On Dr. Oz: 5 - 9 December 2011

Written by TVSA Team from the blog The Dr. Oz Show on 04 Dec 2011
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Coming up on Dr. Oz this week:

Monday 5 December 2011
I Survived a Brain-Eating Worm! A Dr. Oz Special Alert

Dr Oz talks with a patient who survived a brain-eating worm and offers some tips for avoiding parasites. He also explores heartburn and meets a woman who lost over 90kg.

Tuesday 6 December 2011
America's Nightmare: Sleep Deprivation Nation

An astounding 70 million Americans suffer from a sleep disorder, and Dr. Oz sounds the alarm for those who are not getting at least seven hours of sleep each night.

Then, about 130,000 American kids are born each year with a birthmark that becomes a stigma for the rest of their lives. Dr. Oz explores these mysterious skin spots. Plus, he shares the secret to great skin.

Wednesday 7 December 2011
The #1 Killer of Women: Heart Attacks

Dr. Oz reveals the five symptoms of a heart attack women should never ignore. Then, Dr. Oz reveals nutrition secrets from areas of the world where people live longer and healthier lives. Plus, Dr. Oz encourages women to take a stand against the dangers caused by wearing high heels.

Thursday 8 December 2011
Pain Epidemic: The Truth Behind Your Pain

Dr. Oz reveals the three biggest and most concerning body pains and explains how to alleviate them. Plus, he reveals the risks and benefits of caffeine.

Friday 9 December 2011
5 Warning Signs You Could Get Alzheimer's

Dr. Oz reveals the top warning signs of Alzheimer’s and ways you can reduce your risk.

Then, Dr. Oz and fertility specialist Dr. Anitha Nair explain alternative options for couples having difficulty conceiving.

Plus, dermatologist, Dr. Susan Evans performs a live in-studio procedure with the latest technology to remove a wart from an audience member.

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


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