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  • By New York Times   -   Sep 25, 2017

    WHEN ATHLETES SHARE INFECTIONS

    The close contact and casual sharing that are components of team bonding can also be a breeding ground for infectious disease.

  • By New York Times   -   Sep 25, 2017

    MOVIE'S ADS PROTEST RULES RESTRICTING GAY MEN FROM DONATING BLOOD

    To promote “Jigsaw,” Lionsgate is introducing a fan blood drive and taking aim at contentious federal regulations that add restrictions...

    Men
  • By New York Times   -   Sep 24, 2017

    HOW A GANG OF DROOGS GET FIT OFF BROADWAY

    The physical training required for the theatrical version of “A Clockwork Orange” rivals that of professional athletes.

    Fitness
  • By New York Times   -   Sep 23, 2017

    AT FLORIDA NURSING HOME, MANY CALLS FOR HELP, BUT NONE THAT MADE A DIFFERENCE

    After the home lost power to its air-conditioning, 11 of its residents died. Records and interviews show a preventable descent into...

    Power
  • By New York Times   -   Sep 23, 2017

    HOW TO SURVIVE THE APOCALYPSE

    Amid natural disasters, terrorist attacks and going nuclear over North Korea, it is not just camouflage-clad cave dwellers who are...

  • By New York Times   -   Sep 23, 2017

    42 MINUTES, £2,600 LOST: THE U.K.'S GROWING GAMBLING PROBLEM

    The number of problem gamblers has risen by 50 percent in recent years, and campaigners blame a machine that is unique to British betting...

  • By New York Times   -   Sep 23, 2017

    YES, AARON HERNANDEZ SUFFERED BRAIN INJURY. BUT THAT MAY NOT EXPLAIN HIS VIOLENCE

    The links between biology and behavior are complex, and a number of factors contribute to violence. Yet evidence is mounting that C.T.E....

    Brain
  • By New York Times   -   Sep 22, 2017

    MCCAIN ANNOUNCES OPPOSITION TO REPUBLICAN HEALTH BILL, LIKELY DOOMING IT

    Senator John McCain released a statement saying he would oppose the latest proposal, by Senators Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and...

    Health
  • By New York Times   -   Sep 22, 2017

    THE HPV VACCINE GAINS GROUND AMONG U.S. TEENAGERS

    Sixty percent of adolescents received the vaccine in 2016. A decade ago, less than 30 percent did.

    Vaccination
  • By New York Times   -   Sep 22, 2017

    WORLD HEALTH OFFICIALS DESCRIBE PROGRESS AGAINST TETANUS, H.I.V. AND MALARIA

    Tetanus in babies has been eliminated from the Americas, experts said. Malaria treatment will be expanded in Africa; powerful HIV drugs...

    Treatment, Baby, Drugs, Health, Power
  • By New York Times   -   Sep 22, 2017

    FINDING MY FATHER, PRESERVED ON CANVAS

    His art collection, with its movement and irreverence for boundaries, took him places he could no longer travel.

  • By New York Times   -   Sep 22, 2017

    CAN YOU PREVENT PICKING UP GERMS ON THE SUBWAY?

    Someone needs to invent a “subway condom,” one expert says.

  • By New York Times   -   Sep 22, 2017

    THE WEEKLY HEALTH QUIZ: MIGRAINES, DRINKING AND BELLY FAT

    Test your knowledge of this week's health news.

    Health, Belly
  • By New York Times   -   Sep 22, 2017

    DISCOVERING MANHOOD IN SOAPY BUBBLES

    He thought he had left his father's machismo behind. But when it came time to propose, he didn't think he was man enough to be anyone's...

    Man
  • By New York Times   -   Sep 21, 2017

    AIR POLLUTION TIED TO KIDNEY DISEASE

    Add a new potential ill to the list of problems linked to air pollution: kidney disease.

    Pollution
  • By New York Times   -   Sep 21, 2017

    LATEST OBAMACARE REPEAL EFFORT IS MOST FAR-REACHING

    The Graham-Cassidy bill would turn federal funding for a law Republicans loathe into block grants to states, realizing a long-held...

  • By New York Times   -   Sep 21, 2017

    SHOULD I TRACK DOWN THE GIRL I BULLIED IN MIDDLE SCHOOL?

    And: offering to help a stepdaughter freeze her eggs, a hostess balks at accepting a gift, and a housekeeper helps herself to the makeup...

    Gift, Gifts, Girl, Makeup, Girls
  • By New York Times   -   Sep 21, 2017

    PATIENT VOICES: ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE

    A slow decline in memory, an inability to complete simple tasks, the concern about long-term care - five men and women speak about...

    Men, Women, Alzheimer, Care
  • By New York Times   -   Sep 21, 2017

    A BRIDE'S COUNTDOWN TO GLOWING SKIN

    Some steps brides can take on their own to prepare and nurture their skin in the weeks, days and hours before their wedding.

    Skin
  • By New York Times   -   Sep 21, 2017

    THE LOVE LIVES OF DIGITAL NATIVES

    The digital world puts a new spin on some of the timeless challenges of coming of age.

    Aging