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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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 fibro fog is like, but all the time. Your keys? You find them in the cheese drawer. That project due by 3 p.m.? It's 4:30 and you're still staring at your computer screen in a daze. Fibro fog makes ... 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 »
Many have experienced the mental and emotional benefits of mindfulness training. The techniques help with relaxation during stressful times and push individuals to become more attentive to their ... Read More »
Beets aren’t the most common root vegetable on the American table. But it’s rich in a variety of vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients, which has made it a popular addition to many a juice ... Read More »
Most have only heard of the little parasite Toxoplasma gondii in the context of cats and pregnant women. If you’ve been pregnant, you may have heard your doctor tell you to steer clear of the kitty ... Read More »
The media loves to plaster the virtues of youth in magazines, TV shows and billboards whenever they get the chance. On the flip side, old age is often viewed negatively and old people are often ... Read More »
People tend to come in one of two camps when it comes to breakfast: those who eat it and those who don’t. While some in the latter camp staunchly deny the need for breakfast, others may skip it for ... Read More »
Despite the fact that millions of Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s disease, little is known about what causes affected individuals to descend into dementia. Two proteins called tau and beta ... Read More »



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