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Why is chocolate so good for us? nyti.ms/1roxFOA
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Are Med School Grads Prepared to Practice Medicine? nyti.ms/1lIQbUJ
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Why Chocolate Is Good for Us nyti.ms/1igONXb
Aspirin Benefits Some at Risk for Colon Cancer nyti.ms/1f4Zc7X
Exercise makes us tired. Is that always a good thing? nyti.ms/1rm2bZD
George Johnson writes on myth that you can fight cancer by eating your fruits and vegetables. nyti.ms/1luy2pl
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Fight metaphors at end of life: Britain is soft-pedaling them. Americans still "battling." New research: newoldage.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/04/22/fig…
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High Altitudes May Aid Weight Control nyti.ms/QxefMs
The Limits of ‘No Pain, No Gain’ nyti.ms/1lCQsUT
New Painkiller Rekindles Addiction Concerns nyti.ms/1fhkiKQ
Lifesaving Procedure With an Image Problem nyti.ms/1eW7vmk
Free Samples Influence Doctors’ Prescriptions nyti.ms/1f3tLoS
You asked, we answered: Are cool downs after a work out necessary? Do you have a health question? #askwell nyti.ms/1r4LtxQ
Lower your blood pressure, raise your risk of bad falls. Dicey tradeoff for older adults. newoldage.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/04/16/blo…
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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. nyti.ms/1hQ4vIE
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Ask Well: Are Exercise Cool Downs Necessary? nyti.ms/1ivhi1Y
Exercise appears to slow and even reverse the effects of aging on the skin. nyti.ms/1r3a2Lx
"My youth was all sports. Now, at the age of 30, with Stage IV gastric cancer, I rely on what I learned then." nyti.ms/1r335di
Are too many young people taking antidepressants for too long a period of time? nyti.ms/1r2v5O5
Are you searching for a new vegetarian or vegan recipe? Try our new Eat Well Recipe Finder. nyti.ms/1eGsfZR
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