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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: 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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The Girl in the Tree House by Jennifer Asbenson

On today’s show Jennifer Asbenson spoke to Dr. Oz about her harrowing experience at the hands of Andrew Urdiales. At the age of 19, Asbenson took a ride from a…

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In the News: Hospital Releases Playlist for CPR, Acetaminophen During Pregnancy May Cause Hyperactivity, Boy’s Giggle Fits End Up Being Epileptic Seizures

Your DJ is now your doctor. A New York hospital releases a playlist of songs for CPR. Music can set the mood at a dinner party, date night, and even…

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In the News: Restful Sleep Can Dramatically Improve Mood, New Cholesterol Drug Can Reduce Risk of Heart Disease, CDC Ranks Most Sleep-Deprived Jobs

Counting sheep might be as good as counting cash. A good night’s sleep feels like winning the lottery. Ever notice that quality rest and relaxation makes you feel like a…

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In the News: Colon Cancer Risk Rising for Young People, World Happiness Report Gives Norway Top Ranking, Eating Vegetables May Reduce Stress

Colon cancer risk rising for young people. A recent study has found that Americans under 55 are seeing more colon and rectal cancer cases, with rates rising quickly. If you were…

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In the News: New Obesity Gene May Impact African-Americans, Certain Foods May Help a Hangover, Tia Mowry Opens Up About Endometriosis

New obesity gene may impact African-Americans. Researches conducted a 1,500 participant study in Nigeria and found a genetic mutation known as SEMA4D that may be responsible for weight gain. They…

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The Many Benefits of Omega-3s

Written by Brian Dixon, PhD No nutritional program is complete without a high-quality source of beneficial omega-3 fatty acids. Fats are an essential part of our diet. However, we should…

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In the News: Fecal Transplants May Normalize Blood Sugar, DNA Scan Finds Genes Linked to Autism, Veggie Cakes Popular in Japan

Repoopulating the gut: The future of diabetes management? Fecal transplant normalized blood sugar in mice. In a recent study, researchers fed healthy mice resveratrol, the molecule in red wine that…

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