Dr Oz Fans Update: Here are the segment recaps for this episode:
- Dr Oz: McGhee Sextuplets Raising 6 Toddlers & Selective Reduction
- Dr Oz: McGhee Sextuplets 1,008 Diapers & 28 Pounds of Potatoes Monthly
- Dr Oz: Marlo Thomas St Jude Children’s Research Hospital Cancer Kids
- Dr Oz: Donate To St Jude Children’s Research Hospital While Shopping
- Dr Oz: Cushing’s Disease 20 Year Battle & Weight Gain Warning
Dr Oz Preview December 20 2012
We are all in for a real treat on the next Dr. Oz show. Dr. Oz is taking on his biggest challenge yet when the McGhee Sextuplets take over his stage. These sextuplet toddlers are bound to give Dr. Oz a run for his money, but I also bet he has a lot of fun.
Have you ever wondered what is like to have more than one or two children? I bet you cannot even imagine what it is like to have six children, let alone six toddlers to chase around. Dr. Oz will talk the parents of this adorable army of toddlers to see how they manage it all, from changing diapers to potty training, plus feeding all of those mouths. Their grocery bill must be through the roof.
Dr Oz: McGhee Sextuplets
I wonder how they are able to stay sane or find time to go on a date or simply have “alone” time. I have a feeling the parents of these little ones barely have time to sit still when the kids are awake, so I will bet they choose to just sleep when they get the opportunity to have quiet time in the evening. Or maybe sleep is even a rare luxury in their home.
Find out just how they manage it all when they talk to Dr. Oz about raising television’s toddler sextuplets. Pediatrician Dr. Alan Greene will join in on the fun and maybe just maybe he has some helpful advice for the parents of the McGhee Sextuplets.
Dr Oz: Marlo Thomas Miracle Cancer Kids
Dr. Oz will also welcome Marlo Thomas to his show to talk about something near and dear to her heart, kids fighting cancer. Marlo is truly a warrior for children and cancer and she and Dr. Oz are going to talk about the miracle cancer breakthrough that is saving the lives of kids across the country.