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Here is a guide to help you teach young people about philanthropy and offer them the tools to give.
Some part of me still has a child’s desire to wake up, starry-eyed, and find surprises chosen with love and obtained in secret.
They had been together for 12 months. She realized that she loved him. Should she say so?
Samamkaya Yoga in the Flatiron district caters to practitioners with aches and pains, focusing on therapeutic movements that strengthen alignment.
A kidney transplanted from a deceased 79-year-old can be as effective as one from a person 30 years younger, a new study found.
Also: When you realize you didn’t get an invitation to a holiday party you’ve gone to for years; the complexities of gift giving, and more.
The conjunction of Christmas and Hanukkah this year gives me an occasion to marvel at the miracles of medical science that have extended my life.
A lidocaine swab can be an easy and effective way to ease the pain of childhood injections.
A guide for having better relationships, culled from 2016’s most popular Modern Love columns.
Hear the actress read the story of how a teenage girl’s gruesome discovery changes the trajectory of her life.
Regular use of drugs like Advil or Tylenol for six years or longer may slightly increase the risk for hearing loss.
Allow your family get-togethers to be a source of harmony and well-being.
Adolescents often aren’t in the mood to chat, but they still want a parent nearby.
School districts are preparing to impose nutrition standards for all food offered to children at school, including party treats.
Speculation centered on whether Mr. West’s new hair color was linked to recent emotional and professional turmoil.
Approximately 51 million Americans have overactive bladders. Exercises and medications can help, experts say.
A generation of parents no longer remembers the risks and potential for serious complications from the disease.
Appropriated by enthusiasts of tea, manicures and bubble baths in recent weeks, the term “self-care” has a political charge traced to Audre Lorde.
Readers solve the real-life case of a builder with blisters all over his hands.
Some take life-story writing classes, while others hire “personal historians” to record oral histories or to produce videos that combine interviews, home movies and family photos.