Drs. Oz and Roizen / Health

You Gotta Love Those Beans

When feckless Jack swapped the family cow for a handful of beans, he was onto something: Not only does a daily serving of lentils, mature peas, chickpeas or kidney beans help with weight management, the resistant starch they contain counteracts ...

The Pros and Cons of Processed Foods

In this summer's hit biopic "Get On Up," Chadwick Boseman makes James Brown's processed hair look almost, well, natural. But that 'do isn't the only processed item that's gotten big press lately. There's a debate going on about good vs. bad ...

Drs. Oz And RoizenFish Get and Honorary Degree

When we saw the headline "Fish Consumption Linked to College Education," we thought something sounded, well, a little fishy. Let's face it: It takes more than a couple of platefuls of holy mackerel to get into Notre Dame, or a cape full of cod to ...

An Aspirin a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

In 1550 B.C., Egyptian physicians may have said, "Take two myrtle leaves and call me in the morning." An ancient papyrus scroll indicates that even back then, people used salicylate-rich plants to ease pain. Flash-forward 3,500 years: These days ...

Light Up Your Life

When John Denver sang "Sunshine on my shoulders, makes me happy," he spotlighted full-spectrum light's ability to influence mood and health. And a new study reinforces just how important it is to get your daily dose of sunshine.

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Healthy Restaurant Eating

The latest survey of restaurant meals in America reveals how easy it is to set off a nutrition bomb when you eat out. The Big Hook Up platter from Joe's Crab Shack (crab balls with cream cheese, beer-battered fish and chips, coconut and crab-...