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The author lost her pet, whom she described as the “metronome” to her life, in January. She has learned a lot about the grieving process.
Also, a cash-bar conundrum, a delayed apology for flaking and an infantilizing boss.
Mentoring former military men and women eager to find their place in civilian society has opened new doors in the years remaining to me.
Certain kinds of exercise may mitigate the effects of aging at the cellular level.
When home no longer feels like a safe place, the Critical Shopper resorts to sleepwear at Sleepy Jones.
A $5 cellphone add-on provides a quick and easy measure of your sperm count and motility.
Being overweight when young may increase the risk for liver cancer later in life.
Use your workout to cultivate mental strength, as well as physical.
For a 3-year-old boy on a family trip, the airport itself is the destination.
The pioneering cookbook author, who has Alzheimer’s disease, no longer cooks much. But a special diet and persistence keep her as kinetic as ever.
Riding the ups and downs of bipolar disorder can cause havoc for those with the condition and their loved ones. Here are firsthand accounts of living with bipolar disorder.
We’d like to hear from women around the world who have grappled with the decision to divorce or stay in an unhappy marriage.
Movement stimulates the brain and may help students become better learners.
A mother recalls a favorite ritual with her young daughter, visiting some of Amsterdam’s many neighborhood children’s farms or petting zoos.
A family heads to the fjords of Norway and sees their sons’ transformation “into a special breed of excitable baby werewolf.”
Yearning for a break from a New York winter, a family revels in the sun, sea and sand of Puerto Rico, and is reminded of its casual charms.
Since 2001 the number of grandparents has grown by 24 percent, partly as a result of the aging of the baby boom generation.
A study of nearly 2,000 hospitals found that inspections led to lower death rates.
Proton pump inhibitors are linked to problems like nutrient deficiencies, joint pain, bone fractures, heart attacks and dementia.
Taking care of small children can get tedious. I wouldn’t have made it through without a certain amount of distraction.