Dr Oz March 9 2016 Recap
Dr Oz was curious to find out more about chemicals in clothing, after learning that flame-resistant children’s pajamas were once made using a chemical labeled as a carcinogen. What’s in the clothing now? Then, with the help of Max Lugavere, Dr Oz learned more about how technology is affecting your attention span, and what you can do to improve your focus and concentration.
Dr Oz: Chemicals In Clothing + Flame-Resistant Kids’ Pajamas
Back in the 70’s, pajamas for children were made using a chemical that was later found to be carcinogenic. Manufacturers made changes to the clothing, but what did they use instead, to be sure that their clothes were still flame resistant? Dr Oz and Elisabeth Leamy set out to find out.
Dr Oz: Technology & ADHD + Improve Your Attention Span
Dr Oz also wanted to learn more about how technology is affecting our attention, concentration, and focus. Could it be that all this screen time, is what’s causing the sudden increase in cases of adult ADHD? Plus, how you can start improving your attention span today!
Dr Oz: Filmmaker Discusses Bipolar Disorder + Spike Lee
Spike Lee and filmmaker Paul Dalio then joined Dr Oz to talk about their revolutionary new film Touched with Fire. The movie takes an in-depth look at what it’s really like to live with bipolar disorder, thanks to an incredible portrayal by actress Katie Holmes.