I Need Medical Advice. Can Dr. Oz Help?

Specific medical questions should be directed to your personal physician who can address your medical concerns on an individual basis. 

While the content on DoctorOz.com was prepared to provide accurate information regarding topics related to general and specific health issues, this information has been made available with the express understanding that neither ZoCo, Oz Media, Dr. Oz and/or the other experts on the site, the site itself, nor members of the site are dispensing medical advice and do not intend any of this information to be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.


Can Dr. Oz Recommend a Specific Brand Name for a Medication, Supplement, Vitamin or Product?

The Dr. Oz Show does not endorse or sell any product that may be featured on the show or website. Dr. Oz does not endorse any brand name or commercial supplier. 

Always consult with your personal physician or a local pharmacist before purchasing any product or supplement you learn about on The Dr. Oz Show. For medical issues, please contact your doctor or other qualified medical professional.  If you were improperly charged money by a company, you will need to contact that company or your financial institution. You can also contact your local, state, or federal consumer protection agencies.

I Can’t Find the Subject I Am Looking For. What Are Some Tips for Searching?

DoctorOz.com has a wealth of information on a variety of topics and we encourage you to use the site's integrated search feature to locate any information you seek.                  

To utilize this feature: 

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Why Can’t I Find Today’s Show?

We post video segments from the show the day after the show airs. For example, if you are looking for Monday’s show, video will be available on Tuesday. Please keep in mind that we do not post all of the segments from each show on the website.

Where Can I Find the Nutrition Information for a Recipe I Saw on the Show?

We provide nutrition information whenever possible for recipes featured on the show on DoctorOz.com. If you need further information, check online as there are many websites that offer nutrition content for food ingredients.

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Why Am I Getting a “Video Is Unavailable” Message When I Try to Play a Video?

Please make sure that you have the most updated version of Flash installed on your computer. Visit http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about/ for the latest information on Adobe Flash Player.

If you are trying to view a video from outside of the United States and you receive the “Video Is Unavailable” message, you may be geo-blocked due to licensing restrictions. We hope to expand our capacity to operate in other countries in the future. 

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How Can I View the Website in Another Language?

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