions for body complaints.

  • Seven warning signs that a body is aging faster than it should; the hidden reason for moodiness, exhaustion and anxiety.

  • Author Tim Ferriss tells how to reboot recipes and jumpstart weight loss.

  • Dr. Deepak Chopra turns the medical world upside down.

  • A diet craze may be a miracle for weight loss -- or a fraud; taming the temper.

  • A holistic-health doctor provides must-haves to beat fatigue, slow aging and lose weight naturally.

  • Four ingredients to bulk up meals and save calories; getting maximum health results with minimal effort.

  • Tony Horton discusses fitness and health with Dr. Oz, and shares a special program for Dr. Oz viewers.

  • Dr. Oz and his team of experts explain how you can reset your secret fat loss hormones.

  • Dr. Oz has uncensored answers to embarrassing health questions.

  • New ways to prevent and fight cancer.

  • Diet myths making one fat; experiments to separate fact from fiction.

  • Dr. Oz's over-35 survival kit gives you everything you need to live better, look better, and feel better than ever before.

  • Get the fixes for apple, pear and "boxy" body types, plus the metabolism boosters that work for each every body.

  • Inexpensive foods and products; health finds; do three things and save $600 a year.

  • Turning back the clock on wrinkles, age spots and cellulite; faking a facelift; looking 10 years younger instantly.

  • Chris Powell shows how to use carbs to burn fat and boost metabolism; losing weight without a low-carb diet.

  • Research on what to eat and how to sleep; a miracle five-in-one product to look younger instantly; a miracle seed to cut cravings.

  • Shrinking fat for good; a painless procedure melts fat in less than an hour; a secret formula to drop three pounds in three days.

  • Talk-show host Rosie O'Donnell; warning signs of a heart attack.

  • Weird questions about quirks, anxieties and dreams; fixes for five sleep problems.

  • Advances in modern and holistic health help people to live longer.

  • Actress Valerie Bertinelli; the best time of day to lose weight.

  • Fighting fatigue; what one's date of birth reveals about health.

  • Boosting immunity; preventing cancer; superfoods; fast fixes for health problems.

  • Genetically modified foods; three sudden warning signs.

  • Talk-show host Elisabeth Hasselbeck; hidden food allergies; fast, stress-free meals.

  • Actress Jenny McCarthy; staying sexy and full of energy; energy drinks.

  • Dr. Andrew Weil's discusses his book "True Food'' and reveals his five essential ingredients for optimal health.

  • Doctors discuss human papillomavirus and its cancer risks; the truth about pap smears, HPV-DNA tests and vaccinations.

  • Singer Rick Springfield discusses his suicide attempt and sex addiction; ibuprofen and acetaminophen may cause a health problem.

  • Dr. Oz explains why one doesn't have to try or do everything mentioned on the show; simple solutions for health.

  • The ingredients in sugar and butter substitutes may cause weight gain, Alzheimer's and cancer.

  • Esophageal cancer; Dr. Oz-inspired recipes.

  • Pesticides; organic food; looking at images of food may make one gain weight.

  • Embarrassing stories; comic Lisa Lampanelli.

  • Doctors from three major networks discuss health news affecting families; a child who survived bubonic plague.

  • Psychic medium Theresa Caputo; omega-3s.

  • Health hazards and scams at the supermarket; the hosts of "The Chew''; family recipes.

  • Online, via text, and in person; Dr. Oz's share-o-meter and the studio audience decide what crosses the line.

  • Possible dangers of sleep-aid melatonin; anti-aging myths.

  • It's the one thing you're missing that's making you tired and burned out. Plus, Dr. Oz's fast food challenge.

  • Indulging; why guilty pleasures may be healthful; giving up guilt; "Hungry Girl'' Lisa Lillien suggests dinner swaps.

  • The cast of "NY Med''; outtakes and follow-ups; what happened when the camera stopped rolling.

  • Dr. Oz offers binge-eaters a chance to take control of their health.

  • Dr. Joel Fuhrman; metabolism types; a customized plan to lose weight.

  • Kirstie Alley talks about her roller coaster battle with weight. Also, Dr. Oz's "forever thin" plan-keep the weight off for life!

  • Dr. Oz asks, what's holding you back from getting healthy? It's an hour of breakdowns and breakthroughs - even for Dr. Oz!

  • Wild, outrageous questions; Dr. Oz's embarrassing health quirk.

  • First lady Michelle Obama discusses obesity and makes a big announcement.

  • Dr. Oz encourages women to restart their bodies, reverse damage and get healthy from the inside out.

  • Ways in which companies dupe consumers; 100 women test a fat-burner.

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Yidio Video of the Day: Richard Simmons' New Air Safety Vid #RICHROLL

While the Australians may be up in arms over the appearance of John Travolta in a relatively tame Qantas Airlines safety video, Air New Zealand has one-upped their neighbors with a spangly, short-shorted new instructional vid from fitness guru Richard Simmons.

The new safety video featuring Simmons is aimed at making sure Air NZ passengers are "sitting up and taking notice," Air New Zealand General Manager of Marketing and Communications Mike Tod told a New Zealand paper.

Jimmy Fallon's Anatomy: Fallon Undergoes Surgery on 'The Dr. Oz Show'

Move over Patch Adams, Wednesday’s "Dr. Oz Show" will feature a does of medicine and comedy when Dr. Oz performs surgery on Jimmy Fallon.

In turn, Fallon will get a chance to play doctor by assisting Dr. Arthur Perry while he performs laser surgery on Dr. Oz.

With 30 Rock studios facing each other, Fallon (wearing only a hospital gown) didn’t have far to travel when arriving on the set for Dr.

Dr. Oz on the five most popular resolutions and ways to make them happen

During the holiday season, people were occupied with buying presents, preparing food and enjoying every party.

As the year 2011 arrives, every person has at least one New Year’s resolution. Many people set their own New Year’s resolution but oftentimes break it.

Dr. Mehmet Oz told People magazine that he created an 11-week schedule on his show to help his viewers deal with their New Year’s resolution and stick to it.