Dr. Oz Talks About If Your Birth Order Can Predict Future Health Problems
On January 14, 2014 Dr. Oz will be talking about health myths you may have heard growing up as a child. Dr. Oz will either be validating or debunking old wive tale health myths that have been passed down from generation to generation. Will you be able to to tell the difference between fact and fiction? Tune in to the 1-14-2014 episode to see what Dr. Oz has to say about these common health myths.
For many people, repetition becomes familiar and “familiar” is vary easy to believe. When you have heard a health myth many times over the years it’s often difficult to discern between what is true and what is merely a myth. Once and for all Dr. Oz is going to lay to rest all of the health related myths that simply aren’t true.
Dr. Oz will be inviting guests from the audience to help play out his demonstrations as he debunks or validifies commonly held myths. This episode promises to be very informing while entertaining at the same time. How many times have you found yourself laughing out loud when an audience member is up on stage trying to act out one of Dr Oz’s scientific demonstrations?
Can Your Birth Order Predict Future Health Ailments?
Update : The show has been aired and here is the link to the summary of this segment on today’s Dr. Oz :
Do you have older or younger brothers and/or sisters? Does being the oldest or the youngest (or middle child) really play a role in your health? Dr. Oz will be revealing some very interesting scientifically based information that may just surprise you. Does being an only child mean that you will be a healthier adult or will you have increased chances for various illnesses? Find out how birth order may increase or decrease your chances of getting health illnesses down the road. Find out how to decrease your chances of getting sick and what you can do if your birth order puts you at a greater risk.
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