“I knew that at that moment, it was important for me to just focus,” said Serena Williams about playing while pregnant.
I knew that at that moment it was important for me to

Winning While Pregnant: How Athletes Do It

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Don't have access to a gym or workout studio? Barry's Bootcamp instructor Josey Greenwell is here to show us some exercises you can do outdoors. Comment with questions, and NYT journalist Masha Goncharova will ask some.
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People who survive a heart attack are urged to take statin drugs to prevent recurrent disease, but most patients in a large study either took less of the cholesterol-lowering medicines than needed or stopped taking them entirely within two years.
People who survive a heart attack are urged to take statin drugs

Heart Attack Survivors Often Fail to Take Statins

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Drinking sugary beverages is associated with markers of accelerated aging and early signs of Alzheimer’s disease, a new study reports.
Drinking sugary beverages is associated with markers of accelerated aging and early

Sugary Drinks Tied to Accelerated Brain Aging

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Leah Lehoang
Baby carriers, mattresses and strollers lead to injuries for some 66,000 young children a year, a study finds.
Baby carriers mattresses and strollers lead to injuries for some 66000 young

Common Nursery Products Send Thousands of Children to Hospitals

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“Caring for your garden can be a great form of mindfulness meditation. By connecting with the earth and with the practice of gardening, you can cultivate a healthy mind and feel calm and connected. Simply planting a seed with intention, or touching soil, can be transformative. Go ahead and get a little dirty.” — Suze Yalof Schwartz, founder of Unplug Meditation and author of “Unplug: A Simple...
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College tours may hinder students’ ability to pick a college that will further their interests and goals.
College tours may hinder students ability to pick a college that will

Skipping the College Tour

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Ilonka Oszvald
Richard A. Cannistra
Bobby Mody
Zina Abramowitz Rosenbaum
Terry Gavin
Working out before breakfast may be more beneficial for health than eating first.
Working out before breakfast may be more beneficial for health than eating first

The Best Thing to Eat Before a Workout? Maybe Nothing at All

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Meg Kelly
At some city public schools, worksheets are out, passion projects are in, but some say the push against homework favors families with money and time.
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Never Mind the Students; Homework Divides Parents

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Janet Lundell Ahlin
Being there when you need her — or him — surely is part of what a friend is.
Being there when you need her — or him — surely is part of what a friend is

Women’s Friendships, in Sickness and in Health

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Foster care kids are much more successful when we are not forced out of the system at age 18.
Foster care kids are much more successful when we are not forced

Opinion | College After Foster Care? The Odds Are Not in Our Favor

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Cee Ryan
Natalie Naquin Harvey
For transgender women, feminizing a voice involves a lot more than higher pitch. Here's why.
For transgender women feminizing a voice involves a lot more than higher pitch Here's why

Learning to Talk Like a Woman (or Man)

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Cynthia Nissatta
While seizures come in various forms, those with epilepsy cope with similar issues: social stigma, complex treatment options and a feeling of powerlessness. Here, eight men, women and children discuss what it’s like to live with epilepsy.
While seizures come in various forms those with epilepsy cope with similar

Patient Voices: Epilepsy

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This was the most prescribed drug in the U.S. in 2015. But does it actually work?
This was the most prescribed drug in the US in 2015 But does it actually work

Could Be the Thyroid; Could Be Ennui. Either Way, the Drug Isn’t Helping.

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Rachel Fitz Prusko
Angelo Calima
Debbie Long
Could any of us become the next Henrietta Lacks?
Could any of us become the next Henrietta Lacks

Should You Worry About Being the Next Henrietta Lacks?

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Ronita Bhattacharya
Katherine DiMonda
Caroline Pufalt
A way to help people while saving money at the same time.
A way to help people while saving money at the same time

Spend a Dollar on Drug Treatment, and Save More on Crime Reduction

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There's a trick or two involved in washing your hair the right way.
There's a trick or two involved in washing your hair the right way

There Is a Right Way to Wash Your Hair

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Tiffany Paige
Ruth Blossom Parker
James Novotny
Smokeless tobacco is banned at many stadiums, but there is no real evidence its use is being monitored in clubhouses.
Smokeless tobacco is banned at many stadiums but there is no real

Smokeless Tobacco Is Gone From the Ballpark, if Not the Clubhouse

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Jacob Selvia