9.10.14 agt

America’s Got Talent Live Recap: Will Musicians Dominate in Top 6 Results? (9/10/14)

Sep 10, 2014

America’s Got Talent is down to its final cut prior to next week’s finale performances. Tonight’s results show names the Top 6 acts fighting for a big shot at the title as this season’s most talented, a million dollars and a headline show in Las Vegas. While all the performances last night were strong, the sheer number and popularity of contending musicians makes it possible for their total domination in the results. Will there be a clean sweep? Nerdles provides you a live recap of the show so please refresh your browser for updates. If you missed last night’s performance…

Dr. Oz Preview: Ambien side effects and what went wrong in Joan Rivers' death

Dr. Oz Preview: Ambien side effects and what went wrong in Joan Rivers’ death

Sep 10, 2014

Today on The Dr. Oz Show, the focus is on how America sleeps, or rather, doesn’t sleep and the complications that may have risen in Joan Rivers’ death. Dr. Oz launches his first ever sleep clinic to help the 20 million or so Americans who can’t get the sleep they want every night. The #1 prescription for sleep, Ambien, also gets a bad rap from Dr. Oz as he shares the frightening side effects of taking this medication. And, if you are soem of the luckier ones getting good rest, Dr. Oz also gives us tips to fix our dreams….

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America’s Got Talent Recap: Christian Stoinev, AcroArmy & Mat Franco shine in sea of musicians (9/9/14)

Sep 9, 2014

America’s Got Talent is now down to its Top 12 acts and the expectations are higher as the season finale inches closer (that’s next week!). All performers were at their best tonight, taking into heart advises and suggestions given in the previous weeks for slam dunk routines that would earn a spot in the Top 6. Among the 12, AcroArmy and Christian Stoinev proved that their athleticism can match the vocal skills of a lot of singers in the group.  Illusionist Mat Franco lived up to his reputation for being the most in-control and close-up magician the show has ever…

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Food Fighters Season Finale Recap: Jim Stark’s century-old BBQ sauce smothers Top Chef Alumni (9/9/14)

Sep 9, 2014

On its 8th and final episode for its first season, Food Fighters topped the best of culinary skills from its roster of home cooks with 58-year old Jim Stark (photo in this recap). Jim came to the show with a $100,000 menu, promising to channel his cash winnings to the  improvement of an elderly group’s living environment where he has been volunteering his time to in the past three years. Jim, a native of Greenville, Mississippi, brought the dishes inspired by his grandmother. Without any training from a culinary school, Jim hoped that his passion for food would be enough to…

Dr. Oz Preview: "I am Adam Lanza's Mother" talks about mental illness epidemic in America

Dr. Oz Preview: “I am Adam Lanza’s Mother” talks about mental illness epidemic in America

Sep 9, 2014

Today on The Dr. Oz Show, we learn more about another epidemic taking over American shores – mental illnesses. Author of blog “I am Adam Lanza’s Mother,” Lisa Long, guests on today’s episode to bring to light her own personal fears of her son Michael turning violent. Dr. Oz also gives us a thyroid checklist to better assess our health (and hopefully, finally, get rid of that belly fat). Plus, if you thought caffeinated drinks were bad, well, they may actually be good for the liver – surprise! And finally, some extra tidbits of info on why flushable wipes are…

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The Dr. Oz Show Recap: Acidic fruits & warm soup can combat Enterovirus D68 (9/17/14)

The Dr. Oz Show highlighted a new health risk that is potentially on the verge of an outbreak in America: the Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68). This strain of virus is classified as rare and treatment or vaccines have yet to be made available. The good news is that the EV-D68 virus is uniquely sensitive to acid and temperature levels which make acidic fruits, warm soups and beverages as the basic combating factors that can protect lives. Also in this episode are vital lessons stemming from actor Robin Williams’ state of depression. EV-D68 is high-risk to children. This rare viral strain has…

9.16.14 dr. oz

The Dr. Oz Show Recap: 80% of sodium in diet comes from processed food (9/16/14)

Today on The Dr. Oz Show, the health risk from a known fact often ignored or overlooked came to life: a substantial portion of our sodium intake comes from processed or packaged food. As such, we risk taking in more than the recommended daily serving of half a teaspoon. As there is a direct correlation between salt and high blood pressure, people who consume higher than the maximum daily dose expose their hearts to greater hazards. Also in today’s episode is a diet plan that resets hormones to eliminate stubborn fat. Salt & High Blood Pressure. Like sugar, the taste…

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The Dr. Oz Show Recap: Lifestyle change starts with losing red meat to lose weight (9/15/14)

The Dr. Oz Show tackled the very specific case of Sheriff Don (photo in this recap) who needed help on how he could bring back good health and good quality of life. Don had issues with his weight and the fact that he was taking 14 different kinds of medication to address his health issues. He was advised to follow a major lifestyle change to lose weight, improve his health and pass the physical exam required by his job to get back on track. Other topics tackled in the show are the dangers that edible marijuana present to children, why…

Dr. Oz Sneak Peek: Overdosing on caffeine powder will kill you (9/12/14)

Dr. Oz Sneak Peek: Caffeine powder can kill you (9/12/14)

Today on The Dr. Oz Show, America’s favourite doctor splays out a white substance before his audience. It looks like cocaine. It’s not. It’s caffeine powder. The two look almost identical, and yes, both can kill you if taken in excessive amounts. Caffeine powder use has become such a trend that even the Food and Drug Administration has warned against the purchase of pure powdered caffeine sold on the internet. In fact, an Ohio high school honor student put the use of the substance into the spotlight when he was found dead due to caffeine overdose. It’s easily bought in health…