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Archived Since:March 9, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Advocacy Groups Ask for Ban on Common Pesticide

3 weeks agoHealth : Well

The group asked to ban chlorpyrifos from food within 30 days if the Environmental Protection Agency cannot prove it is safe.

Films Like ‘The Boss Baby’ Can Be Painful for Adoptees and Foster Kids

3 weeks agoHealth : Well

For parents of some children, the film sends an unsettling message about the limits of love, and it’s not alone. Kids’ movies are a minefield.

Is Chewing Gum Good for Toddlers? Or Anyone?

3 weeks agoHealth : Well

In the early 1900s, Wrigley pitched its products as being good for children’s teeth.

How to Be Mindful When You Are Angry

3 weeks agoHealth : Well

Anger can be a natural, life-affirming emotion, if you let it be.

What Chill Mice Can Teach Us About Keeping Calm

3 weeks agoHealth : Well

Scientists may have uncovered for the first time why taking deep breaths can be so calming.

It Takes a Suburb: A Town Unites to Tackle Student Stress

3 weeks agoHealth : Well

Lexington, Mass., is fighting the joy-killing, suicide-inducing performance anxiety so prevalent in turbocharged high schools. It has not been easy.

Get Happy: Four Well-Being Workouts

3 weeks agoHealth : Well

Martin E.P. Seligman, professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, suggests how to cultivate a better you.

Patient Voices: A.D.H.D.

3 weeks agoHealth : Well

Taming an overactive brain, succeeding with and without medication and more from people living with A.D.H.D.

My Son, My Daughter: A Mother’s Evolution

4 weeks agoHealth : Well

Isabel Rose, the New York real estate heiress, decided to go public about her child’s gender transition after President Trump rescinded federal protections for transgender students.

Love Lessons From the (Very) First Couple

4 weeks agoHealth : Well

Adam and Eve, but mostly Eve, are victims of the greatest character assassination ever.

The Accident No One Talked About

4 weeks agoHealth : Well

When a family tries to sweep tragedy under the rug, the damage is deep and lasting.

Soda or Bear Claw? Panera to Post Added Sugar in Drinks It Sells

4 weeks agoHealth : Well

Panera Bread appears to be the first major restaurant chain to offer its customers information about the amount of added sugar in the beverages it sells.

Health Subsidies for Low Earners Will Continue Through 2017, G.O.P. Says

4 weeks agoHealth : Well

Senior House Republicans said they expected federal payments to keep low-income people covered under the Affordable Care Act for 2017, and perhaps for 2018.

O Brother, Where Art Thou? Getting Him to Mom’s Big Birthday

last monthHealth : Well

Also, sensitivity about public schools, dog-friendly buildings and a reluctant best man.

Hepatitis Tied to Parkinson’s Risk

last monthHealth : Well

People with hepatitis B or hepatitis C were more likely to have Parkinson’s disease.

Healthy Gums May Signal a Longer Life

last monthHealth : Well

Older women with gum disease or tooth loss are at increased risk of dying early, researchers report.

The Haves and Have-Nots of Cancer Care

last monthHealth : Well

Prevention and early detection should not be bonuses available only to those who can pay for expensive medical coverage.

With Hair Bows and Chores, YouTube Youth Take On Mean Girls

last monthHealth : Well

Newly signed to Nickelodeon, JoJo Siwa is leading an international online movement of kind behavior and demure dress. But not everyone approves.

Do DHA Supplements Make Babies Smarter?

last monthHealth : Well

Adding DHA, an omega-3 fatty acid, to infant formula or prenatal supplements doesn’t improve babies’ brain development, recent reviews have found.

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