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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.

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Today’s Headlines: Sex, Narcissism and the Mediterranean Diet

Having an active sex life may help your brain as you age. It turns out that sex more than just pleasurable according to a new study that’s found brain benefits…

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Acetaminophen, Supplements Most Common Causes of Acute Liver Failure

You’ve probably heard a news piece or two on the dangers of new prescription drugs thought to cause liver damage and disease. But according to new research published this week,…

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Today’s Headlines: Peanuts, Headphones and Pain

Peanuts are an easy way to boost your heart health. Chowing down on a handful of nuts is just what the doctor ordered, according to a new study out this…

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Emotionally Charged Movies Get Your Hunger Going

Chances are good you don’t keep track of the popcorn left over at the end of watching a movie. But if you’re anything like a team of researchers who have…

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How to Sneak Clean Eating Into Your Diet

Written by culinary nutritionist Stefanie Sacks, MS, CNS, CDN A devout clean eater for 30 years, I chose this path to help resolve illness as a kid—terrible allergies, asthma, recurring bronchitis…

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Today’s Headlines: Emulsifiers, Sleep and Eyelashes

Common food ingredient could be contributing to chronic diseases. Emulsifiers are found in many of the processed foods we eat. They act as a kind of bridge between fats and…

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Younger Women Often Discount Heart Attack Symptoms

If you were asked to describe a “typical” heart attack, you might describe an older man with his hand on his chest in severe pain. This image, seen so frequently…

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Today’s Headlines: Late Night Eating, Googling and Anger

Eating when you should be sleeping may affect your brain. After a long day of work or a late night out, you might find yourself reaching for snacks when you…

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How Your Brain Waves Help You Learn

The brain is a complex information-processing computer that uses a combination of chemical and electrical signals to send and receive information. Neuroscientists and physicians have long observed that you can…

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Celebrity Secrets to Looking and Feeling Younger (Even in the Grip of Menopause)

Written by celebrity fitness trainer, exercise and nutrition expert Kathy Kaehler When you train some of the biggest names in entertainment – an industry bursting with youthful energy – you have to not…

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