by Michael Roizen, M.D., and Mehmet Oz, M.D. – Heart-shaped leaves and a peppery punch make watercress a foodie favourite in salads, sandwiches and sautés. And recently, this leafy green won the World Cup of the fruit and vegetable world, running off with top ranking for its nutritional wallop. […]
by Michael Roizen, M.D., and Mehmet Oz, M.D.
Measles is making a comeback, with a 20-year high in reported infections, due mostly to folks who are opting out of the vaccination, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Across the nation, an epidemic of whooping cough in California, outbreaks of chickenpox in Indiana and measles in Ohio have made national headlines…. […]
Skimping on shut-eye isn’t North America’s only sleep crisis. Many people turn in on time yet miss out on deep, refreshing slumber, and that’s one reason why 61 percent of women and 45 percent of men wake up feeling tired at least some of the time. Unfortunately, that lack of deep sleep leads to health issues that you worry about, that keep you up at night, that … well, you see the problem. […]
by Michael Roizen M.D., and Mehmet Oz, M.D.
It used to be, if you wore your heart on your sleeve it meant you were sentimental and easily bruised. Not anymore. Now colorful bracelets, watches, clip-ons and other gizmos track your steps and heart rate, not to mention your workouts, calories consumed and burned, sleep habits, intensity of effort, degree of muscle fatigue, even your distance in an open water swim. Welcome to the world of “fit tech.” Get hip to it… […]