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Dr. Mehmet Oz
Dr. Mehmet Oz is one of the most respected surgeons in the world, as well as host of Second Opinion on the Discovery Health Channel.

Today, Dr. Oz brought a selection of real healthy and damaged organs to demonstrate what goes on inside the human body. If you overeat, smoke or drink too much, you may be surprised to see what you're doing to your body.
FROM: Insiders' Guide to Make You Younger and Healthier
Published on January 01, 2006



Health Questions for Dr. Oz
Dr. Oz
Loyal listeners are calling in and writing e-mails asking Dr. Oz, his wife Lisa and Dr. Roizen some of their burning health questions!

Barbara from Indiana asks Dr. Oz why she bruises so easily. Dr. Oz says it could have something to do with her light skin and northern European heritage. "There are some folks who have very thin skin because historically they needed to let the sun rays in," he says. "Sometimes the penalty you pay for that is when you bump yourself those small little capillaries can be prone to injury."

While easy bruising can be genetic, Dr. Oz says Barbara may also need to increase her intake of vitamin K. "It is possible that you are vitamin K-depleted, and that means your clotting factors will be a bit abnormal," he says. "So, get leafy green vegetables in your diet and increase the broccoli rob and the other things that have a lot of vitamin K in them." Lisa says that Barbara can also try a homeopathic remedy called arnica to help her bruises fade faster. "You can take it under your tongue or put it topically right on your bruises, and your bruises will go away much faster," Lisa says.

Another listener, Deborah, writes in to comment on a recent segment on The Oprah Winfrey Show when Dr. Oz helped a college student cure her smelly feet by soaking them in tea. Deborah wants to know if the homemade remedy will help her problem with sweaty underarms—Dr. Oz says it will. "Make yourself some tea—then soak some dishrags or cloth in it, and put it under your arms—it is actually pretty effective at drying out your armpits," Dr. Oz says.
The information provided here is for entertainment and informational purposes. You should consult your own physician before starting any treatment, diet or exercise program. The opinions expressed by the hosts, guests and callers to Oprah Radio are strictly their own.



Dr. Oz's All Star Advice - Episode 4
Dr. Oz
Dr. Mehmet Oz is back for the finale episode of Ask Oprah's All Stars as he answers your most burning questions in his embarrassment-free zone. Read the complete set of questions and answers from the final episode of All Stars right here!

1) Should we circumcise our son or not?

2) How can I go into a store just get that one item and not a whole wardrobe?

3) How do I stop craving cigarettes once and for all?

4) Is it normal to masturbate even if you have a robust sex life?

Go to first question
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Dr. Oz's All-Star Advice
America's doctor, Mehmet Oz, wants you to help you get on the path to living better.

"It's pretty simple: You've got to show up in your own life. Too many of us think showing up means literally walking out when it makes sense. We back our way through life, we don't bring together the team. There's never been a championship won by someone that didn't show up on the field.

So, you've got to pull it all together, bring the people around you that you love dearly, the folks you think can help you, the mentors you need, and pay attention to what we're talking about today because these are life lessons that can drastically change your life and the people around you as well. And we're going to do it all together." Let the advice-a-thon begin!

Dr. Oz tackles your health questions:

1. I'm too tired to think about sex. How do I get my energy back?

2. How can I live longer? And what does your "real age" mean?

3. What is my blood pressure and why is it important?

4. I hate vegetables! Why do I have to eat them?

5. What are the red flags that show I am aging too fast?

6. What is a vulva?

7. Why is splurging so bad and what can I do to counteract it if i do?

8. Why do I have a third nipple?

9. How can I live my best life this year?

Go to the first question
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As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any program.



The Best of Dr. Oz
Dr. Oz and Oprah
Since Dr. Oz's first Oprah Show appearance in 2004, Oprah says he's been both a teacher and a healer for millions of viewers. Over the course of 55 shows, he's inspired smokers to kick their habit , dieters to drink green smoothies and children to eat their veggies …to name a few!

Though he'll still join Oprah in Chicago from time to time, he's packing up his medical bag and heading to New York City to host his own show, The Dr. Oz Show !
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FROM: Embarrassing Questions, Lifesaving Updates: The Best of Dr. Oz
Published on May 12, 2009



Where to Watch The Dr. Oz Show
After five years and 55 shows, Dr. Oz is heading to New York to launch his own show. The Dr. Oz Show premieres Monday, September 14.

Tune in to see The Dr. Oz Show.
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FROM: Embarrassing Questions, Lifesaving Updates: The Best of Dr. Oz
Published on May 12, 2009