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Adults can use the evolving laws as a jumping-off point to talk with teenagers about how they’ll approach any number of dicey decisions.
New research shows the benefits of meditation for the elementary school set.
There are many apps, classes and books to guide children in meditation, but it is easy (and free) to start at home.
Two out of five Americans are worried about something every day. Sometimes worrying can help solve your problems — and sometimes it just leads to more worry.
What was wrong with a man who suddenly became ill at his brother's wedding? More than 400 of you offered your diagnoses, but no one got it completely right.
Handstand classes are in demand, thanks at least in part to Instagram.
My mother wrote about her mother's Alzheimer's disease in this paper decades ago. And then it came for her.
As my family members sniped at one another on our way to the marathon, I couldn't help asking myself: Why didn't I just run this marathon alone?
Adults ages 50 to 69 who are at high risk for heart attack or stroke should take a daily low-dose aspirin to prevent both heart attacks and strokes as well colorectal cancer.
Test your knowledge of this week's health news.
“What is another year of your life worth?” Experts put the number at $50,000. Can patients like me — older people with recurrent disease -- estimate the expense of a future year of cancer treatment to decide whether it’s worth it?
Can you figure out what is wrong with a 38-year-old man who suffers from fevers, aches and night sweats after traveling to the mountains of Colorado?
Like most doctors, I had never received any training on the care of prisoners. So when Michael came to my clinic, I was unprepared.
New research shows that giving a child a “two-minute warning” before turning off a video game or TV show does not make it easier for a child to turn away from a screen.
My mother’s idea of a good home-cooked meal consisted of au gratin boxed potatoes, canned tuna fish, or maybe some Franco-American Spaghetti0s.
Removal of the ovaries may increase the risk for colorectal cancer, a new study concludes.
By age 80, more than half of Americans either have a cataract or will have had cataract surgery. Some opt for a form of surgery that can make reading glasses obsolete.
“It is literally neurobiologically impossible to think deeply about things that you don’t care about,” says the neuroscientist Mary Helen Immordino-Yang.
American Girl, the doll company, has introduced a diabetes care kit for dolls, and it has sold so briskly it is already on back order.
Young rats prone to obesity are much less likely to fulfill that unhappy destiny if they run during adolescence than if they do not.