Dr. Oz: Fall Exercise & Connection Between Hysterectomies + Cancer

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Dr. Oz September 24, 2014 Preview

Recapo update: Here are the segments from this show.

Dr. Oz has a great episode September 24, 2014, talking about the connection between hysterectomies and cancer, high blood pressure, exercise programs, sciatica pain, and tackles some of the most embarrassing and awkward health questions. Check it all out below!

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On September 23, 2014, Dr. Oz will talk to personal trainer Chris Powell about his program to get you back in shape this fall. (Andresr / Shutterstock.com)

On September 23, 2014, Dr. Oz will talk to personal trainer Chris Powell about his program to get you back in shape this fall. (Andresr / Shutterstock.com)

Dr. Oz: Hysterectomies & Cancer

Dr. Oz used to recommend hysterectomies all the time, telling people they were one of the safest surgeries you can have. Now, he’s very worried that they could cause cancer. A world-leading medical company took a device used in hysterectomies off the market. Find out why and why one woman says she’s certain her cancer came from a hysterectomy.

Dr. Oz: High Blood Pressure

Dr. Oz will also share huge news about blood pressure. If you’re one of the millions of people in America who has hypertension, you’ll want to watch this special breaking medical news report.

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Dr. Oz: Fall Exercise

If you’re worried about all the weight you gained over the summer relaxing and lounging on the beach, you might be in luck. Personal trainer Chris Powell will swing by Dr. Oz to help get you back into shape.

Dr. Oz: Sciatica Pain

Dr. Oz also has some answers for how to relieve some sciatica pain. Sciatica pain is a huge problem for a lot of people. It’s characterized by a huge pain in the back, legs, and entire lower body that strikes completely without warning. It’s based in the sciatic nerve and it can be extremely debilitating. Don’t worry: Dr. Oz has you covered.

Dr. Oz: Embarrassing & Awkward Health Questions

Dr. Oz will also ask his audience for some of their most awkward health questions. We’re talking constipation, diarrhea, and bedroom questions. What kind of questiosn will come up? You’ll have to tune in September 24, 2014 to find out all about it!

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