Drs. Oz and Roizen / Health

The Power of 'Thank You'

England's first book of etiquette, "The Book of the Civilized Man," set behavior standards for 14th-century nobles, and many of the guide's admonitions are still accepted as good manners today: "When food is hidden in your mouth, let your tongue ...

How Fruits and Veggies Make You Happy

What do you call a stolen yam? A hot potato. What do you do when a tomato goes on strike? You pick it. How do you make a strawberry shake? Put it in the freezer until it shivers!

See how fruits and vegetables can cheer you up? And instead of ...

Are Teens Driven to Distraction?

Hey, Mom and Dad, the axiom "Do as I say, not as I do" turns out to be a pretty inadequate way to teach teen drivers how to be safe behind the wheel.

A new study by a national insurance company and Students Against Destructive Decisions reveals ...

The Five-Minute Walking Miracle

Cloudy mind? Damaged arteries? Spreading backside? A new study confirms that the remedy for these health woes is precisely what the fourth-century B.C. Greek philosopher Diogenes figured out: "Solvitur ambulando," he said. It is solved by walking!...