The Difference Between Being Sleepy and Fatigued (And Why It Matters)

Written by Dr. Daniel A. Barone Are you tired? Let’s dig a little deeper… Imagine going to a sleep specialist, neurologist, psychiatrist, or any doctor for that matter, and complain of…

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The Plan to Start the New Year Off Right

Written by Anthea Noel, RN Happy New Year! It is officially the start of a new year which means it’s time to take a look at the improvements we want to make over…

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Seaweed: The Magical Green Snack From The Sea

Every year there seems to be a new popular food that grabs the media’s attention as the new health craze that has special nutritional benefits. For some time, kale and…

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A Closer Look at Arsenic in Gluten-Free Foods

If you’re avoiding gluten, you’re not alone. According to data from market research company Mintel, about one-third of you are giving gluten-free eating a try. Increased demand has resulted in…

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More Ways to Save Big on Health Care — Even If You’re Not Broke

  Elisabeth is a 13-time Emmy winner, a critically acclaimed personal finance author, and a 20-year consumer advocate for programs such as Good Morning America and The Dr. Oz Show. Connect…

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Exercise Is Key for Keeping Back Pain at Bay

If you suffer from lower back pain, you’re not alone: At any given time, about one in eight people in the world experience back pain. Over the course of your…

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5 Healthy Ways to Start Your Day in 5 Minutes or Less

You don’t need a rigid schedule or even a lot of time to get each day off to an energetic and healthy start. Try a few of these quick and…

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How Botulinum Toxin Can Help Your Health (Not Just Your Wrinkles)

Recently, I was asked in an interview to comment on a small, but growing trend in New York City where women wish to receive botulinum toxin (such as Botox) injections…

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It’s Time to Kick Off Season 7

Summer is over, which means we’re kicking off a brand new season of The Dr. Oz Show. It’s hard for me to believe that we’ve already hit the seventh season,…

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Keeping Your Blood Pressure Low Could Be Life-Saving

High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is a problem for millions of Americans and is made especially dangerous by the fact that it silently damages your body. For many,…

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