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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: Prince William and Lady Gaga Tackle Mental Health Issues; Running May Be Contagious; High-Fat, High-Carb Diet Linked to Arthritis

Prince William and Lady Gaga tackle mental health issues. In a video posted on the Royal Family’s official Facebook page, Prince William FaceTimed with Lady Gaga to discuss mental health awareness and…

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Do You Really Have Fibromyalgia?

By Dr. David M. Brady Are you one of tens of millions of individuals silently suffering from widespread pain and fatigue? Have you been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, but recovery seems…

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In the News: Golden Gate Bridge Will Have Suicide Barrier, Trans Fat Bans Lower Disease Rates, Dairy-Free Diet Potentially Dangerous

Golden Gate Bridge will have a suicide barrier. Over the last 80 years, around 1,500 people have committed suicide on the famous Golden Gate Bridge. Just last year, 39 people jumped…

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In the News: Tips to Treat Jellyfish Stings, J.Lo Shares Diet Details, New App Helps Kids Feel Less Afraid of Hospitals

Doctor shares tips for jellyfish sting relief. If you’ve ever been stung by a jellyfish, you know how much it hurts. The important thing to remember when dealing with these stings is…

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Farm to Hospital: How the Way We Farm Makes Us Sick

Written by: Ron Weiss, MD Given the recent turn of events, it is unclear whether the Affordable Care Act really has been given a reprieve, or whether millions still risk…

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Which Nutrients Best Support Healthy Vision?

Written by Austin Winegar, AsktheScientists.com Eye health is an often-overlooked aspect in our journey to overall health, but there are some important nutrients out there that can help support healthy…

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In the News: Study Says Pets Linked to Improved Health, Smoking Causes One in 10 Deaths, More Middle-Aged Men Taking Steroids

Study says pets linked to improved health. A 2015 Harris poll has found that 95 percent of pet owners look at their animal as a family member and treat them like…

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In the News: Three Factors Contribute to Successful Diets, Bob Harper Discusses His Heart Attack, Mama June Reveals Stunning Weight Loss

The best diets have three things in common. CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta has found that there are three factors involved in successful diets. These meal plans will have…

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In the News: Slow Breathing May Treat Anxiety Disorders, Americans Over 60 Are Drinking More, Five Factors Linked to Unsuccessful Weight Loss

Slow breathing may help treat anxiety disorders. A study on neurobiology conducted at UCLA has found that specific brain cells are triggered during slow breathing, and they have a direct impact…

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In the News: Nighttime Bathroom Trips Linked to Salt, Tetris Can Reduce PTSD Onset, Six Healthy Foods Loaded With Secret Sugars

Nighttime bathroom trips linked to salt intake. A recent study has found that people over the age of 60 who wake up in the middle of the night to urinate…

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