Drs. Oz and Roizen / Health

What's Cookin'?

When Junior Walker and the All Stars sang about the delights of "Home Cookin'," it turned out that unlike many blues songs, there was no hidden meaning -- they really were demanding a dish of great food. "I need home, home cookin', yeah." If only ...

Go Off the Wall for Walnuts

"Dumb and Dumber To," the new Jim Carey, Jeff Daniels buddy movie, may spread super-nuttiness across the land. But this holiday season it's walnuts that you want to use to amp up your health and happiness.

We've long extolled the power of eating ...

Drs. Oz And Roizen

Did you know Rudolph Nureyev probably had shin splints? Everybody knows dancers get that injury. But did you know runners and tennis, soccer and basketball players are also at high risk? And that it takes just 15 minutes to make sure you avoid the...

Eat the Fruit and Dodge the Juice

In the early 1900s, the baseball club the Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers got its name from the survival skills that local folks needed to safely cross the borough's many trolley tracks.

A century later, if you're a dedicated Food Felon Dodger trying ...

Some Stressed Kids Do Better With Pets

The Cleveland Browns' Dawg Pound (in endzone bleacher seats) isn't our first choice for where to take little kids on a Sunday afternoon. On many occasions, those fans make English soccer hooligans look like Boy Scouts. But taking your child to an ...

Hey Curiousity, Thanks for the Memory

If you don't know what year Bob Hope and Shirley Ross originally sang "Thanks for the Memory," but are curious to find out, chances are you'll remember once we tell you. They sang the memorable tune (it won the Oscar for Best Original Song) in a ...