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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: Expert Reveals How to Slash Calories, Fitness Trackers May Not Be Accurate, Company Pays Employees to Adopt Cats

Expert reveals how to slash calories. Nutritionist Kristin Kirkpatrick has come up with seven ways to cut calories effectively. She recommends cutting out sugars and creamers from your daily coffee,…

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In the News: Alec Baldwin Talks Lyme Disease Diagnosis, Fruit Juice Not Recommended for Kids Under One, Certain Factors Make You Eat More When Full

Alec Baldwin opens up about having Lyme disease. In a recent interview, Alec Baldwin has revealed his Lyme disease diagnosis and subsequent struggles. After being bitten 17 years ago, he started…

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Nutrients You Need to Support Bone Health

Written By Austin Winegar, AsktheScientists.com Even though a variety of nutrients support and maintain bone health, calcium usually gets the most attention. Calcium is essential, but the health of your…

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In the News: Women With Advanced Cancer Are Living Longer, Social Networks Ranked in Terms of Mental Health, Five Critical Things to Look for on a Nutrition Label

Women with advanced cancer are living longer. In a study conducted between 1992-1994, and 2005 and 2012, the survival rate for women with advanced breast cancer has gone from 18 percent…

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Melanoma Awareness Month: Top Prevention Tips

Written by: Dr. Zeena Al-Dujaili On average, one American dies from melanoma every hour. This disease claims the lives of 10,000 Americans every year, but when it is caught early, survival…

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In the News: Fresh Fruit Linked to Lowered Diabetes Risk, Flying Associated With High Calorie Consumption, More States Allow Sunscreen at School

Fresh fruit linked to lowered diabetes risk. Love snacking on fruit? You may have another reason to bite into that Granny Smith. For diabetics, eating too much sugar can pose a…

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In the News: The Health Benefits of Kefir Revealed, DASH Diet Linked to Lowered Risk of Gout, Candy Will Soon Be Repackaged With Less Calories

The health benefits of kefir revealed. Studies have shown that eating probiotic foods is key for a healthy gut. Kefir is a great example, this the fermented milk beverage has been…

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In the News: Late Retirement Has Pros and Cons, Instagram Launches #HereForYou Campaign, Summer Activities With Highest Calorie Burn Revealed

Late retirement has pros and cons. While conventional wisdom states that we should slow down and prepare for retirement once we hit our 60s-70s, research seems to point to an opposite…

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In the News: Vegan Diet on the Rise in Germany, Espresso May Lower Pancreatic Cancer Risk, Touch Screens May Disrupt Toddlers’ Sleep

Vegan diet on the rise in Germany. While the German diet typically calls to mind beer, sausages, and fried chicken cutlets, the culinary landscape is swiftly transforming itself into a more…

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What You Need to Know About Melanoma

Written by: Dr. Neil Sadick Melanoma is the deadliest of skin cancers, mostly because it can spread very quickly and attack organs such as the brain and lungs. The rates…

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