Drs. Oz and Roizen / Health

Calling All Cauliflower

What do Cheddar, Purple Head, Graffiti and White Cloud have in common? No, they're not names of characters in a "Toy Story" movie or the members of a punk band from the '80s. They're varieties of cauliflower!

This nubby member of the Brassica ...

The Best Aspirin Regimen Post-Heart Attack

It's said that new habits die easily but old habits die hard -- and that seems to be especially true when it comes to doctors who send their heart-attack patients home from the hospital with a directive for taking daily aspirin.

While the ...

Sleeping With Baby

Around 4 million babies will be born in the U.S. and Canada this year, and if you're one of the new parents, you want to make sure your newbie thrives. Fortunately, since 1992 when the American Academy of Pediatrics first recommended that infants ...

Good Health is Very Amusing

From 1995 to 2014, comedies took in $38.6 billion at the box office, more than action, adventure and horror movies. And that's not even counting romantic comedies, which grossed $9.1 billion.

While you might think that comedies are simply a ...

Fans at Heart Attack Risk

Has LeBron James' return to the Cleveland Cavaliers put some loyal supporters at risk for a heart attack? For a lot of fans (the word does come from "fanatics") the answer is yes. The same is true for football fans in Seattle, baseball fans around...

Something's Fishy About Farmed Fish

The word "POP" pops up all over the place! Pop Quiz (always irritating). Pop Culture ("The Honeymooners" or a Jay-Z and Beyonce duet). Soda Pop (always bad for you). And then there's Popcorn (yummy).

But did you know that there's evidence (more ...