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Dr. Oz Magazine to be Titled The Good Life

mediabistro.com: Attention Dr. Oz fans, his forthcoming magazine from Hearst finally has a title: The Good Life. Well, technically Dr. Oz The Good Life, but there's no need to remind everyone that the zany Oz is behind the glossy every time we mention it. What's with ...
How the media can help Dr. Oz--and his fans

- 1 week ago @ cjr.org: Two thousand fourteen was a tough year for Dr. Oz. In June, he appeared before a congressional committee to sullenly explain his use of terms like “magic pill” and “miracle” to describe a variety of sketchy weight-loss products. A few months later ...

BE SKEPTICAL OF DR. OZ'S REMEDIES AND RICK WARREN'S "PLANS"

- 1 week ago @ newswithviews.com: Dr. Mehmet Oz, who is a renowned cardiothoracic surgeon, author and host of a successful TV show, has involved himself in some, um, questionable cures for what ails you. According to a Fox News report, a recent study showed that “Half of Dr. Oz's ...

InPlay from Briefing.com

- 1 week ago @ finance.yahoo.com: InPlay from Briefing.com

How the media can help Dr. Oz—and his fans

- 1 week ago @ ri.search.yahoo.com: Two thousand fourteen was a tough year for Dr. Oz. In June, he appeared before a congressional committee to sullenly explain his use of terms like “magic pill” and “miracle” to describe a variety of sketchy weight-loss products.

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$9 Million Fine for Green Coffee Bean Deception

The manufacturer of a coffee bean extract promoted on 'The Dr. Oz' show has been fined $9 million for false claims and deceptive practices. Continue reading →

Dr. Oz guest forced to pay $9 million for weight loss scam

"This case shows that the [FTC] will continue to fight deceptive marketers' attention to prey on consumers"

Inside the Dr. Oz PR Machine

Corante: I mentioned last fall that the Federal Trade Commission had gone after an egregiously faked-up "study" that was being used to sell green coffee bean extract as some sort of miracle weight-loss drug on the Dr. Oz show. The agency has now gone after "Dr ...

Federal Govt Fines Dr. Oz’s Favorite Weight Loss Aid for Making BS Claims

the Federal Trade Commission announced that they would fine the makers of Dr. Oz's favorite diet pills for making false claims about its weight loss properties, forcing them to pay $9 million in restitution to duped customers.

Federal Govt Fines Dr. Oz's Favorite Weight Loss Aid for Making BS Claims

Mediaite: Score one for real medicine: The Federal Trade Commission announced that they would fine the makers of Dr. Oz's favorite diet pills for making false claims about its weight loss properties, forcing them to pay $9 million in restitution to duped customers.

Dr. Oz in trouble for promoting ineffective products

Daily Sabah: The Federal Trade Commission in the US has decided that the diet products promoted by Mehmet Oz—a surgeon and a prominent television personality also known as Dr. Oz-- has no weight loss benefits, and has fined the production companies a total of 9 ...

Sullivan Central graduate to appear on Dr. Oz

TriCities.com: Zac Frye — a graduate of Sullivan Central High School and East Tennessee State University's Bill Gatton School of Pharmacy, is scheduled to appear today on the “The Dr. Oz Show.” Frye, who is now pharmacy manager at Walmart in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, ...

Hawker of diet supplements has to pay hefty settlement

Lindsey Duncan, aka Dr. Duncan, has to refund $9 million to consumers who fell for his claims about green coffee bean extract

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