August 30, 2015


By Shamona Harnett

Your Health

Companies are coming clean about claims their products promote healthy lifestyles

Things are about to change in the Land of Oz, as the popular TV doctor has admitted that many of the products he promotes on his show 'don't have the scientific muster to pass as fact.'

OLIVIER DOULIERY / ABACA PRESS / MCT

Things are about to change in the Land of Oz, as the popular TV doctor has admitted that many of the products he promotes on his show 'don't have the scientific muster to pass as fact.'

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