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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.

Today’s Headlines: New Stem Cell Research on Alzheimer’s Disease, Why Vegetable Oils May Not Be Helping Your Heart, and When Thyroid Cancer Isn’t Cancer

Researchers from the University of Miami are set to begin a stem cell clinical trial for Alzheimer’s disease. The research trial is the first time the stem cells will be…

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Today’s Headlines: New Aspirin Guidelines, Updates on the Zika Virus, and Which Foods May Help You Lose Weight

Older adults with a risk for heart disease may want to add an aspirin regimen to their diets. The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force released new guidelines for adults. “Adults…

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Higher Vitamin D Might Help Keep Cancer at Bay

Vitamin D has long been known to be a key player in the health of your bones, but in recent years research has also uncovered some of the other ways…

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Today’s Headlines: How Exercise May Help Insomnia, A Potential Way to Ease Anxiety, and Why Some Carbs Are Bad For You

Moderate aerobic exercise may help men with insomnia. A new study has found that exercise might help overweight or obese men fall asleep. “Regular aerobic exercise training reduces sedentary time,…

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Go Backstage at The Dr. Oz Show

Ever wonder how the Emmy Award-nominated show comes together? In this Facebook Live video, Dr. Oz takes you behind the scenes at ABC Studios in New York City to show…

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Today’s Headlines: Potential Vitamin D Benefits for Your Heart, The Link Between Endometriosis and Heart Disease, and How Climate Change May Affect Your Overall Health

Vitamin D might be able to help people with heart problems. In a recent study, vitamin D supplements were shown to improve the health in older people with heart issues….

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Environment Can Trump Genes for Those at Risk for Depression

In a given year, more than one in 20 Americans is affected by depression, with some estimates saying as many as one in six will be affected over the course…

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Today’s Headlines: The Harmful Chemical That Could Be in Your Canned Food, What Activity May Prevent Breast Cancer Recurrence, and How Lack of Exercise May Relate to Diabetes

The chemical bisphenol-A (BPA) is still in 60 percent of canned goods. Despite many efforts to remove the harmful chemical, there are still tons of cans with BPA in your…

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Today’s Headlines: The Foods That May Help Reduce Cataract Risk, What Might Be Causing Your Road Rage, and How Stress Can Affect Your Heart

Eating fruits and vegetables high in vitamin C may help reduce the risk of developing cataracts later in life. Researchers found that diet, rather than genetics, may be the stronger…

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Juices Are Often High In Sugar, Especially for Children

You’ve probably heard that soft drinks are bad for your health. Those who indulge in these fizzy beverages are more likely to end up obese with diabetes, heart disease, or…

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