Dr Oz Recap October 2 2013
Dr. Oz has a passion for heart health, especially since he is a heart surgeon, so today he shared 10 things about heart disease every woman must know! Find out what tips he shared to prevent heart disease as well as the reason why he says everyone should have a bottle of Aspirin in their medicine cabinet. Learn why you should never ignore snoring and whether or not skinny dipping can be bad for your health. Then find out which family Dr. Oz presents with an award for the best healthy casserole recipe!
Dr Oz: Aspirin Heart Attack Treatment & Heart Disease Prevention Tips
Dr. Oz says there are many ways for women to prevent heart disease and he shared several on today’s show, including getting 7-8 hours of sleep and laughing more often. Also, find out why everyone should have a bottle of Aspirin in their home!
Dr Oz: Heart Disease Risk Factors & Snoring Heart Problem Warning Sign
Do you know someone that snores? If so, it could be more serious than you realize since snoring is often a warning sign of a heart problem. Dr. Oz says all women are at risk for heart disease, but he shared the startling fact that African American women are twice as likely than other women to have heart problems. Learn ways to reduce your risk!
Dr Oz: Skinny Dipping Health Risks & Earplug Sleep Recommendation
Dr. Oz says many of us have complaints about our neighbors, but some are definitely worse than others. He talked with a woman who cannot sleep at night because of her neighbors’ middle-of-the-night love making as well as another woman who says her friend is a chronic skinny dipper, regardless of the pool she is swimming in!
Dr Oz: Mexican Tortilla Casserole Recipe & Healthy Casserole Ideas
Dr. Oz welcomed two very competitive families who both believe they make the best healthy casserole. He challenged them to a cook-off right on his stage to determine who makes the most delicious dish. Keep reading to see the easy recipes you can make for you own family!
Dr Oz: Fooducate App Review & Ideal Blood Pressure
Dr. Oz shared the two most important tests for women under the age of 35. He says HPV screenings are an easy way to detect the virus and determine if you are at risk for cervical cancer. Also, what is an ideal blood pressure? Learn the numbers and why they are important to your heart health!
Dr Oz In Case You Missed It: October 2 2013
- Dr Oz: Aspirin Heart Attack Treatment & Heart Disease Prevention Tips
- Dr Oz: Heart Disease Risk Factors & Snoring Heart Problem Warning Sign
- Dr Oz: Skinny Dipping Health Risks & Earplug Sleep Recommendation
- Dr Oz: Mexican Tortilla Casserole Recipe & Healthy Casserole Ideas
- Dr Oz: HPV Screening Recommendation & Learn How to Prancercise