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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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One Viewer’s Experience on the Mono Diet

The Monotrophic Diet, often known as the Mono Diet, is based around the concept of eating only one item per meal. On this regimen, you’re allowed to eat unlimited quantities per…

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In the News: Forgetfulness May Make You Smarter, Mindfulness May Reduce Blood Sugar, Lectin-Free Diet Is the Latest Diet Fad

Forgetfulness may make you smarter. As it turns out, having a perfect memory may not be as brag-worthy as it seems. A report out of the journal Neuron, indicates that…

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In the News: Eating Vegetable Protein May Prevent Early Menopause, Eating Certain Foods Before Bed May Improve Sleep, Long-Term Breastfeeding Linked to Cavities

Eating more vegetable protein may prevent early menopause. A study at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, scientists have found that consuming foods like whole grains, tofu, and soy may prolong…

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In the News: New Human Carcinogens Revealed, Food Poisoning Myths Debunked, Bacteria Found in Chain Coffee Drinks

Seven more substances officially labeled carcinogenic. In the 14th Report on Carcinogens, released by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 248 carcinogens were listed, included seven new additions….

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A Healthy Reset for Everyday People

Written by Sue Ward, Director of Nutrition at Sanoviv Institute If you are ready to improve your health, boost energy, shed excess body weight, and improve your appearance, then consider…

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In the News: Older Fathers May Have ‘Geekier’ Sons, Airplane Coffee and Tea May Be Full of Bacteria, Centenarians Share Secrets to Longevity

Older fathers may have ‘geekier’ sons. According to a “Geek Index”, created by King’s College London, men who wait longer to start a family may have “geekier” sons. A team of…

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In the News: Fish May Reduce Arthritis Symptoms, Trouble Concentrating Linked to Excessive Drinking, Tick Bites May Cause Meat Allergy

Eating fish may reduce arthritis symptoms. A study of 176 participants had found that eating fish may cut down in rheumatoid arthritis symptoms such as painful joint inflammation. Researchers divided members…

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5 Tips for Fitness Beginners

By: George & Jamie Hess of @NYCfitfam Summer is here, and headlines everywhere are screaming at us to be prepared. “Summer Slim Down!,” they shout. “Get Beach Body Ready!,” they…

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In the News: Fried Potatoes Linked to Mortality, EpiPen Rival Gets FDA Approval, Marijuana May Treat Period Pain

Fried potatoes may increase risk of death. French fry lovers may have cause for concern: a recent study has found that eating fried potatoes two or more times weekly can double…

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In the News: Interesting Vegetable Names Make Them More Appealing, One in Ten People Obese Worldwide, Drug Can Create a Tan Without the Sun

Interesting vegetable names make them more appealing. It turns out that the key to getting people to eat their vegetables has more to do with the marketing than the vegetable itself….

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