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Exercise makes us tired. Is that always a good thing?
George Johnson writes on myth that you can fight cancer by eating your fruits and vegetables.
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Study Farley, ex NYC hlth commish, cited in calling for limits on salt in processed food was flawed, experts say.
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Fight metaphors at end of life: Britain is soft-pedaling them. Americans still "battling." New research:…
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Well: The Limits of ‘No Pain, No Gain’
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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