Dr. Oz and Roizen

Aug 27, 2014
The Grapes of Wrath, The Bad Seed and Attack of the Killer Tomatoes ! These movies from the 1940s, '50s and '70s might make you think North Americans aren't on very good terms with fruits and vegetables. Fortunately, since the '70s, consumption of produce has gone up...

Aug 26, 2014
When low-back pain strikes (it hits about 80 percent of folks at least once) almost everyone is told to take a Tylenol and take it easy. But until now no one bothered to check if taking that pain reliever really made you feel better.
Seems for most folks, it does not. That...

Aug 25, 2014
Childhood obesity is on the rise - about 17 percent of North American kids are beyond overweight! At the same time, children and teens are inundated with glorified images of super-skinny women, from runway models with thigh gap (extoled on Tumblr pages) to Miley Cyrus. No...

Aug 22, 2014
Professional wrestler Daniel Bryan got a RAW (Real Action Wrestling) deal when he was kicked out of the WWE for fake-strangling a ring announcer. But he re-emerged the next year, and in 2012 won the WWE United States Championship and an award from PETA for being the Most...

Aug 21, 2014
When urogynecologists in Grand Rapids, Michigan, helped set up the Laugh Don't Leak comedy show last year, they wanted to become rainmakers for the National Association for Continence. And while that fundraiser didn't leave a dry (eye) in the house, we think they could...

Aug 20, 2014
When Leonardo DaVinci painted The Last Supper around 1492, the food on the table (including eel with orange slices) was pretty sparse, and the dishes were small.
But, according to a study of 52 of the best-known renditions of that occasion, the more recent paintings show...

Aug 19, 2014
Dr. Mike was walking through his Wellness Center one afternoon when he heard a member of a yoga class comment: I love doing it early in the morning, but it makes me late for work sometimes.
That got him thinking about all the benefits of morning workouts (what did you...

Aug 18, 2014
North Americans love coffee: Canada has 40 Starbucks for every million residents. That beats the U.S., where there are around 36 locations per million people!
And Hispanics are the most coffee-lovin': 76 percent of adult Hispanic Americans say they drank coffee in the past...

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