Dr. Oz and Roizen



Apr 18, 2014
High Anxiety may have been Mel Brooks' idea of funny, but it's no laughing matter for more than 7 million North Americans who struggle with the insomnia, headaches, muscle tension, eating problems (too much or not enough) and relationship conflicts that general anxiety...


Apr 17, 2014
A couple of seasons ago, 35 of 288 players in the Swedish Hockey League suffered concussions in the first half of their season! That's when the Swedes started testing for T-tau proteins in injured athletes' blood. These tau proteins are biomarkers, released when there's a...


Apr 16, 2014
Marissa Jaret-Winokur (Tracy Turnblad in the Broadway version of Hairspray ) was diagnosed with cervical cancer after a Pap smear identified rogue cells in her cervix. She had a hysterectomy but spared her ovaries, and seven years later gave birth to a son using a...


Apr 15, 2014
You may think oatmeal is bland and old-fashioned, but to true believers it's flavorful and versatile. If you Google it, 12 million results appear, and it has inspired a website called The Oatmeal Artist and a series of comics at TheOatmeal.com. But if you're like most...


Apr 14, 2014
On Beat Bobby Flay, when chef Flay's world-famous tacos were bested by Brian Tsao's Korean beef and kimchi version, the not-so-happy Bobby found out the hard way that fermented cabbage (that's sauerkraut and kimchi) is just what's needed to create a tasty, healthful meal...


Apr 11, 2014
Tupelo Honey is a premium American sweet - and, some say, it's Van Morrison's best album. But it's cheap ($16 for 12 ounces) compared to Elvish honey from Turkey, which runs about $194 an ounce. This new global market for super-honey is why North American consumers should...


Apr 10, 2014
Pictures of lava tubes that meander through the innards of the Moon reveal safe havens where future astronauts might sleep, protected from radiation and meteorites. Images of your inner passageways also protect you from danger: Colonoscopies that send a tiny camera through...


Apr 9, 2014
Forty-two years ago, when All in the Family's Edith Bunker (Jean Stapleton) headed for menopause, she declared, I feel like I'm jumping in and out of a hot maze and somebody's twisting a rubber band around my head. Back then, we were trying to figure out how best to...

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