Doctor Oz Discusses the Over 40 Survival Kit on his Dr Oz Show

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(Best Syndication News) Doctor Mehmet C Oz provided solutions to common problems women face after they turn 40 years old. Women complain about aching knees, memory problems and a reduced metabolism.

“This show is very special,” Oz told his audience Monday.

Aching Joints

Author and orthopedic physical therapist Peggy Brill provided a solution for throbbing knees. Inflammation can cause pain.

Sunscreen products have new labeling and testing requirements

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(Best Syndication News) - The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced new labeling requirements and testing standards for manufacturers of sunscreen that are sold over-the-counter. The final test requirements and product labeling will be in effect in one year.

The new regulation will limit the highest sunscreen rating to “SPF 50+.” The FDA says that anything higher than 50, has not been proven to show anymore benefit than SPF 50 rating. The FDA suggests that consumers read both the front and back of the product label to determine the amount of protection, the sunscreen lotion or spray offers.

Products must pass testing for certain criteria in order to claim that it protects from the sun's rays. The manufacturers will have to follow new methods to test the sunscreen effectiveness as outlined by the FDA. The label will need to reflect the test results.

Dr. Oz Anti-aging Hot List – Four products that help you look younger

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(Best Syndication News) - Doctor Oz gave a list of products that he said will help to make you look younger on yesterday’s ‘Dr. Oz’ TV show. He said that he did not receive any money to recommending these products and said that each product has been clinically proven to reduce the signs of aging. Three of the four products on his hotlist were cosmetic wrinkle prevention routines and one would protect the skin against UV damage.

The Dr. Oz Anti-aging Hot List:

1. The Clarisonic Opal Sonic Infusion System – For just one minute a day and 100 percent in the research saw improvements. The system costs around $185. The micro massager is applied to the crows feet around the eye along with a special serum.

Counterfeit Botox Treatments investigated on ‘Dr. Oz’ TV show

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(Best Syndication News) - On Tuesday’s ‘Dr. Oz’ TV show, there was an investigation into bad Botox treatments using counterfeit medication. Allergan, Inc., the marketers of Botox (onabotulinumtoxinA), is safe when used by the appropriate medical professionals. However, Dr. Oz had shown that discussed how some doctors and others are selling and using counterfeit onabotulinumtoxinA that can lead to devastating results.

Dr. Oz explained that Botox treatments have become popular at home Botox parties, kiosks in malls, and even by mail order. He said that it is against the law to administer the toxin without having the proper medical license.

What made the 'Dr. Oz' show even scarier is that you have to be careful when going to a medical doctor to get Botox treatments. Medical doctors can gain certification within 24 hours to administer Botox treatments. The problem is they may not be specialized in dermatology or plastic surgery. This may lead to unwanted results. In addition, there are counterfeit Botox on the market that can end with serious complications.

Hair Dye Recall - List includes ten different shades of Clairol Natural Instincts

Hair Dye Recall - List includes ten different shades of Clairol Natural Instincts

Clairol's ColorFresh! Revitalizer sachet

(Best Syndication News) - Procter & Gamble announced a voluntary recall of ten color shades of their Clairol Natural Instincts products because the ColorFresh! Revitalizer sachet could cause an unexpected color result. The Revitalizer is used two weeks after the primary hair coloring is completed. The recalled hair dye products were shipped in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico.

The main components used to dye the hair the first time is not involved in the recall, only the two week Revitalizer is the problem. There was no safety problems with the hair coloring kits and it was only because of the color results of the Revitalizer that prompted P&G to initiate the recall.

The company has notified all retailers of the product to withdrawal the products from the shelves. Consumers that have one of shades of hair color dyes that are listed in the recall can still use the kit, but should not use the ColorFresh! Revitalizer sachet and should discard that portion of the kit. Everything else in the hair coloring kit is safe to use and will color the hair correctly.

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