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Lisa & Mehmet Oz: Living The Good Life

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I think all too often Lisa Oz is introduced as the woman who is married to the amazing Dr. Mehmet Oz.  But he will tell you that marrying Lisa his wife of nearly 29 years was the best decision he's ever made, that she's actually much smarter than he is which I suppose is saying a lot because he got his undergraduate degree at Harvard and a joint MD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and MBA from Wharton Business School.

Today Lisa stopped by the show to talk about their latest baby.  They actually will be having a new baby in the family soon as their daughter Daphne is due to give birth in March making them grandparents for the first time!  But the baby she came by to talk about is a new magazine.

It's called "Dr. Oz: The Good Life" in his own blog Oz explained why he decided to start a new magazine at a time when so many magazines are failing.

He writes: "I love magazines – I love to read them and share them and tear out memorable pictures and ideas that inspire me. Still, it never occurred to me when I started performing open-heart surgery that it would one day lead to my starting a magazine of my own. But very early on my wife, Lisa, told me: "If you really want to make a big difference, it's not going to happen inside the hospital. It's going to happen with what you learn inside the hospital and take outside the hospital. Taking the message of health, wellness and good living out of the hospital and direct to you is what we've been doing for five years on this show – and now I'm bringing that same mission to my new magazine. I created The Good Life with you in mind, and I want to hear from you about the topics you want to read about most. We'll cover it all: how to sleep better, shop smarter, have more energy, make healthier choices in the kitchen and supermarket for your family, fit in more exercise, and of course, how to live a healthy life."

The magazine is on newsstands now, and I love how even in his blog he talks about Lisa's influence on his life. So, good luck to them on this new venture to make us all better, healthier versions of ourselves. But the biggest congrats is not on the magazine but that new little grandchild!  Enjoy!

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