DR. OZ Show Listings: Week of November 25

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Currently in its fifth season, the three-time Daytime Emmy Award-winning syndicated daily series THE DR. OZ SHOW is hosted by the two-time Emmy Award-winning Dr. Mehmet Oz, trusted health expert, best- selling author, and world-renowned cardiac surgeon. THE DR. OZ SHOW is an entertaining, high-octane, multi-topic hour offering equal parts life saving information in an "embarrassment-free" zone and where nothing is off limits or out of bounds.


MONDAY, NOVEMEBER 25, 2013
"CONTROVERSIAL NEW STATIN GUIDELINES"
All New: Today Dr. Oz weighs in on the number one killer of women in this country – heart disease, and the brand new guidelines for statins. He reveals an alarming concern about the controversial guidelines, which could double the number of people on statins when put into effect.

Then, Dr. Oz discusses the pressure that builds up in your head from clogged sinuses. He shares simple self-tests to reveal if your sinuses are causing your pain and pressure, and shows home remedies to alleviate your symptoms.

Next, Dr. Oz shares how to stay healthy for the holidays. He discusses holiday travel hazards, and offers tips and solutions to prevent getting sick this season.

Later, Dr. Oz has his first ever Oz -approved dinner party. Joined by his daughter Daphne, they share some simple swaps you can use to make your next meal healthier.

Plus, Dr. Oz and Daphne compete in a pizza toss smack down.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2013
"ARE YOU NORMAL OR NUTS?"
All New: We all have some odd quirks, habits, or behaviors. Today Dr. Oz sits down with clinical psychologist Dr. Jen Hartstein to discuss how some of your weird and wacky quirks could be affecting your health.

Then, Dr. Oz reveals some freaky reasons why you may be aging too fast.

Next, Dr. Oz shares how you can stop a heart attack before it even happens. He takes a closer look at heart attack triggers and is joined by lawyer and television personality Star Jones. She discusses her diagnosis with heart disease and how she continues to maintain her health.

Plus, Dr. Oz shares four food solutions that will help keep your arteries unclogged.

Which nut butter is really best for you? Dr. Oz discusses the battle of the butters and talks with "Cooking Light" contributing editor and author of "Lighten up America" Allison Fishman.

Later, Dr. Oz viewers share their very own health tips.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2013
"HOW WEATHER PREDICTS YOUR HEALTH"
All New: Can the weather really help forecast your health? Today Dr. Oz reveals how the weather can help predict your aches and pains, with the help of The Today Show's weather expert, Al Roker. The two take a closer look at scientific theories that link specific symptoms with certain weather conditions.

Are there hidden health messages behind your nagging cough? Dr. Oz discusses causes for your cough and offers solutions to help make it go away.

Then, Dr. Oz shares some new evidence that shows heartburn pills can be far more risky than you and possibly even your doctor think.

What's really in your herbal supplements? Dr. Oz reveals how you're being duped, why you're wasting your money and how your health could be at risk with herbal supplements. Joined by doctor and Consumer Labs President, Dr. Tod Cooperman, they share the best supplements for your cold and flu.

To wrap up the hour, Dr. Oz shares three new health books that cover your whole family and make you feel better.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2013
"DR. OZ REUNITED WITH TOURIST STRUCK BY NYC TAXI"
Today, Dr. Oz is reunited with Siân Green, the New York City tourist who was hit by a taxi cab. She discusses the loss of her lower leg, her recovery process, and the strangers who came to her rescue that day.

Later, Dr. Oz is on a mission to find the germiest room in your house. He calls on the "germinators" to get the dirty job done and discovers which rooms have the most bacteria.

Have you ever laughed and leaked? Dr. Oz discusses what causes some people to suffer from this extremely common bladder condition.

Next, Dr. Oz shares five ways to cut your salt and boost your flavor. He hosts a low sodium showdown, as two sisters compete to make the best Sloppy Joe – without salt.

Later, Dr. Oz reveals a new way to get your five servings of fruit a day and get moving with a new dance craze called fruit ninja.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2013
"THE ALARMIST'S GUIDE TO THE SYMPTOMS YOU WORRY ABOUT MOST"
Do you look up your symptoms on the internet and think the worst? Today Dr. Oz eases your mind by addressing the four biggest symptoms you don't have to worry about. He explains what may be causing these symptoms and offers tips for avoiding them.

Next, Dr . Oz discusses his favorite health food store finds and the health benefits behind each one.

Do you want to make your muscle aches disappear? Dr. Oz reveals the root of our achy muscles and offers four solutions to make them vanish.

Later, he is joined by cardiothoracic surgeon, Dr. David Greuner, to reveal what causes spider veins to appear and a treatment to get rid of them forever.

Can't seem to stay away from the sweet stuff? Dr. Oz offers solutions to tame your sweet tooth by making your sugar cravings disappear.

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