Dr Oz October 2 2012
Get ready for a day of breaking news and huge medical stories you’ve been hearing about, from arsenic in rice to fat shaming, coming to Dr Oz October 2 2012. The return of the Bubonic Plagues and Whooping Cough to fat shaming anti-obesity ads to a morning after pill school controversy, Dr Oz will cover all of this and more. I personally am looking forward to the latest Genetic Disorder Tests that he will speak about. This all new episode is ripped from the headlines, with consultations from some of TV’s foremost doctors from your favorite news sources. Have you heard about the Arsenic levels in rice? Get ready for the experts to weigh in on what you need to know to stay safe and keep your diet healthy.
Plus, have you seen the growing trend of “fat shaming”? This is an advertising technique used to raise awareness and try to stem the tide of America’s obesity epidemic. But are marketers going about this the wrong way? Find out what both sides have to say about these controversial and provocative ad campaigns.
Dr Oz: Morning After Pill & Pregnancy Testing
If you live in New York City and have a high school student in your home, you may want to pay attention to another headline grabbing story. What happens when your teen’s school prescribes the morning after pill to students?
It’s a question that every parent has probably pondered during the pregnancy process. Would you want to know in advance that your unborn child may have health risks or complications? New testing means there are more options than ever for cracking the code, but is that too much information for parents to handle? Get ready to weigh in and see how your opinions match up with Dr Oz’s expert panel: Dr Nancy Snyderman, Dr Sanjay Gupta, and others are on hand with their fresh and fascinating perspectives on these and other hot medical topics.
Dr Oz: Bubonic Plague
Am I the only one who thought that Bubonic Plague was eradicated and we would never have to worry about it again? Apparently we were all wrong, and Dr Oz October 2 2012 will also feature the alarming story of a girl who battled this antiquated disease and survived. Find out what you need to know to avoid the plague, coming up on Dr Oz October 2 2012.