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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: Why You Should Snack on Nuts, The Link Between Obesity and Cancer, and How Your Coffee Cravings May Be Determined by Your DNA

Adding nuts to your daily diet may significantly reduce inflammation in your body. A new study has shown that eating a handful of nuts several times a week is beneficial….

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Today’s Headlines: The FDA-Approved Head Injury Test, Why Crossing Your Legs is Bad for You, and How Often You Should Get Mammograms

The FDA has approved the ImPACT test. The ImPACT test stands for Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment Cognitive Testing which is the first cognitive test of its kind to be approved. “ImPACT…

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Today’s Headlines: Gallstones May Increase Heart Disease Risk, The Link Between Calcium Supplements and Dementia, and an Update on the Zika Virus

Gallstones may put you at risk for heart disease. A new study has found that heart disease risk may be correlated to a medical history of gallstones. “Among women, Qi’s…

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Today’s Headlines: Surprising Mosquito Magnets, How a Sedentary Lifestyle Can Negatively Affect You, and The Correlation Between Weight and Cancer

What you drink, what you wear, and the make-up of your skin may put you at risk for mosquito bites. Grayson Brown, a mosquito scientist who works at the University…

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Today’s Headlines: The Initial Signs of Dementia, the Amount of Exercise That May Lower Disease Risk, and How Yoga May Help Stress

Evidence suggests that the first symptom of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease might not be memory loss. While memory loss is definitely a warning sign, research has shown that other issues…

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Watch The Voice Awards Live

The 2016 Voice Awards recognize leaders in the film and theater industry who portray people with behaviorial health conditions in a powerful and meaningful way, including showing the support system…

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Today’s Headlines: The Link Between Pollution and Lung Cancer, How Meal Planning Can Help You Eat Healthier, and Evidence That Reading May Increase Longevity

If you have lung cancer, living in a polluted area can accelerate the disease’s progression. New research suggests the further damage it can cause in cancer patients. “Researchers examined cancer…

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Today’s Headlines: Heart Disease Risk in Pre-Menopausal Women, How Weight Gain May Affect Your Brain, and Why Surgery May Be Unnecessary in Some Cases

Pre-menopausal women are at a greater risk for heart disease. Doctors have commonly believed that heart disease risk increases in the beginning of menopause, but new research shows that may…

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Today’s Headlines: More Benefits of Fish Oil, The Food That Might Be Hurting Your Kidneys, and New Research on Why You Shouldn’t Smoke

Fish oil may help your heart heal after a heart attack. While omega-3 fats are generally recommended as a way to prevent heart disease, new research has found that it…

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Today’s Headlines: Exercising Can Help Lower Risk of Heart Disease, How to Undo the Damage of a Sedentary Lifestyle, and What May Be Causing Your Gluten Sensitivity

Exercising for two and a half hours per week may decrease your risk of heart disease. Women under the age of 50 can lower their risk by about 25 percent…

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