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Killing Us Softly: Dr Paul Offit

Once upon a time, when I had an interest in medicine, I bought a couple of medical books and journals. But in hind sight, that might not have been the best idea because I found it difficult to understand them with my high school Biology knowledge. 597 more words

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Drs. Oz and Roizen: Is your brain obese?

Need some extra motivation to take off those excess pounds? We’ve got it for you!

A new report reveals, for the first time, that there’s a direct link between belly fat and brain drain — and how to stop it. 681 more words


Drs. Oz and Roizen: Knock down cancer today

Cancer rates around the world will skyrocket 57 per cent in the next 20 years, says a sobering new report from the World Health Organization. 699 more words


Drs. Oz and Roizen: Build a bigger, better brain - at any age

Forgot something? You’re not alone. One in eight baby boomers has memory lapses, at least once in a while, a recent survey says. And whether you’ve forgotten where you put the car keys or the name of your favourite Olympic ice-skating move (toe loop? 660 more words


Marketing Medical Tourism - Media

The recondite and specialized nature of formal accreditation has implied that the media have been precious to the promoting of medicinal tourism, emulated by Mtcs and manuals. 21 more words

Drs. Oz and Roizen: 10 ways to stand up to sitting disease

Outsmart those sneaky health menaces hiding in plain sight in your office, your living room and your neighbourhood coffee shop: chairs!

Prolonged sitting, it turns out, flips biochemical switches inside muscle cells that boost your odds for heart failure, up your risk for fatal heart disease by 27 per cent and fatal cancers by 21 per cent, even if you exercise regularly. 618 more words