Drs. Oz and Roizen

Television’s Dr. Oz and Cleveland Clinic’s Dr. Roizen report on health, wellness and quality of life.

How Excess Weight Damages Your Brain

When weatherman Al Roker hit 340 pounds, he knew he needed to change his ways. Bariatric surgery in 2002 launched him on a journey that, with ups and downs, helped him cruise into his 60s as a much healthier 190-pound man. How did he change his relationship to food? One bite at a time. For example, he says, "I try not to read and eat, and...

Bpa's Replacement Cousins

Q: I borrowed some antibiotics from my sister when I had a sore throat. When I told my doctor, he got angry. Is he just mad because I didn't call him, or was it really a bad idea? - Alma R., Milwaukee

A: No one should take antibiotics that have not been prescribed for a bacterial infection diagnosed by a doctor. Unfortunately, it's increasingly...

The Truth About Taking A Daily Low-Dose Aspirin - Not What You

think, we bet!

The recent news about who should and who shouldn't take a daily aspirin has caused confusion because many headlines made it sound like you should stop.

The correct answer is: It depends on your health (for example, body weight seems to alter the benefits and risks of daily aspirin) and why you are taking aspirin (there are more...

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