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Archived Since:March 9, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Sugary Diet During Pregnancy May Increase Asthma Risk in Children

2 days agoHealth : Well

Women who consumed the most sugar during pregnancy were more likely to have children with asthma.

How Andy Dunn of Bonobos Tackles His Workday

2 days agoHealth : Well

The fashion entrepreneur may start his day with light yoga and vegan eggs, before a whirlwind day of meetings and after-work drinks.

Why I Don’t Grieve for My Daughter at College

2 days agoHealth : Well

My best friend is not gone; my daughter is. The one I was supposed to train up in the way she should go; “go” is the operative word here.

He Showed Me His Tiles, So I Showed Him Mine

2 days agoHealth : Well

Nine years of therapy and one board game help a woman understand that love can’t be mastered through hard work and perfectionism.

Sifting Through a Life After Suicide

2 days agoHealth : Well

In a documentary, a filmmaker sorts through the items her sister left behind to try to make sense of her life, and her death.

Will Y’All Please Stop Yammering About Resilience?

3 days agoHealth : Well

And: an old friend goes Barbie on Instagram, a youth flakes on a college recommendation and a canceled wedding morphs mysteriously into a party.

Can Smiling While Exercising Improve Performance?

3 days agoHealth : Well

Runners who smiled ran more economically than those who frowned.

Modern Love Podcast: Caitriona Balfe Reads ‘A Boyfriend Too Good to Be True’

3 days agoHealth : Well

On this week’s podcast, the “Outlander” star tells the story of a grandmother with Alzheimer’s and how the disease filtered her family’s world.

How Exercise Can Make for Healthier Fat

4 days agoHealth : Well

A single session of exercise may change the molecular workings of fat tissue in ways that, over time, should improve metabolic health.

We’re Going to Need More Gabrielle Union

5 days agoHealth : Well

“I think the floodgates have opened for white women,” the actress and rape survivor said of the #MeToo movement, which coincided with her new memoir.

Air Pollution May Harm Babies Even Before They Are Born

5 days agoHealth : Well

Pollution raised the risk of low birth weight babies, which may increase the risk for diabetes and heart disease later in life.

5 Easy, Breezy Skin Care Tips for Guys this Winter

5 days agoHealth : Well

Don’t let the cold weather dry out your skin. Here are a few simple ways to maintain a good complexion.

Love the Club, Hate the Cocaine (and the Lies)

5 days agoHealth : Well

After her husband breaks his promise to abstain from drugs, a reader grapples with the fate of her relationship.

Can This Water Park Make Fun More Inclusive?

5 days agoHealth : Well

What happens when children of all different abilities get to play with each other? We take you inside a first-of-its-kind ultra accessible water park, which is changing the way families spend time together.

Oil for Hanukkah Latkes

6 days agoHealth : Well

A cold-pressed grapeseed oil from Salut Santé is light, neutral and also kosher.

Does an A.D.H.D. Link Mean Tylenol Is Unsafe in Pregnancy?

6 days agoHealth : Well

In a Norwegian study, pregnant women who took acetaminophen for 29 days or more had a more than twofold risk of having children with A.D.H.D.

Cataract Surgery May Prolong Your Life

6 days agoHealth : Well

People who can see better are more likely to get exercise, take their medication and avoid falls, experts say.

In a Deadly Obsession, Food Is the Enemy

last weekHealth : Well

Experts estimate that 30 million Americans are plagued at some point in their lives by eating disorders. Some will recover; one-third will remain chronically ill or die.

Fewer People Are Contracting H.I.V., State Says

last weekHealth : Well

After a decade-long impasse, the number of new diagnoses of the virus that causes AIDS have fallen in the last two years, Governor Cuomo said

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