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This is what elite runners dream about the night before a race.
I’m often surprised by how many of my patients struggle with housing, food and transportation.
In a study, participants' muscles got bigger and stronger whether they lifted heavy or light weights -- as long as they lifted until they were tired.
The most popular junk foods come from crops that are heavily subsidized by the federal government.
Obese children who cut sugar from their diets saw improvements in markers of heart disease after just nine days.
The affluence of several prominent figures masks a bleak reality: Many people in the L.G.B.T. community go hungry, a new report shows.
Pediatricians view guns and violence as a public health issue, which means talking to parents about how to keep their children safe, and looking for strategies — technological, behavioral and legal — to make everyone safer.
Using yoga-posing pears and bike-riding melons, a new app deconstructs your food, giving you a trove of information not found on a typical food label.
Know anyone who is highly competitive, and portrays himself as a winner and all others as losers?
Test your knowledge of this week's health news.
How patients say they feel may be a good indicator of their general health.
Nzingha Prescod, 23, says she is excited by “the idea of little black girls turning on the TV to see someone like them fencing.”
Instead of telling our son to stop running and humming, we thumped and flapped along with him.
The magnitude of cancer provides a scale against which every other crisis falls happily short.
A short film about the different lives of elite runners.
Research shows we are more likely to embrace a novel taste if we can choose it. How about chocolate-chili ice pops or corn ice cream?
Preschool children who are in bed by 8 p.m. are far less likely to be obese during adolescence than children who stay up late.
When I close the door to the exam room and it’s just the patient and me, the power of human connection becomes palpable.
Yes, trouble heats up in the summer, but a quick spin around the research gives parents reason to feel hopeful, not helpless.
To strengthen your mind, you may first want to exert your leg muscles, according to a sophisticated new experiment involving people, mice and monkeys.