Today on The Dr. Oz Show, the dividing line as to who should be taking low-dose aspirin was refined in light of a new study conducted by Harvard University. According to Dr. Oz, low-dose aspirin is the most widely used drug in the US where about 60 million Americans take it on a daily basis. […]
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Last month, The Dr. Oz Show addressed the growing concern on Enterovirus D68 following the sharp increase in recorded cases, largely among children. Today, the discussion was revisited with experts in light of new developments where the virus has been linked to new alarming symptoms other than what is similar to the common flu: it […]
Urinary tract infection (UTI) in women brings too much discomfort. But for those with chronic UTI, life gets disrupted. The Dr. Oz Show showed that this condition affects at least 7 million women on an annual basis, as confirmed by integrative medicine specialist Tasneem Bhatia (photo in this recap). Dr. Bhatia noted that UTI which keeps […]
Who among us women wouldn’t love to have silky straight hair? For those who are big fans of keratin-infused hair straightening products and hair relaxers, The Dr. Oz Show issues a new warning based on scientific facts: these products are directly liable for temporary breathing problems, rashes, radical changes in hair texture, extreme damage to […]
Why is losing weight so difficult to achieve despite the availability of healthy and fresh food options? The answer has nothing to do with appetite and this was proven in today’s episode of The Dr. Oz Show. According to Cornell University’s Brian Wansink (photo in this recap), the tendency to indulge in mindless eating which […]