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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Whether it’s a glass of wine or a shot of brandy, many are familiar with the sleep inducing effects of an evening drink. Alcohol is so popular, in fact, that up to 20% of Americans use it as a sleep aid to help them get some shut eye. But new research into how exactly alcohol affects sleep has revealed that it’s probably not the ... Read More »
When humans first started to walk the planet, food was pretty scarce. We often went for long periods of time without a big meal and even when food was plentiful it had to be conserved and eaten ... Read More »
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease that affects millions of people across the United States. It has a predilection for younger women and usually first causes symptoms in the third or ... Read More »
We’re all used to getting vaccines. Whether it’s for the flu, measles or tetanus, vaccines are the best way to prevent infection and have saved hundreds of millions of people from death ... Read More »
We all handle stress in different ways. Some of us thrive under a pressing deadline while others crumble under the slightest indication of pressure. But our gender and age may also influence how our ... Read More »
After starting its life as a painkiller, aspirin has quickly become a go-to drug for those with symptomatic heart disease. It works by blocking the activity of certain proteins that are key to ... Read More »
Posted in Fibromyalgia by Doctor Oz on Nov 18, 2014
Fibro fog is a mysterious problem common to people with fibromyalgia. You know when you walk downstairs to get something but by the time you're there, you have no clue what you wanted? That's what ... Read More »
There's been a lot of press over the last several years about how alcohol might affect our health for the better. Several studies that have looked at large groups of people and found that a moderate ... Read More »
The cover of any magazine you pick up at the store will probably have a perfect looking model on the cover. She’s thin and fit, vibrant and healthy, wrinkle- and jiggle-free. She’s also ... Read More »
Breast cancer occurs in women because they have breast tissue. But men have breast tissue too, just much less of it. While less than 1% of breast cancers occur in men, the incidence is on the rise. ... Read More »



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