Dr Oz May 28 2013 Recap
Penn and Teller stopped by Dr. Oz May 28 2013 to help Dr. Oz debunk some medical myths and to share how juggling can be a great way to strengthen your memory. Dr. Oz has always said you should never lie to your doctor so today he is reinforcing that notion by going over the most important facts your doctor must know about your lifestyle.
Dr Oz: Sawing A Man In Half Magic Trick & Swallowing Chewing Gum Myth
Penn and Teller kicked off the show with a magic trick and revealed the trick to sawing a man in half. Then, have your ever wondered if chewing gum can get stuck in your throat? Dr. Oz explains what happens to gum when you swallow it and whether or not it really does get stuck in your stomach.
Dr Oz Penn & Teller: Learning To Juggle & What Causes Memory Loss
Penn and Teller revealed that juggling can be a great way to keep your memory sharp and recent studies have shown the activity can actually grow more brain cells. While Penn and Teller taught everyone to juggle, Dr. Oz explained the medical causes of memory loss, which are reversible and preventable.
Dr Oz: Bloat Diary, Alcohol Portion Size & What Does Ulcer Medicine Do
Dr. Oz recommended everyone tell their doctor the truth about their health but sometimes you might inadvertently lie. This is why Dr. Oz wants everyone to keep a bloat book.
Have you ever tried to count your alcohol consumption from one night? Dr. Oz has the tips you need to make sure you are getting the right serving size when counting.
Dr Oz: Cinnamon Iced Tea Recipe & Cacao Nibs Review
Dr. Oz explained why Cacao Nibs are a healthier snack than energy drinks and he also shared one of his favorite recipes as an alternative to sugary drinks, his cinnamon iced tea recipe.
Dr Oz Toothbrush Hygiene: Brush Your Teeth In The Shower?
Dr. Oz took a look at some common hygiene products and he also revealed why it can be dangerous to brush your teeth in the shower.