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Drs. Oz and Roizen / Health

Don't Forget Your Iodine

In 1509, Michelangelo wrote to a friend that his goiter was so large his "chin and belly meet perforce in one [and] my beard doth point to heaven." A goiter is an abnormal swelling of the thyroid, the butterfly-shaped gland at the base of the neck...

Curb Your Appetite With an Appetite for Love

When the Kinks crooned "Do It Again," they were bemoaning the endless repetition of conventional life. Little did they know that doing IT again and again -- you might call it a pleasurable do-over! -- is so good for body and soul. That's because ...

Antibiotics in the Food Chain

Treating viruses with antibiotics is like putting a screen door on a submarine. It's ineffective and can cause lots of problems when a battle begins. But, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, that hasn't stopped doctors ...

Better Safe, and No Reason to Be Sorry

In the 2005 movie "The 40-Year-Old Virgin," Andy Stitzer (Steve Carell) tries to overcome his loveless isolation with a series of disastrous dalliances. And while it's hard to understand why this sweet nerd has been such a failure at the dating ...

Chronic Fatigue: A New Name and Disgnostics

Sleeping Beauty slept for 100 years until she was awakened by the kiss of a prince. Although it took a long time for her to find relief, at least her profound tiredness was cured. That's something up to 2.5 million folks with chronic fatigue ...

Teaching Your Kids the ABC and D's

When the Northern Lights dance across the Arctic sky in Finland each winter, some say it makes up for the 18 hours of darkness during extra-long nights. But that psychedelic lightshow doesn't change the fact that kids there often are deprived of ...