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Dr. Oz to speak at annual Bentley leadership forum
By Associated Press, Boston Herald - Health evangelist Dr. Mehmet Oz will be the keynote speaker at Bentley University at a leadership forum organized with TIME magazine.

The half-day symposium Thursday will feature leaders in health care, environmental change and corporate philanthropy.

Dr. Oz is a cardiac surgeon and host of the syndicated talk show, "The Dr. Oz Show."

Also scheduled to speak at the sixth annual "Bentley Leadership Forum" are Margaret McKenna, president of The Wal-Mart Foundation; Majora Carter, environmental justice activist; and Julie Cottineau, vice president of Brand, Virgin USA.
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Celebrities : Dr. Mehmet Oz
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Posted 4/19/2010 12:04:05 AM | Permalink
Winfrey company shops syndication deal for Dr. Oz
Newsday - Long Island, NY, USA - While onetime protege Dr. Phil McGraw is becoming something of an embarrassment with his tabloidesque plays for ratings, talk-show empress Oprah Winfrey's company is shopping another doctor show to syndicators.

The 2009 project for Dr. Mehmet Oz, the heart surgeon who heads the cardiovascular program at New York's Columbia Presbyterian Hospital and has become Winfrey's on-air go-to health-and-wellness guy, potentially would go head-to-head with "The Doctors," a show featuring five medical experts that CBS Television Distribution plans to launch this fall. Notably, among the executive producers of "The Doctors" are Dr. Phil and Jay McGraw, his son.

While sources say just about
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Posted 4/22/2008 12:04:33 AM | Permalink
Fitness DVD gives heart attack survivors expert guidance on what's next
Dallas Morning News (subscription) - TX, USA - For people who suffer a heart attack, surviving is just the first step.

They then have to choose the best way to live to prevent another one, says cardiologist Mehmet Oz, who has teamed up with fitness trainer Bob Greene on a free fitness DVD called Heartfelt for Life: Strengthening Your Heart.

"I spent a little time in Texas doing cardiac surgical training in the early '70s," Dr. Oz said in a recent phone interview. "When heart disease patients were leaving the hospital, they'd offer you a cigarette for the way home, just to relax you."

Times have changed, obviously. But not enough;
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Categories : Celebrity Health News
Posted 8/28/2007 12:08:21 PM | Permalink
Celebrity Health and Fitness Dream Team Show Heart Attack Survivors How to 'Flex Their Heart Muscle'
Market Wire (press release) - USA - Esteemed cardiac surgeon Dr. Mehmet Oz and celebrity fitness trainer Bob Greene today helped launch a first-of-its-kind fitness program created primarily for heart attack survivors. The program, Heartfelt For Life: Strengthening Your Heart, is a simple, enjoyable fitness routine that can help heart disease patients protect their hearts from a future cardiovascular event.

During the next three months, thousands of free DVD and VHS copies of the Heartfelt For Life video will be distributed at viewing seminars taking place at senior centers and medically based exercise facilities across the United States. Those who can not attend one of the live events
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Celebrities : Dr. Mehmet Oz, Bob Greene
Categories : Celebrity Health News
Posted 8/7/2007 08:08:43 AM | Permalink
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Dr. Oz offers to help George Anthony  Orlando Sentinel

Dr. Mehmet Oz has offered to help pay George Anthony's medical bills after Casey Anthony's father was severely injured in a November car accident. Oz's visit to ...

USANA-sponsored The Dr. Oz Show now officially distributed in China  PRNewswire

SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Aofei Media now distributes new episodes of The Dr. Oz Show in China with Chinese subtitles. On December ...

Charlie Sheen Says He 'Feels Good' After Getting Sober: 'It Had to Be Done'

Charlie Sheen says he's in a good place. The former Two and a Half Men star — who has remained relatively under the radar since revealing his HIV-positive ...

Dr. Oz Makes Millions Even Though He's Been Called A 'Charlatan' (And You Should Follow His Lead)  Forbes Now

While Dr. Oz is definitely a quack, he is also a master when it comes to marketing, promotion, and sales. But is it possible to maintain your integrity while ...

A New Low for Dr. Oz  Science Magazine

Pardon me this morning while I rant a little. In fact, it's worse: pardon me while I rant a little about something that I've ranted about before. I refer to that disgrace to ...

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