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Drs. Oz and Roizen / Health

New (and Old) Solutions for High Anxiety

"High Anxiety" may have been Mel Brooks' idea of funny, but it's no laughing matter for more than 7 million North Americans who struggle with the insomnia, headaches, muscle tension, eating problems (too much or not enough) and relationship ...

Throwing in the Tau (To Evaluate Concussions)

A couple of seasons ago, 35 of 288 players in the Swedish Hockey League suffered concussions in the first half of their season! That's when the Swedes started testing for T-tau proteins in injured athletes' blood. These tau proteins are biomarkers...

Pap Test Versus HPV/DNA Screening

Marissa Jaret-Winokur (Tracy Turnblad in the Broadway version of "Hairspray") was diagnosed with cervical cancer after a Pap smear identified rogue cells in her cervix. She had a hysterectomy but spared her ovaries, and seven years later gave ...

Oat Cuisine

You may think oatmeal is bland and old-fashioned, but to true believers it's flavorful and versatile. If you Google it, 12 million results appear, and it has inspired a website called The Oatmeal Artist and a series of comics at TheOatmeal.com.

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Sweet on Sauerkraut

On "Beat Bobby Flay," when chef Flay's world-famous tacos were bested by Brian Tsao's Korean beef and kimchi version, the not-so-happy Bobby found out the hard way that fermented cabbage (that's sauerkraut and kimchi) is just what's needed to ...

Consumer Beeware Fake Honey

Tupelo Honey is a premium American sweet -- and, some say, it's Van Morrison's best album. But it's cheap ($16 for 12 ounces) compared to Elvish honey from Turkey, which runs about $194 an ounce. This new global market for super-honey is why North...