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With effort, it’s possible to forget certain memories. Start by identifying what triggers them. nyti.ms/3eX7yzZ
The Pfizer coronavirus vaccine is extraordinarily effective at protecting against severe disease and death caused by two variants of concern, according to real-world data from Israel and Qatar. nyti.ms/3ejSD3V
CVS, Walmart, Rite Aid and other large chains are aiming to address a burgeoning mental health crisis. nyti.ms/3utUXen
"This loss can help us with whatever comes next, whatever future losses may be in store. We come to see that we can create a new understanding and attach to new dreams.” nyti.ms/3aXKzne
Hospitals are bringing together surgeons, anesthesiologists and nurses with architects, engineers and administrative staff to rethink the modern operating room. nyti.ms/3eT9pGe
A mom who does daily workouts with Sydney Cummings, a YouTube star, said her 4-year-old son recognizes Ms. Cummings and asked if she was going to come over to their house. "I know we aren’t really friends, but I do kind of feel like I know her," she said. nyti.ms/3vBTVwS
Linda Griffith's research highlights what a remarkable organ the uterus truly is — and not just during its signature function, pregnancy. nyti.ms/3evQGAo
Hi, I'm looking to talk to any parents who are hesitant to give their kids the covid vaccine. I am approaching these conversations with zero judgment, this isn't a hit piece — I want to hear how you're feeling and why. Please RT, my DMs are open.
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“We cannot think of patient safety without thinking about the health of everyone in the room. They are interlinked.” nyti.ms/33hAtJO
The kids in my home and my practice are *dragging* themselves to the end of the school year. Should it be of help to you and yours, here's my @nytimeswell column on how we can help young people manage when motivation is, understandably, at an all-time low. nytimes.com/2020/10/29/wel…
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Are you feeling a sense of "futureblock?" Having a hard time looking into your crystal ball and seeing where you are going or where you want to be. You're not alone. nyti.ms/3tbXVCM
“We have to remember, people don’t come to us with a list of medical problems, they come with a life, and a life that may have medical issues, but also social and emotional issues.” nyti.ms/3dVD8Pt
How do we deal with death and loss and help those we love cope? “Loss is loss, and it is sad," @annasale tells @ezraklein on today's episode of The Ezra Klein Show. “But there is something to be gained by just saying, ‘This is hard.’” nyti.ms/3ticuVa
Las rutinas y rituales nos ayudan a funcionar en medio del caos del mundo y, en muchos casos, el caos mental. nyti.ms/3aYbAXA
Cathy Park Hong’s book “Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning” came out before the pandemic, but it’s taken on new urgency with the rise in anti-Asian violence and discrimination nationwide. Listen to an interview with the poet on Still Processing. nyti.ms/2ReY4I6
Beber alcohol con moderación después de recibir la vacuna para la covid posiblemente no afecte tu respuesta inmunitaria al medicamento, pero los expertos dicen que el consumo en exceso tal vez sí tenga un impacto. nyti.ms/3xwDcx0
A generation of the real-life nearsighted Mr. Magoos is growing up before our eyes. nyti.ms/33amqWn
“No fallemos con la covid prolongada”, advierte un autor del nuevo estudio. “Lo que tendremos que afrontar durante los próximos años, quizá incluso durante décadas, es el efecto a largo plazo de la pandemia en la salud de los estadounidenses”. nyti.ms/3ez486j
Jeanne Calment is considered the oldest person who ever lived, having made it to 122. She filled her time with leisure and enjoyed a glass of port, a cigarette and some chocolate nearly every day. What does she tell us about the limits of human longevity? nyti.ms/3xyHiV3
Are you feeling burned out? What kind of question is that, of course you are. You're not alone, hang in there. And here is some advice to help you through it.  nyti.ms/3nzPCQ1
How about a shot and a chaser? To encourage vaccination, Erie County is offering people a free beer with their Covid vaccine. Check out the story, and our piece on how alcohol affects your immune system. nytimes.com/2021/04/27/wel… @nytimeswell buffalonews.com/news/local/sho…
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Research shows that the pandemic took a toll on our overall well-being and left many of us drained. Here are seven simple steps to get you thriving again. nyti.ms/3ehB2tl
The Covid-19 vaccine is approved to be administered in either of two locations on the body.  nyti.ms/3xzKlMP
A new law adds sesame seeds and oils to the list of ingredients companies must declare on packaging. What does that mean for you? nyti.ms/3gE3DKR
We broke down the signs, causes and treatment options for five common symptoms of menopause and perimenopause. nyti.ms/3xzFuer
Social medicine programs, which often encourage patients to engage with other people, can help address dementia, isolation and more. nyti.ms/3xou2lU
Will kids be able to have fun and stay safe at camp this summer? We asked health experts and camp directors to find out. nyti.ms/3ny18vd
Over one billion women around the world will have experienced perimenopause by 2025. But a culture that has spent years dismissing the process might explain why we don’t know more about it. nyti.ms/3gOW8B0
The uterus offers a window into some of biology’s greatest secrets: tissue regeneration, scarless wound healing and immune function. nyti.ms/3aGWC8C
This list of 10 fiction, nonfiction and comic books will help children and teenagers of all backgrounds understand and combat anti-Asian hate and bullying — and provide more context to America’s history of discrimination. nyti.ms/2QTlS4f
Sesame is now on the list of potentially dangerous allergens companies identify. Here's what that means for allergy families.  nyti.ms/2S3Xaih
How do you measure the loss of a life? In dollars? How about in lost years? That, argue experts, would show us the true cost of the pandemic.  nyti.ms/2QHgoti
From @nytopinion: Is your anxiety a habit loop you can break? On a recent episode of The Ezra Klein Show, @judbrewer told @ezraklein that it is, and offers advice for changing your relationship with your thoughts. nyti.ms/3svGX1L
Ice packs are a staple of most gyms, locker rooms and athletes’ freezers. But a new study adds to growing evidence that icing injured muscles slows healing. nyti.ms/3ateRxT
People often fixate on a single statistic for the pandemic: how many people have died. But that doesn't show the true shape of the disaster; it's far more useful to measure our loss in years. nyti.ms/3eiA0w1
From @nytopinion: Kids benefit by being around adults, but as @AlisonGopnik tells @ezraklein on The Ezra Klein Show, the reverse is also true. “Being with children can actually give adults a sense of this broader way of being in the world.” nyti.ms/3x2IWho
La escritora y cineasta @naanking nos dice cómo tolerar la incomodidad al cambio constante le transformó la vida. nyti.ms/3avWKri
While use of virtual reality for improving physical ailments is still in early stages, it shows promise — and it’s fun. nyti.ms/3xeqHpy
Tomorrow, and every single day after that, my routine and rituals are in my hands only. And nobody can take that from me. nyti.ms/2QwKbVv
The blah you’re feeling, the rise of the YOLO economy and an ode to the filet-o-fish. This weekend listen to five articles from around The Times, narrated just for you. nyti.ms/3vru76P
La música en vivo se ha abierto paso en algunos lugares sorprendentes, como las salas de espera de oncología, las unidades de cuidados intensivos neonatales y en los hospicios. nyti.ms/3e9s14e
No hay que llamarlo “pensamiento positivo”. Es “crecimiento postraumático”. nyti.ms/3dmAlyh
Some 12 million Americans over 65, living in their own homes, could use equipment to help them safely bathe and use the toilet. But about five million of them don’t have those items, even though they generally cost less than $50. nyti.ms/3tXgbkg
Got your shot? Ready to go out and meet people again? Just one problem, you forgot how to be social. Take a few tips from people who talk to other people for a living. nyti.ms/3ng9cAr
Call for responses! Tell us how the pandemic has contributed to guilt you might be experiencing, and you may be contacted by a reporter for inclusion in an upcoming article. nyti.ms/3dNJQqO
“El sustento científico de toda esta preocupación por las superficies es muy escaso, casi nulo”, afirmó Emanuel Goldman, microbiólogo de la Universidad de Rutgers. “Este es un virus que se contrae al respirar. No es un virus que se adquiera al tocarlo”. nyti.ms/3gezSQL
This just brought our team to tears. Happy weekend! twitter.com/dgelles/status…
Shout out to @shanpalus who started this conversation on Slate (and took all the heat!) Let's talk about outdoor masking -- and when it's not necessary. (And let's be kind to those who are not ready to drop the mask outdoors.) nytimes.com/2021/04/22/wel…
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“From an emotional standpoint, coming off an injury where I lost the majority of the use of my body, V.R. pushed the boundaries of what I thought was possible.” nyti.ms/3dD0Y2g
Confused about when to wear a mask outside? Try the 2-out-of-3 rule. nyti.ms/2QKsamI
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