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The Oz Blog’s Medical Research Team furthers the mission of the The Dr. Oz Show by facilitating a larger conversation on health, wellness, and important medical news as it happens. Stay informed, stay one step ahead, and stay healthy.

In the News: Solar Eclipse Safety Tips Revealed, Anger May Improve Happiness, Singing May Improve Parkinson’s Symptoms

Solar eclipse safety tips revealed.  As the anticipation grows for the upcoming solar eclipse, many are wondering how to safely witness this phenomenon. With so many people planning to wear…

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In the News: Google Encourages Plant-Based Eating, Instagram Feed May Reveal Signs of Depression, Doing Puzzles Can Shave 10 Years Off Your Brain

Google encourages employees to adopt a plant-based diet. Google, a company that has never shied away from taking on environmental issues like pollution and deforestation is now taking a stand against…

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In the News: New Drug Treats All Forms of Hepatitis C, Loneliness May Be a Bigger Killer Than Obesity, Green Tea Extract May Treat Tooth Sensitivity

FDA approves a new drug that treats hepatitis C. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), around anywhere from 2.7 to 3.9 million Americans are currently living with hepatitis…

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In the News: Scientists Edit Human Embryos, Sexually Transmitted Zika Virus Confirmed in Florida, Low Calorie Diet Linked to Learning Improvement

Scientists edit mutation in human embryos. For the first time ever, scientists have successfully repaired a mutated gene that causes hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM). This disease affects half a million Americans…

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In the News: Engineers Print an Artificial Beating Heart, FDA May Require Nicotine Reduction in Cigarettes, Men Who Eat Excess Sugar May Develop Mental Health Disorders

Engineers print an artificial beating heart. At ETH Zurich, engineers have successfully created an artificial heart with ventricles that pump a blood-like substance, that weighs the same as a real…

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In the News: Brain Disease Found in 99% of Deceased NFL Players, Owning a Dog Can Improve Physical Health, Sperm Count Dropping in Men Across the World

Brain disease found in 99% of deceased NFL players. According to a study in the JAMA medical journal, 99 percent of deceased NFL players showed signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE),…

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In the News: Appetite-Suppressing Foods Revealed, Blue Light May Impact Eye Health, Time-Saving Services May Boost Happiness

Appetite-suppressing foods revealed. While there is no secret ingredient to help you lose weight, there are a few key foods you can eat to give you a boost. Nutritionists recommend Greek…

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In the News: Study Reveals Why Cutting Carbs Is Hard, Laughing at Yourself May Improve Health, Diet Drinks May Cause Weight Gain

Study reveals why cutting carbs is so challenging. If you’ve ever tried to quit eating carbohydrates and found yourself in a cold sweat gawking at a chocolate chip cookie just days…

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In the News: Best Time of Day to Exercise Revealed, Forest Bathing on the Rise, Speech May Show Signs of Mental Decline

Best time of day to exercise revealed. The age-old debate about optimal workout times has always been met with confusion. While many people swear that early morning workouts are the key…

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In the News: Snortable Chocolate on the Rise, Coffee May Increase Longevity, FDA Approves New Cancer Treatment

Snortable chocolate on the rise. A product called Coco Loko is making waves among the party crowd in Europe in recent years. This snortable chocolate powder claims to reduce stress and…

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