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Archived Since:March 9, 2008

Blog Post Archive

How Parents Harnessed the Power of Social Media to Challenge EpiPen Prices

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A few vocal parents harnessed the power of Facebook and Twitter to pressure pharmaceutical firm Mylan to lower its price on EpiPens, a life-saving injection for people with severe allergic reactions.

The Skinny on Holiday Weight Gain

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Most people gain a little, not a lot, during the holidays.

Holiday Feasting Without the Cranberries

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High demand and poor growing conditions may mean less red on the holiday table.

The Perfect Waistline, in the Not-So-Perfect Past

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Why you won’t find your ideal weight on a BMI chart.

Beans Come Out of Their Shell

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Martha Rose Shulman offers five ways to cook with fresh shell beans.

A Diva’s Lessons on Weight and Beauty

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The new Lifetime series “Drop Dead Diva” can teach us all a thing or two about weight, body image and beauty.

Heat Up the Wok

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Even the most cooking-challenged among us can handle a stir-fry. All it takes is preparation time and five minutes of cooking.

Packing a More Healthful School Lunchbox

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Martha Rose Shulman offers five new recipes for lunchbox-challenged families.

Taking Pesto Beyond Pasta

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Taking pesto beyond basil and pasta opens up a whole new world of sauces for grilled meats, fish and vegetables.

Running in the Rain

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A group run with Olympian Deena Kastor made the dampness almost disappear.

Finding a Running Buddy Online

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An online search can help you find a training companion for those long, long runs.

Find Your Fall Marathon

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The first step to running a marathon is to choose your race.

A Marathon on Wheels

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Most runners miss the wheel chair race, which typically starts first and often ends in a blur of speed across the finish line.

Phys Ed: Preventing ACL Injuries in Girls

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ACL tears, especially in young female athletes, have hardly lacked for notice in recent years, and scientists have argued about the injury’s causes and best treatments.

Staying Hydrated on Long Runs

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Many marathoners in training find the logistics of staying hydrated as challenging as the long run itself.

The Economics of Running

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What happens when an economist trains for a marathon? He starts applying economic theory to the long run.

Watches for Your Workout

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The Marathon Tech review tests out several watches for runners.

Phys Ed: Does Exercise Reduce Your Cancer Risk?

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Researchers recently concluded that, if you wish to ward off lung or gastrointestinal cancer, you might want to spend your leisure time jogging instead of picking berries, mushroom gathering or fishing.

Screening Babies for Broken Hearts

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A simple new method to screen babies for heart defects appears to save lives, but most hospitals aren’t doing it.

The Modern Love Podcast: Sterling K. Brown Reads ‘My First Son, a Pure Memory’

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The star of “The People v. O.J. Simpson” reads the story of a man and his wife dealing with a pregnancy gone awry.

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