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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Without question, we're all unique creatures, but researchers have found that there are some common patterns associated with personality types, broken down into five categories and each, of course, consisting of various degrees of that characteristic. When these types reach the extreme high end of the scale, it may be a sign that it's more than just a trait, but a type of disorder. - ... Read More »
Posted in Fibromyalgia by Doctor Oz on Jul 18, 2014
Fibromyalgia is a painful medical disorder that affects your muscles, joints, and tendons. The pain may be especially bad when pressure is applied to "tender points." These may be on the back of your ... Read More »
Posted in Depression by Doctor Oz on Jul 03, 2014
We still don't know for sure. Prolactin could be a key. This major hormone increases with stress and is associated with crying. Levels of prolactin in the body correlate positively with frequency of ... Read More »
Here are some factors that increase breast cancer risk: • Having a family history of breast cancer • Being taller than 5 feet 7 inches • Getting your first period younger than 11 or ... Read More »
The stories of parents describing the transformation of their previously healthy children into children with autism are strong and common, but large-scale epidemiologic studies in a number of ... Read More »
Red flags of an abusive relationship include irrational and jealous accusations, stalking behavior, threats of violence--basically, one partner exerting control over another through direct or ... Read More »
Many of our adult problems come from the fact that our parents weren't emotional with us as kids. Successful relationships require that we peel back this frustration and don't hide from the intimacy ... Read More »
Researchers from Stanford University may have found a way to wirelessly charge medical devices implanted inside the body simply by waving a small power source above the skin. This could dramatically ... Read More »
While you may think that lashing out or hitting a pillow or a punching bag helps you release tension, the opposite is true. It teaches you to develop a behavior pattern: Get mad, punch. Get mad, get ... Read More »
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is attempting to contact 100 people who may have been exposed to the potentially deadly MERS virus after an infected 44-year-old patient was hospitalized in ... Read More »



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