Dr Oz: Steal His Habits: Drink Beer, Be Aggressive & Slipshod

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Dr Oz played a game called Steal His Habits.  Doctor Oz’s wife says that he is always late, but I do not think that is a very good habit for us to adopt!  Do you know which of your husband’s habits you should adopt?  Should you drink beer or vodka?  Should you be aggressive or passive?  Should you be shipshape or slipshod?

Dr Oz: A Pint Of Beer A Day Keeps The Doctor Away

The first question in the game was which of the following habits should you steal: to drink beer or to drink vodka?  Doctor Oz said that the habit you Dr Oz Husband Habitsshould pick-up from  your husband is to drink beer.  I wonder why that is?  Beer in your hair I have heard of as a good Natural Remedy, but since when is drinking beer good for you?

Dr Oz: Aggressive Behavior Prevents Heart Attacks

The second question in the game was which of the following habits should you steal from your husband: being aggressive and going for what you want or being passive and waiting patiently?  Dr Oz said that being aggressive can be good for a woman, because if you suppress your anger, you are several times more likely to have a heart attack.

Dr Oz: Slipshod vs Shipshape

The final question was which of the following habits should you steal: being shipshape tidy or slipshod?  Dr Oz said that if you make your bed every morning, then the moisture from over-night gets trapped in the bed and dust mites love this kind of atmosphere.  So it is better for your health to keep your bed open and to not make your bed all day so it can dry out.

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  1. Redbony says

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  2. Redbony says

    “Dr Oz said that being aggressive can be good for a woman, because if you suppress your anger, you are several times more likely to have a heart attack.”

    Is there any evidence on this?

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