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…

Reusing knives, graters, and other cutting tools in the kitchen is pretty common practice. Most get a quick rinse to remove anything seemingly left on the surface and are thrown back in the drawer. But that practice may not be so good for your health. A new study out this week had a look at how poor cleaning practices affect the bacterial contamination left on them after use. Their ... Read More »
Pain is part of our daily lives, from the occasional ache of sitting too long to the burning pain from touching a hot plate by accident. Pain can come and go, but how intense it is when it arrives ... Read More »
While red meats might be popular choices on the dinner table, they’re not finding big fans in the medical community. Research has been mounting for years that red meats including pork, lamb, ... Read More »
Have you ever felt that your girlfriends get where you’re coming from while your guy friends are clueless? Stereotypes about men and women have been around for centuries and many theories have ... Read More »
If you’ve been to the doctor recently, you’ve probably already been asked if you’d like to get your flu shot. While millions of Americans opt for the protection of the vaccine ... Read More »
You’ve probably heard from a variety of sources that technology is ruining your sleep. From tablets to phones to just having the lights on late at night, many sleep experts have cautioned ... Read More »
You’ve probably heard about arsenic making its way into food like rice, apple juice, or seafood, but it turns out wine can have high levels too. A new study published this week has ... Read More »
Dementia has become one of the biggest diseases of old age in America. The number of people living and dying with dementia has been on the rise over the past decade and it’s estimated that five ... Read More »
A brief glance at your to-do list may be enough to send your sense of anxiety soaring, but what you find upsetting is actually a complex interplay between different parts of your brain. While it ... Read More »
The word “frail” might conjure up images of sick patients in hospital beds, but have you ever thought of a close friend as frail? Or your parents? Or yourself? In medicine, the word ... Read More »

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