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Sex improves in later years among long-married couples, becoming more frequent as intimacy becomes more a priority, researchers found.
The finding, in The New England Journal of Medicine, addresses a condition that afflicts 2 percent of American children.
Mindfulness meditation helped older men and women get a good night's sleep, a rigorous new study found.
A study with premature infants demonstrated that a mother’s voice and heartbeat to grow may help the developing brain grow.
A study linking an extra five diseases and 60,000 deaths to tobacco use, and the popularity of e-cigarettes, should push the F.D.A. into action.
Parents who wash their dishes by hand instead of in a dishwashermay unwittingly lower the likelihood that their children will develop allergies.
In winter, root vegetables, roasted vegetables, grains and year-round vegetable staples like celery are often at the center of my salad plate.
A federal health panel has proposed that the illness now be called systemic exertion intolerance disease, in part to reduce stigma.
A nutrition advisory panel that helps shape the country’s official dietary guidelines eased some of its previous restrictions on fat and cholesterol and recommended new limits on the amount of added sugars that Americans should cons...
While some fitness monitors are accurate when measuring step counts, others are way off. And few are more accurate than the convenient and inexpensive apps you can find on your cellphone, a new study found.
This week, Ron Lieber, author of "The Opposite of Spoiled," joins the Well Book Club to talk about children and charity.
A less daunting approach to interval training.
Premature delivery is tied to increased heart risks in the mother, a review of studies has found.
There are several steps people can take to give themselves some reassurance that at least some of the supplements they buy actually contain what they advertise on the label – and nothing else.
One runner's strategy and mind-set about the run-walk-run method during her road races and marathons.
By paying more attention to the experience of exercise itself, even the most reluctant of exercisers might begin to find pleasure in movement.
The lives of patients are far more complex, and messier, than science can explain.
As the price of chemotherapy now routinely reaches $100,000 for a full treatment course, my patients are forced more and more into making the equivalent of Sophie’s Choice when it comes to treating their cancer.
After years of research, there is genuine hope for reducing the toll exacted by lung cancer, which is the leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States.
A large Swedish study has found strong evidence that there is no connection between antibiotic use and the subsequent development of asthma.