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Why is chocolate so good for us?
Are Med School Grads Prepared to Practice Medicine?
Why Chocolate Is Good for Us
Aspirin Benefits Some at Risk for Colon Cancer
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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Fight metaphors at end of life: Britain is soft-pedaling them. Americans still "battling." New research:…
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High Altitudes May Aid Weight Control
The Limits of ‘No Pain, No Gain’
New Painkiller Rekindles Addiction Concerns
Lifesaving Procedure With an Image Problem
Free Samples Influence Doctors’ Prescriptions
You asked, we answered: Are cool downs after a work out necessary? Do you have a health question? #askwell
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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Ask Well: Are Exercise Cool Downs Necessary?
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."
Are too many young people taking antidepressants for too long a period of time?
Are you searching for a new vegetarian or vegan recipe? Try our new Eat Well Recipe Finder.
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