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Dangerous Dietary Supplements Return to Store Shelves nyti.ms/1w4WciZ
Why Latina women may have a lower risk of breast cancer. nyti.ms/1vFYBz3
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It’s Time to Try Nutty, Sour Trahana nyti.ms/1wswC6b
Drinking your morning coffee — even decaffeinated coffee — may protect your liver. nyti.ms/ZM4DBA pic.twitter.com/gqy8S9O5X3
Genetic Variant May Shield Latinas From Breast Cancer nyti.ms/1t6PJ5Q
Finishing a basic teeth cleaning can be a colossal challenge for parents of children with autism. nyti.ms/1tGqtnR
A Weight Loss Belief Is Tested nyti.ms/1vYQEGs
Coffee May Protect the Liver nyti.ms/1vYLz18
Stemming a Stream of Pain for Children with Sickle Cell Disease nyti.ms/1vYGl5g
For Children With Autism, Opening a Door to Dental Care nyti.ms/1nxdiTA
Worried about your teen drinking or eating right? Maybe refocus that concern on when he or she goes to bed. nyti.ms/1tF66aJ
The plot has thickened with smell. nyti.ms/1tF4u0y
Hard Lesson in Sleep for Teenagers nyti.ms/1CLrZnM
"We need storytelling in medicine." nyti.ms/1Dr7gaU
Ask Well: Do Mosquitoes Spread Ebola? nyti.ms/1sRLuK2
Ask Well: Do Mosquitos Spread Ebola? nyti.ms/ZImXMa
Quality of words, not quantity, is key to language skills nyti.ms/1yIE1jW @DQuenqua
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You may be younger than someone with less years. nyti.ms/1rJCd1f
Mistakes in Treating Childhood Fractures nyti.ms/1xZogC5
"Being Mortal," new book from @Atul_Gawande: wise, important, beautifully written, a bit late to the party. newoldage.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/10/17/a-d…
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A child’s backpack should not exceed what percent of body weight? Take this week’s quiz by @camaldarelli nyti.ms/1rIjraH
When nurses were encouraged to monitor doctors’ practices at first there was tension, then useful changes. nyti.ms/1tzGiww
The Ethicist: Why Tell Koko About Robin Williams’s Death? nyti.ms/1Cw82kx
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Opinion: Don’t Depend on Those Frozen Eggs nyti.ms/1tzBhnU
Want to Ace That Test? Get the Right Kind of Sleep. nyti.ms/1qD5JGF via @NYTMotherlode
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When Doctors and Nurses Work Together nyti.ms/1zdSRjN
When Women Become Men at Wellesley nyti.ms/1w9lRFy
We answered readers’ question: Can pets get Ebola? nyti.ms/1w8ZAaQ
Ask Well: Can Pets Get Ebola? nyti.ms/1EYJeFX
Take a break from bad news with healthy comfort food: lentil pie (Photo by Andrew Scrivani) nyti.ms/1w8VNdP pic.twitter.com/tktNVIcVF8
Scientific proof that you are as young as you feel What’s Your Fitness Age? nyti.ms/1xR1SLc via @nytimeswell
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You already know your chronological age, but do you know your fitness age? nyti.ms/1sfjPBi
Vulnerability to Fructose Varies, Health Study Finds nyti.ms/ZBGRrY
Epidurals May Be Given Early or Late in Labor nyti.ms/1z5t3pR
Prostate Cancer Recurrence Risk Tied to Lipid Levels nyti.ms/1vYtPAe
Ask Well: Ebola on Airplanes, Ebola in Sneezes nyti.ms/1vYrwxd
With Electronic Medical Records, Doctors Read When They Should Talk nyti.ms/1z5k87Z
In Interrogations, Teenagers Are Too Young to Know Better nyti.ms/1vYmuk8
O.C.D, a Disorder That Cannot Be Ignored nyti.ms/1v3GYc4
Lentils in Salads, Pilafs and Pies nyti.ms/1CdiUDY
Teenagers who eat dinner with the family two or three times a week may reduce their risk for obesity. nyti.ms/1xD5zUx
How exercise can boost young brains nyti.ms/1o1oNTI
Teenagers who eat meals with family may reduce their risk for obesity in young adulthood nyti.ms/1o41d94
Brain science shows that to retain more information when studying, it may be a good idea to what? Take the quiz. nyti.ms/1pWr9hD
A new book says most students probably don't need to study more. They need a smarter approach to studying nyti.ms/1q8qb21
Exercise helps kids focus, new research shows. nyti.ms/1v2Ao6S