The Dr. Oz Show

The first daughter tells "The Dr. Oz Show" it's an "incredibly important" issue to spotlight.
Cowritten with Robert Glazer, Founder and Managing Director of Acceleration Partners. Did Fake News Sneak up on America? A
• 79% of Americans sleep less than 7 hours per night: Most Americans sleep one hour less. To put this in context, a recent
An amazing group of speakers shared their unique insights into how to live the longest and best quality life possible.
So use your smartphone to enhance your in-person relationships rather than replace them. Organize an outing with your friends to go have coffee or dinner on a regular basis
The type of mate you're looking for in your 30s is probably different than your ideal partner in your 20s. While these exact details will vary from person to person, generally, older daters will have a clearer picture of their ideal mate while younger daters have a more ambiguous picture.
Sometimes with pen or pencil in hand, other times with a full palette of acrylic or watercolors, Hooper adds connections or isolating areas to accent characters and objects with little or no preconception or plan -- something like the way a jamming jazz musician riffs or a butterfly flies.
Those words don't come out of Dr. Oz's mouth often -- and when they do, it isn't good. On the new series "Surgeon Oz," Dr
I asked my mother to share some of the wellness wisdom she's learned from a long line of long-lifers.
Last we spoke, Roth and I were discussing her book, Lost and Found. That was more than a year ago. Then, last week, there she was, having a heart-to-heart discussion with a group of binge eaters on The Dr. Oz Show.
Williams revelation also sheds light on largely-held misconception about African Americans and eating disorders. "People
1. Whom do you credit for inspiring you to be the person you are today? Like most people, it's a composite of several influential characters in my life - my wife, my father and my father in law have had the largest and most immediate impact on my growth as an adult. Professionally, Ms. Winfrey both taught me the process of television as well as launched me into the broadcasting world.
Montel Williams is a survivor of multiple sclerosis and the excruciating pain that can accompany the disease. On a recent
This is going to be a good year for you. Why am I so positive? I recently came across some evidence to back up my sunny forecast.
My epiphany is that people don't change based on what they know, they change based on how they feel. Most of you know that high blood pressure, a large waist, high cholesterol and high blood glucose are problematic.
We cannot control the cards we are dealt but we can control how we play them. While these reminders are never pleasant, they are almost always gifts if we choose to treat them as such.
Dr. Oz shared his thoughts leading up to his keynote address Wednesday evening at the Caron New York 2010 New York City Gala, an annual fundraising event to raise money for addiction treatment scholarships.