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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When you’re under the gun at home or at work, it can be hard to find time for others’ feelings. But don’t be so hard on yourself; there might be a biological reason for your response. New research published this week has found that stress hormones play a pivotal role in how empathetic we are and has revealed that the mechanism isn’t unique to humans. Research has been done showing that ... Read More »
For decades, the process that leads a brain down the path of Alzheimer’s disease has remained a mystery. While researchers found some clues, their efforts were hampered by the challenge of ... Read More »
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For many, participating in the holiday season also means putting on a few pounds. Festive dinners, decadent desserts and boozy brunches all contribute to the increased waistline many end up with by ... Read More »
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When you open up the cupboard, how do you decide what you’re going to snack on? Is it based on what you’re craving? The tastiest thing you lay eyes on? Or perhaps the healthiest snack available? ... Read More »
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