Drs. Oz and Roizen / Health

The Dangers of the Powdered Margarita

Weird ways to consume alcohol have been popping up on social media and YouTube -- and are enough to make any college counselor or parent's heart skip a beat. There's booze-soaked gummy candy called Rummy Bears and Wodka Worms; hand-sanitizer ...

Vitamin D Plusses

There are two sides to every argument, so the saying goes, and usually the truth lies somewhere in between. Fortunately, you don't have to takes sides in the debate about whether D-2 and D-3 are vitamins or hormones. Either way, they deliver ...

Yoga Au-Go-Go

Julia Roberts, Madonna, Colin Farrell and Dr. Oz all do poses -- yoga poses, that is -- along with 20 million other North Americans. The popularity of this practice, which originated in India, is thanks in large part to the guru B.K.S. Iyengar (he...

Working to Make Kids' Working Memory Stronger

Mr. Peabody, the Harvard-educated, cartoon canine professor (he graduated years before Dr. Oz), has an IQ that's so high, some say he's the world's smartest person! So it may surprise you that as a pup Mr. Peabody is rumored to have had working (...

Can Caffeinated Coffe Quiet Tinnitus?

In the 2007 film "Noise," Aussie constable Graham McGahan battles Melbourne's bad guys -- and his own deafening case of tinnitus (ringing in the ears). Luckily, when the din from a car horn cancels out the racket in his head, he hears his nemesis ...

Hot Tips on Diabetes

In 1984, when a New York City cop offered waitress Phyllis Penzo half a lottery ticket as a tip, the $6 million payoff gave them each a new life. That hot tip also gave Nicolas Cage a hit movie ("It Could Happen to You" is based on a true story). ...