Around 70 million Americans a year complain of joint pain. The knee is the most important joint in the body, and it is also the most likely to get injured. Dr. Oz took a viewer into a morgue and showed her what an arthritic knee looks like on the inside.
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Around $250 million dollars are spent every year on Ginkgo biloba, making it one of the most commonly used supplements in the world. It has been used for memory enhancement for centuries, But does it really work? And is it safe? Dr. Oz shares his thoughts.
There have been a couple of new medical breakthroughs that could help women to have better sex lives. Jennifer Ashton, MD, and Laura Berman, PhD, appeared on the Dr. Oz show to discuss these medical advances and help explain what they could mean for many women.
Rachael Ray appeared on the Dr. Oz Show to share her healthier summer BBQ and cocktail recipes. These recipes can be used to replace some of the older favorites, that are much higher in calories and fat.
Dr. Oz was deeply moved by Angelina Jolie’s public announcement regarding her decision to have a double mastectomy. Jolie wrote an emotional essay for the New York Times, explaining that she carried a faulty BRCA1 gene, which put her at an incredibly high risk of developing breast cancer
Most people know that cold and dampness can cause joint pain, but there are other weather conditions that affect your health in different ways. Ginger Zee, an ABS News Meteorologist, appeared on the Dr. Oz Show to discuss some of the conditions she faces every day and how these affect her health.
One of the questions that Dr. Oz is asked the most is, “Why am I dieting and still not losing the weight?”. To try and answer this question, and offer advice and a solution, he invited fitness expert, Chris Powell, on to the show to share his custom weight loss formula. This is a quick and easy formula that determines how many calories your body (specifically) burns everyday.
Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that controls how much we eat, as well as what we eat. It also controls the part of our moods that make us “feel good”, or pleasure. This makes your chocolate or caffeine craving not about the actual chocolate or caffeine itself, but about the dopamine release that they trigger