What happened to Dr Oz The Good Life Magazine?

Dr. Mehmet Oz’s lifestyle magazine, “Dr. Oz The Good Life,” is ceasing print publication as the celebrity physician mounts a bid for a US Senate seat — and frankly, it’s about time, sources told The Post.

Is Dr Oz magazine still being published?

Oz’s health magazine “Dr. Oz The Good Life” will cease publication, publisher Hearst Magazines confirmed Wednesday. The move comes as the TV doctor — whose full name is Mehmet Oz — runs for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania as a Republican candidate.

Does Dr Oz have a magazine?

Get a healthy dose of fun with Dr. Oz The Good Life Magazine! Whether you want to cook easy, healthy meals, lose five pounds, sleep eight hours, or simply squeeze more fun out of every day, Dr. Oz, The Good Life offers trusted advice and motivation to help you achieve your goals!

What is Dr Oz daughter doing now?

A Princeton University graduate, Daphne Oz is a chef, author, journalist, and is known for her role on the daytime show, The Chew. Several of her books have also made it to the bestseller list including The Happy Cook, Relish, and The Dorm Room Diet.

What does Dr Oz daughter do?

Daphne Oz
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Daphne Nur Oz (born February 17, 1986) is an American television host, food writer, and chef.

Does Dr. Oz have triplets?

“Everyone looks alike,” wrote one, while a second called them, “triplets” and a third said, “you have STRONG GENES Dr. Oz”. The star has three other children, daughters, Arabella, Zoe and Daphne too, with his beloved wife, Lisa, and they have a whole host of grandchildren too.

What country is Dr. Oz family from?

Mehmet Cengiz Oz was born to Suna and Mustafa Oz on June 11, 1960, in Cleveland, Ohio. A few years later, the family moved to Wilmington, Delaware, where Oz was raised. Though he grew up in the United States, Oz made frequent family trips to his parents’ homeland of Turkey.

What is Dr Oz nationality?

Mehmet Oz/Nationality
Mehmet Oz, in full Mehmet Cengiz Oz, (born June 11, 1960, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.), Turkish American surgeon, educator, author, and television personality who cowrote the popular YOU series of health books and hosted The Dr. Oz Show (2009– ).