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On Dr. Oz: 28 November - 2 December 2011

Written by TVSA Team from the blog The Dr. Oz Show on 27 Nov 2011
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Coming up on Dr. Oz this week:

Monday, 28 November 2011
The Secrets Behind Your Insomnia


Dr. Oz reveals the three secrets behind your insomnia. Plus, he teaches the right and the wrong ways to pop a pimple as he uncovers the oldest myths of adult acne.



Tuesday, 29 November 2011
Deadly Panic Attacks: How to Tell if Your Anxiety Is Serious


Dr. Oz exposes the four medical conditions that cause panic attacks.

Plus, the three warning signs and common symptoms of food allergies and how to recognize if you or a loved one could be at risk.



Wednesday, 30 November 2011
5 Body Pains That Could Mean Cancer

Dr. Oz counts down the five body pains that could mean cancer. Plus, the top three signs of mid-life puberty.



Thursday, 1 December 2011
When Sex Hurts - How to Tell When Pain During Intercourse Is a Serious Condition


Dr. Oz tells when pain during intercourse is a serious condition. He explains the causes and effects of Vulvodynia, and ways it can be treated. Then, Dr. Oz reveals the five most critical vitamins women need.

Plus, Jake Ward helps Dr. Oz discover if eating certain foods can make you smell.



Friday 2 December 2011
The words of advice from orgasm and sex to fibroids, fast food and germs


Only 1out 3 of women in America have an orgasm during sex. Dr. Oz shares the 4 most erogenous zones to ensure that more women get what they need.



Dr Oz is on SABC3 Mondays to Fridays at 15h45.



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