09:11 AM EDT 04/30/2016
Family Feud! Dr. Oz and Daphne Oz Sound Off on Being Emmy Rivals and Why 'Outworking Everyone Else Is the Most Important Thing'
Originally posted 04/29/2016 09:20AM
The father, 55, and daughter, 30, are nominated in two of the same Daytime Emmy categories (outstanding informative talk show host and outstanding talk show )for the second year in a row. Daphne and her The Chew team won the talk show host honor 2015. This year, the pair are involved in a friendly wager. If Daphne wins, her father and his team must eat 1,000 calories of her delicious banana pudding, but if Dr. Oz wins, members of The Chew team will have to do one burpee for each year they've been alive.
Talk about high stakes!
Ahead of Sunday's Emmys, where the two are presenting together, the Dr. Oz Show host and his The Chew co-host daughter opened up to PEOPLE about competing against family and who family matriarch Lisa Oz is really rooting for.
Originally posted 02/24/2016 03:40PM
Charlie Sheen is addressing disturbing claims made about him in a $1.2 million lawsuit his ex Denise Richards filed against him in January.
In the lawsuit, Richards, 44, claims Sheen allegedly sent their daughter Lola, 10, a text in which he wrote "Your dad is a rock star genius . . . Your mom is a p--s wart."
Originally posted 02/23/2016 04:25PM
Charlie Sheen claims in a new episode of The Dr. Oz Show that his public outbursts following his 2011 firing from Two and a Half Men may have been caused by his use of testosterone cream.
"It was really that whole post-Two and a Half meltdown. That was a very specific period of time that did feel very out of body and very, just detached from all things real," Sheen says in the episode, according to an advance transcript provided to PEOPLE. "I felt superhuman during some of that. It was a lot of highs and lows."
Sheen, who on a previous episode of Dr. Oz said he might suffer from bipolar disorder, adds that he looks back with regret on that period.
Originally posted 02/18/2016 03:20PM
Shannen Doherty shared her journey with breast cancer in an emotional appearance on The Dr. Oz Show Thursday.
The actress, 44, said that when she first received the news, all she could think about was how her family would cope.
Inside Big Ang's Final Interview: Dr. Oz Says 'She Was Clear About the Fact That Cigarettes Killed Her'
Originally posted 02/18/2016 12:50PM
On Tuesday, The Dr. Oz Show viewers watched Angela "Big Ang" Raiola open up about her stage 4 cancer diagnosis, crying as she recalled the sudden shock of her illness but smiling while dubbing the cardiothoracic surgeon "handsome."
Mob Wives Star Angela 'Big Ang' Raiola Says She Left Her Husband Amid Cancer Battle: 'He Never Stepped Up to the Plate'
Originally posted 02/16/2016 02:45PM
Angela "Big Ang" Raiola is tearfully opening up about her devastating stage 4 cancer diagnosis for the first time – and revealing the shocking news that she has split from her husband Neil Murphy.
"I felt like he never stepped up to the plate, so I was done with it," the Mob Wives star said on The Dr. Oz Show on Tuesday. "Now, it's too late. I would rather be by myself. I would rather be alone."
Well, not entirely alone – Raiola, 55, has two children, six grandchildren and a big extended family including her sister Janine Detore, who brings her to every doctor appointment.
Originally posted 02/11/2016 12:55PM
"He's making inroads," Oz told PEOPLE on Wednesday at the premiere of the film Touched with Fire, which stars Katie Holmes and Luke Kirby as two bipolar poets, and which was written and directed by Paul Dalio, who is diagnosed with bipolar.
Acknowledging that Sheen, 50, has "made mistakes that have changed his life," Oz also revealed what viewers can expect during the actor's next appearance on The Dr. Oz Show and how he is personally committed to "chasing a cure for Charlie."
Originally posted 02/10/2016 06:05PM
Charlie Sheen is renouncing a man who claimed to have cured his HIV and injected himself with the actor's blood.
During his Wednesday appearance on The Dr. Oz Show, Sheen denied Dr. Sam Chachoua's account of treating him in a Mexico hotel room with a medically contested treatment involving goat milk.
"He would have stuff delivered at all hours of the night, and I was an idiot to keep taking it. It was just the BS started to really pile up with this guy. I was in Mexico probably for 32 hours. He says I was there for two months, so his math skills are equally as challenged as his science," said Sheen, 50. "I don't think I was dying. It's very bizarre, his memory of our initial time together. ... I couldn't keep track of this guy. He didn't really have an office I could go to."
Charlie Sheen Blasts Doctor Who Claims to Have Cured Him of HIV and Even Injected Himself with Star's Blood
Originally posted 02/01/2016 05:35PM
Charlie Sheen is now speaking out against the Mexico-based doctor who claims to have cured the actor of HIV using a medically contested treatment involving goat milk.
Originally posted 01/19/2016 10:20AM
Charlie Sheen continues to address his struggles.
The actor has appeared on The Dr. Oz Show three times this month to discuss his struggles with substance abuse as well as what he's learned about his HIV diagnosis. During his Monday appearance on the talk show, he also opened up about potential mental health issues.
When asked by Dr. Mehmet Oz if he's ever thought he might be manic, Sheen said he has been described and "diagnosed" as that before, saying there are "certain medical opinions, certain personal opinions that I might be bipolar."
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