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AMERICA'S DOCTOR: The Dr. Oz Podcast

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Description

Dr. Oz's honest, direct interview style, always anchored in health and wellness, has spotlighted hundreds of incredible stories from the health and wellness game changers of our time. From Deepak Chopra diving into the ancient wisdom and practical techniques surrounding mindfulness and meditation, to exploring some of the most powerful health secrets with the world’s most renowned physicians such as Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Oz's show draws extraordinary lessons from extraordinary lives, always showing how we can integrate them into our own.

Customer Reviews

Some episodes are 10 years old!

When I first started listening there were some episodes that were clearly current. However a while back I heard him interview someone and saying his son Oliver was 10 years old. Prior to that I tried to look up a few books that were mentioned in his podcast only to discover they were published 8-10+ years ago! It seems like the majority of these shows are recycled interviews some perhaps his Sirius radio show from long ago? I would like to see the actual date of the interview not the date it was put on podcast ~ also medical info changes so quickly that I think it would be good to be able to listen to current issues and authors.

Meh

After listening to the podcast since the first episode/trailer, I find it to be popular pap.

While I have no problems with complimentary therapies and alternative approaches to medicine, health, and wellness, Oz gives equal time and weight to science deniers and the anti-science proponents. It's in the name of "fairness", I suppose. However, it is neither defensible nor palatable. I'm dropping the podcast.

YMMV.

Loved interview with Cheryl Hunter!

Cheryls story is SO inspirational. I love her authenticity and of course her incredible example of resilency and triumph!