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The Doctor Is Cooking
Here we were, 80 eager physicians from across North America in a large teaching kitchen in northern California.
Asthma Doesn’t Take a Vacation
Parents may feel reluctant to give medications every day to a child who does not look immediately ill, but experts say they should talk with a doctor first.
How to Age Well and Stay in Your Home
Don’t wait for a crisis like a broken hip to modify an older person’s home.
Me and My Numb Thumb: A Tale of Tech, Texts and Tendons
Continually texting and emailing from her smartphone strained the tendons in this tech reporter’s phone thumb, which turns out to be an increasingly common condition.
A Guide to Gynecological Exams: What Should — and Shouldn’t — Happen
The cases of Dr. Larry Nassar and Dr. George Tyndall involve touching and comments that gynecologists say are highly inappropriate.
Gender Letter: Meghan Markle, Our Anti-Princess Princess, Builds a Bridge
A moment for those of us who’ve felt bored, ambivalent or bitter about being forever inundated with homogeneous fairy tales.
‘Assume the Worst’: This Isn’t Your Ordinary Graduation Speech
In today’s commencement addresses, as evidenced by recent books, inspiration is sometimes superseded by skepticism.
The Skeleton in My Closet
Keeping a human skull in a closet felt wrong and I wasn’t about to display it in my curio cabinet.
Sparkling Pool Water May Hold Disease-Causing Parasites
How soon would you swim after having diarrhea? 17 percent said one hour, but you’re supposed to wait two weeks.
The Weekly Health Quiz: Fat, Muscles and Memory
Test your knowledge of this week’s health news.
Hail Caesar Salad! Romaine Is Safe to Eat Again
Federal health officials say the tainted lettuce is no longer on the shelves or on restaurant menus, because the harvesting season in the Yuma, Ariz., region ended more than a month ago.
Exposure to Air Pollution in Womb Tied to Hypertension in Children
Children whose mothers lived in the most polluted areas were more likely to have high blood pressure between ages 3 and 9.
Inducing Labor at Full Term May Be Best Bet
Compared with waiting for labor to begin, induction was associated with fewer perinatal deaths, stillbirths and cesarean sections.
Acupuncture Does Not Improve Pregnancy Rates
The therapy may have other benefits: Women may feel more relaxed and better about themselves.
‘It’s Not My Fault I’m White.’ Sure, but That’s Not the Point.
A seventh grader wonders what to say to a friend who gets defensive on the subject of race instead of showing empathy.
Kim Dickens Reads ‘A Measure of Desire’
This week on Modern Love: The Podcast, the star of “Fear the Walking Dead” reads the story of a couple recovering from the repercussions of rehab.
Google’s File on Me Was Huge. Here’s Why It Wasn’t as Creepy as My Facebook Data.
Google collects far more information about us than Facebook. But the Google data that our tech columnist downloaded on himself contained fewer surprises and was more easily deleted.
My Patient’s Smile
I’m drawn to the human brain, its unforgiving and protean nature.
Reframing ‘Mommy Brain’
Many new mothers experience ‘mommy brain’ as a deficiency, but it may help strengthen the communication between a mother and her infant.
Broke Your Right Arm? Exercise Your Left. It May Help, Really.
Working out the muscles on one side of our bodies can keep the muscles on the other side fit, even if we do not move them at all.