Drs. Oz and Roizen / Health

Berry (Apple or Plum) Good News For Your Heart

John Chapman, aka Johnny Appleseed, planted apple orchards all over Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana in the early 1800s -- letting locals brew up hard cider (that was the main use for those crops). These days, a bounty of fruit is available ...

How to Get Generic Drugs You Need

"It was just on the tip of my tongue. What was it?"

If you're taking medication, chances are the answer to your questions is "a generic drug." About 80 percent of prescribed medications are generics. But there's been some (justified) worry that ...

How To Use and Choose Your Drink

Some folks use sodas to establish bizarre records (longest time to balance six unopened soda cans on a chin is 12.57 seconds), and others down Death Wish Coffee; it delivers double the caffeine in every cup and is made from organic robusta beans. ...

You Are What Your Mother Ate

In 2007, the heaviest woman ever to give birth weighed in at 532 pounds, and it took 30 doctors to perform the C-section. While she's an extreme example of what's happening across North America, the average weight for a 20- to 29-year-old woman (...

The Truth About Hangovers

Ancient Assyrians downed a mixture of ground bird beak and myrrh. And P.G. Wodehouse's Jeeves (in "Jeeves Takes Charge") served up a concoction of Worcestershire sauce, raw egg and red pepper. Those remedies may sound pretty awful, but when you ...

One More Reason to Avoid Triclosan/Trilocarban

Howard Hughes may be the world's most famous germaphobe (he created a "germ-free" zone in his home where he would sit naked watching movies), but germ phobia seems pretty widespread these days. More than 2,000 antibacterial products are sold, from...

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