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Dr. Michael Roizen, MD

Chief Medical Officer

Aside from his job as chief medical officer at Health & Wealth Research, “Dr. Mike” also serves as chief wellness officer at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic and as chief medical consultant to the wildly popular Dr. Oz Show.

A certified internist and anesthesiologist, he also served as founding chair of the Cleveland Clinic’s Wellness Institute from 2007–2017, and sat on Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advisory boards for 16 years.

Dr. Mike has authored over 190 peer-reviewed scientific publications, four New York Times bestsellers, and nine overall bestsellers. They include his 2017 book, AgeProof: Living Longer Without Breaking a Hip or Running Out of Money. His upcoming publication, What to Eat When, is scheduled for publication in December 2018.

He is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Williams College, AOA from UCSF School of Medicine. He’s also a recipient of an Emmy, an Elle, and the Paul G. Rogers Health Communications Award from the Friends of the National Library of Medicine.

Dr. Mike’s entire life is devoted to helping people live healthier, longer. He consults with patients in Cleveland Clinic’s Executive Health Program. He also gives wellness advice on a weekly podcast and in a daily column that he co-authors with close friend Dr. Mehmet Oz (it’s syndicated to over 100 newspapers).

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