Monday, 17 October 2011 Contagious killer in women
Dr. Oz discusses HPV, the number 1 most contagious killer in women, and ways you can protect yourself and your family from this dangerous virus.
Then, it’s the critical halfway point for Dr. Oz’s Ultimate Health Challenge. Plus, four women explain how Dr. Oz’s Ultimate Health Challenge nudged them to form a team of their own with the goal of getting healthy.
Tuesday, 18 October 2011 Is your cellphone causing you brain cancer?
Research scientist Joel Moskowitz and expert Dr. Devra Davis, join Dr. Oz to discuss if and how cellphone usage could be linked to brain cancer.
Then, Dr. Oz outlines five ways to use cellphones safely. Plus, Dr. Oz reveals the three devastating consequences of teeth grinding.
Wednesday, 19 October 2011 No Dr. Oz because of cricket: South Africa vs Australia ODI
Thursday, 20 October 2011 Toxic Travel: Dr. Oz reveals the shocking results
On one of the busiest travel days of the year Dr. Oz explores how travel can make you sick with dangerous viruses and bacteria lurking where you least expect them. Together with his team of experts, he investigates three hotels, ranging from one star to five stars, to uncover what might be invisible to the naked eye.
Then, Dr. Oz is joined by his mother to help demonstrate how to treat oneself when preparing a holiday feast and the knife slips. They explain how to prevent cuts, the basic steps for treating lacerations, and explain when a cut needs stitches.
Friday, 21 October 2011 A National Storm! Preventing dangerous bed bugs
Dr. Oz discusses the national infestation of bed bug, showing the spread across America, with expert Entomologist, Louis Sorkin, explaining the first sign of infestation.
Then, Dr. Oz takes you inside the operating room of plastic surgeon, Dr. Arthur Perry as he performs excess skin removal surgery.
Plus, Dr. Oz reveals how to know whether your belly rumbles are just hunger or something more serious like irritable bowel syndrome or a food allergy.
Since I've been hearing about the dangers of cellphones I've started being very cautious - like I place mine far away from head and try to use the landline instead. I fully believe that the waves aren't good for us.
Thursday, October 20, 2011 00:16 AM
Tashi I just prefer putting it on loudspeaker, and if I'm in a public place I use earphones. And don't landlines also use waves?