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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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 items that could fulfill that hunger. Hunger even increases your desire for things that could help you get food, like money or even overweight partners who might have more access to food. But new ... 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 »
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 ... 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 »
Bone health is a serious concern for all ages, but especially for the aging population where fractures can be life threatening. Bone health is often thought of in terms of density, because how dense ... Read More »
Vaccines have been a standard in the medical battle against deadly disease for more than half a century, and have helped bring many of the major childhood killers like smallpox and whooping cough ... Read More »
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 »
Bacteria are everywhere. Some, like the bacteria that live on our skin or in our intestines, keep us healthy and provide us with a variety of useful services. Others, like those that cause pneumonia ... Read More »



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