Dr. Oz is the host of the five-time Daytime Emmy Award-winning The Dr. Oz Show and Vice-Chair and Professor of Surgery at Columbia University. He directs the Cardiovascular Institute and Complementary Medicine Program at…

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If you’ve been following the news about salt, you probably know that the debate has gone back and forth about how it affects blood pressure. Early studies indicated that eating a diet that contained a lot of salt increased both risk of high blood pressure and actual blood pressure numbers in those who already had high blood pressure. But subsequent studies found that the picture may not be ... Read More »
Vitamin D has been the target of a wide variety of studies lately looking at everything from how it affects your blood pressure to the length of your life. For several years, vitamin D levels have ... Read More »
Changing blood sugar is a fact of life. Every time you eat something, the sugars in the food are absorbed and pass into the blood stream. From there, they circulate until your body removes them ... Read More »
It’s no secret that a number of body systems start to decline as you get older. Between aching knees and trouble hearing, aging can seem like a pretty raw deal. But new research is showing that ... Read More »
You’ve probably heard a news piece or two on the dangers of new prescription drugs thought to cause liver damage and disease. But according to new research published this week, prescription ... Read More »
Chances are good you don’t keep track of the popcorn left over at the end of watching a movie. But if you’re anything like a team of researchers who have released a number of interesting ... Read More »
You’ve probably heard that it’s a bad idea to buy groceries in hunger mode. When you enter hungry, food items seem more attractive and you’re more willing to go through great lengths to get at ... Read More »
While hunger might be the most obvious effect of dieting or fasting, dropping the amount you eat can have broader effects on your body than just feeling the need to eat more. Researchers had observed ... Read More »
The medical community has long known that cancer risk lies both in our environment and in our genes. Many of the lifestyle choices we make, including the foods we eat and whether or not we smoke, can ... Read More »
Mental illness is the leading cause of disability in the U.S. The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that those with mental illness live with it for 27 years on average at a cost to the ... Read More »



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