Dr. Oz's Favorite Fall Recipes

Make the most of your autumn meals with these Oz-approved dishes.

Dr. Oz's Favorite Fall Recipes

The crispy leaves and cool weather mark the onset of fall, and that means it’s time to fill the fridge with a whole slew of fresh fruits and veggies. These Oz-approved ingredients boast a range of health benefits and natural flavors to keep your taste buds busy all season long.

Oz Family Chicken Soup with Turnips


A member of the cabbage family, turnips contain an even more powerful cancer-fighting punch than many other vegetables. Studies have also shown that the anthoxanthins in white foods like turnips may help lower your blood pressure and cholesterol. This chicken soup recipe combines turnips with other flavorful root veggies to maximize taste and health benefits.

Here's What to Say (& What Not to Say) If You See Signs of Dementia in a Loved One

Talking to them about it may be uncomfortable, but it's important not to put it off.

Tackling the issue of dementia when it affects someone near and dear is very difficult, and it is hard to know how to discuss the subject with your affected loved one. However, it is important not to put it off. Just try to make sure it is a gentle encounter — for both of you.

Here are the experts' recommendations on having the first talk.

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