Drs. Oz and Roizen / Health

Get the Lead Out

Marauding Huns. Invading Visigoths. What really caused the fall of Rome? Some historians suggest it wasn't outsiders, but lead poisoning. Lead was used extensively in the upper classes' plumbing, utensils, even makeup, and the aristocracy suffered...

CPAP Doesn't Have to Cramp Your Style

In "The Mask," mousey Stanley Ipkiss (Jim Carey) discovers his inner flame and wins the heart of the luscious Tina (Cameron Diaz). Seems his ghoulish green mask didn't interfere with his love life at all; in fact, it improved it! Well, the same ...

Time to Check Out The Checkout

IM-pulse buys (think Instant Messaging) are sent your way whenever you wheel a grocery cart into the checkout lane or stroll up to a cash register to pay for a gallon of gas. "Hey, Sugar Brain, pick me! Pick me! Unwrap me now and scan the empty ...

Winning the Hunger Game

"The Hunger Games" may provide you with a good moviegoing experience, but if you're trying to maintain or achieve a healthy weight, feeling hungry can be a game-losing strategy. That's why we say: Aim to shed a pound a week, and make sure you eat ...

Don't Be a Soda Jerk

In "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire," the prankster twins Fred and George Weasley drink an Aging Potion so they'll appear old enough to enter the Triwizard Tournament. But they're prevented from crossing the Age Line (clever Dumbledore) and ...

Waist Not Want Not

Talk about inflation! What cost $25 in 1965 would ring up as $188.77 today. And in 1965 the average woman's waist size was 24-25 inches; today, it's 34-35 inches and growing. (Guys, a similar inflation is happening to you, but that's for another ...