Dr Oz: November 9, 2010: In Case You Missed It


Doctor Oz’s “In Case You Missed It” segment for November 9, 2010 are below. Don’t forget to pass them on to a friend or family member and spread Dr Oz’s advice!  But before I get to what Dr Oz covered today, I also want to remind everyone to visit our new sister (Opinion Queen) to enter some fabulous free giveaways like the following: Dr Oz In Case You Missed It November 9 2010



  1. says

    Hello Dr. Oz.
    Viewed your show today (actually yesterday) regarding hair loss. I too have been losing my hair. However, if in fact, it is because of the lack of certain hormones in females, then why am I growing a mustache and hair on my chin? Very embarrassing. What do you suggest in stopping the growth of hair on my upper lip and chin? A reply please. Incidentally, could you speak a little slower on your program as it is very hard to try and understand what you are saying. I realize you have many topics you discuss. but maybe it would be wise to eliminate some of them and extend your discussion on others so we can understand what you are saying. Thank you. Just a critique fan.

  2. says

    Hi Florence! We are not affiliated with Dr Oz, we are just the biggest Dr Oz Fan Website. So I am afraid that you won’t get a response from Dr Oz himself here, you will have to submit the question to him on his website. I know that lots of people feel the same way you feel regarding how quickly Dr Oz speaks, that is one of the reasons why I try so hard to post recaps of Dr Oz’s shows for everyone. Welcome to our community!!!

  3. Yvonne Dinwiddie says

    I generally watch your show, but missed it yesterday — November 9,2010. My husband asked me about what were the unnecessary heart procedures you were discussing. I didn’t know because I didn’t get to watch. Can you tell me what I missed?

    Also, I was told that I have PACs and that there is nothing to do about it. I can feel them and am sometimes concerned that it might be food related. I believe all these hormones and antibiotics they put in meat and food might be causing the problems. Are there any studies to see if the antibiotics pass through and if people are allergic to the antibiotics — like penicillin — isn’t it possible that these could pass through to the food and cause problems?

    I wanted to be a pathologist and at the time girls weren’t generally accepted into Medical School. Other obstacles prevented me from going to school but they never prevented me from researching. My nephew and I have some very interesting discussions about pathology and cause and effect. He is doing research at in Texas. I have discussed slurry with Argonne Medical Researchers and I try to find answers.

    I would be interested to know your opinion about the PACs. I have described them to several doctors as feeling as though my pump is cavatating. (like sucking through a straw that has little fluid left in the cup.

    Please let me know what heart procedures you were talking about on yesterday’s show.


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