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DealBook: Seeking the Right Chemistry, Drug Makers Hunt for Mergers
World Briefing: Ebola Outbreak in West Africa Kills Over 140, U.N. Agency Says
Gilead Revenue Soars on Hepatitis C Drug
Study Linking Illness and Salt Leaves Researchers Doubtful
The New Old Age Blog: Fighting Words Are Rarer Among British Doctors
Raw Data: An Apple a Day, and Other Myths
Global Health: Cancer Vaccine Proves Effective in H.I.V. Patients
The Well Column: The Lure of Forbidden Food
Well: New Painkiller Rekindles Addiction Concerns
The Map Makers: Mind Control in a Flash of Light
Well: Low Vitamin D in Mothers Tied to Cavities in Babies
The New Old Age Blog: For Stone Phillips, a Focus on the Home Front
Well: Free Samples Influence Doctors’ Prescriptions
You asked, we answered: Are cool downs after a work out necessary? Do you have a health question? #askwell
"The technique can spray bits of uterine tissue or fibroids around inside the abdomen like seeds." @nytDeniseGrady
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Lower your blood pressure, raise your risk of bad falls. Dicey tradeoff for older adults.…
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A tool used in many hysterectomies can cause cancer to spread. The F.D.A. Tells gynecologists to stop using it.
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Well: Ask Well: Are Exercise Cool Downs Necessary?
Treatment Cost Could Influence Doctors’ Advice
Exercise appears to slow and even reverse the effects of aging on the skin.
"My youth was all sports. Now, at the age of 30, with Stage IV gastric cancer, I rely on what I learned then."
Well: An Athlete Tackles Cancer