Anyone who relies on or believes the advice dished out by the hosts of the TV programs Dr. Oz Show and The Doctors may want to think twice. According to the findings of a new study from the University of Alberta (UB), one should be wary of the information because frequently there is little, no, or contradictory research to support it.
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“How many of you feel old before your time?” asks Dr. Oz as he introduces to viewers his latest anti-aging guide that he promises will jump start your energy and make you feel and look younger in just 7 days.
Don’t reach just for any appetite suppressant supplement to curb your hunger pains and lose weight. According to Dr. Oz, there is a new natural appetite suppressant that will not only stop your hunger and help you lose weight, but is healthy for you as well.
The overprescribing and resulting dependence on sleeping pills has become a serious problem in the U.S. A recent report tells us that lack of sleep can actually do serious damage to your brain. In fact, research shows that chronic insomnia can lead to death. Therefore, while a good night’s rest is a health-must, reaching for a sleeping pill may not be necessary if you perform these 3 natural sleep aid steps recommended by Dr. Oz.
Hemp seed can give memory a boost. But how does it work to help keep the brain healthy?
We have been told repeatedly that washing our hands often is the best way to prevent transmission of the cold and flu viruses. However, avoiding bacteria should be a concern as well, that in some cases takes more than habitual hand cleaning to protect our health. In fact, one study reported that that the level of bacteria found on the hands of 300 test subjects was equivalent to the contamination of a dirty toilet bowl.