Drs. Oz and Roizen / Health

Taking Dark Chocolate in Stride

"Chocolate Soldier" was the nickname of a 1930s track-devouring thoroughbred named Equipoise; Chocolate Candy was a flashy, high-stepping contender in the 2009 Belmont Stakes; and 85 Percent Dark Chocolate?

Well, if you're dealing with ...

Dodging Hidden Sugars

Back in 1969, when The Archies sang "Sugar, Sugar," Americans consumed about 2,400 total calories a day; around 595 of those came from sugar. Today, most North Americans down an astounding 2,900 calories a day, and 680 of those are from sugar.

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Passing the Smell Test

Justin Bieber and sometimes-girlfriend Selena Gomez each have their own perfume, as do over 40 other celebrities, including Bruce Willis (eau de angry?) and Lady Gaga (when you have nothing else to wear?).

Add this perfume-mania to the scents ...

It's Never Too Late to Get Heart Healthier

If you think you can't can turn your life around and become heart healthier because, "It's just too late," consider this: Navy surgeon Paul Spangler took up running at age 67 and completed his 14th marathon at age 92, and Katherine Pelton, at age ...

TV To Die For

With TV shows like "Under the Dome," "The Blacklist," "Criminal Minds" and countless others relentlessly spewing out tales of child molestation, mutilation, torture, cannibalism and endless killing and destruction, it seems reasonable to suggest ...