On The Dr. Oz Show: 15 - 19 August 2011

Written by TVSA Team from the blog The Dr. Oz Show on 14 Aug 2011
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The Dr. Oz Show premieres on SABC3 this Monday (15 August). It takes over from The Tyra Banks Show which ended this past Friday (12 August 2011).

The premiere week line-up:

Monday, 15 August 2011
Battle of the Sexes: The Science Behind Why You Hate Your Mate!

Dr Oz 15 August 2011

It’s men vs. women as “The Dr. Oz Show” explores the science behind how a man’s brain differs from that of a woman - from emotions, to logic, to instinct. A game of battle of the sexes ensues with contestants, Eddie and Kendra from Windsor Mill, Maryland.

Then, Dr. Oz brings in psychiatrist and author Dr. Daniel Amen to help further explain notable comparisons between the minds of males and females.

Tuesday, 16 August 2011
The Next Pandemic: 5 Things You Need to Prepare

Dr Oz 16 August 2011

The swine flu pandemic is a hot topic that Dr. Oz will cover on day number two of his show. Statistics say that 150 million are at risk and up to 90,000 could die in America alone.

Find out who is the most susceptible, how to know if you have it and five can’t-be-missed, life-saving tips to help protect you and your loved ones from getting sick.

At 310 pounds and counting, a mother of seven turned to Dr. Oz for inspiration on how to lose weight because she decided, “I love my kids more than food. Plus, ever wonder how a woman’s body really works? Dr. Oz gives the real truth about what is normal and not normal in a woman’s female anatomy “down there”.

Then three brave people surrendered their underwear to be tested, and Dr. Oz, with the help from the Good Housekeeping Research Institute, reveals some of the greatest hazards lurking in your underwear drawer, including the dangers of wearing restrictive undergarments, skimpy lingerie and the answer to the question, “Boxers or briefs?”

Wednesday, 17 August 2011
The Fountain of Youth: Dr. Oz's Top 10 Anti-Aging Secrets

Dr Oz 17 August 2011

Dr. Oz travels to houses in Staten Island, Long Island and New Jersey to uncover everyday items that are considered the “Top 10 Major Agers”. Then he suggests alternatives to these products that are healthier and anti-aging.

Obesity not only plagues people, our pets are also becoming victims of this growing epidemic. One half of people's pets are now overweight. First Vicki and her dog Kilo from Austin, Texas, both have their health stats checked in the Dr. Oz Truth Tube.

Then America’s Vet, Dr. Marty Becker stops by to formulate a diet and exercise routine for both to lose weight and decrease their real ages. In the no embarrassment zone, Dr. Oz dishes out the real scoop on poop.

Dr. Oz reveals three things you need to know to recognize that indicate optimal health, shape, consistency and colour.

Thursday, 18 August 2011
Top 5 Most Preventable Deaths in Women Over 40

Dr Oz 18 August 2011

Dr. Oz and Dr. G from the Medical Examiner discuss the top five preventable deaths in women over the age of forty and how to prevent them from happening.

Dr. G reports that half of the deaths that occur each year are preventable, and are caused by misinterpreting symptoms of heart disease, drug overdose, automobile accidents, falls, and liver problems.

Friday, 19 August 2011
Dr. Oz Medical Exclusive: Operation Kidney Swap

Dr Oz 19 August 2011

Dr. Oz reveals how Washington D.C. resident Thomas “Dody” Koontz selfless kidney donation turned into the largest kidney exchange ever.

Plus an exclusive surprise reunion between the recipients, donors and Dr. Robert Montgomery, of John Hopkins University, who preformed Dody’s surgery and spearheaded the entire transplant project.

Then, did you know that your taste buds could be the key to why you’re overeating? Gary Vaynerchuk, a leading taste bud expert, and the Assistant of the Day join Dr. Oz to explain how your taste buds work and how they can affect your weight.

The Dr. Oz Show is on SABC3 Mondays to Fridays at 14h30

1 Comment

23 Aug 2011 16:46

he's got his own show?oh no!

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