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“There’s substantially more freedom for people who are vaccinated, but the idea that everything is the same as the summer of 2019 is not the case.” nytimes.com/2021/08/03/wel…
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See below! Our editor @juliacalderone would love to hear from you. twitter.com/juliacalderone…
Call out: A writer for Well is looking for someone who has come into conflict with a nanny or other household employee who refused to get vaccinated. Maybe they were able to reach some kind of an accord or maybe it ended in termination. Know anyone like this?
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During this pandemic I've hoped for the resilience of youth. This medical student's experience treating young people in the psych ER teaches us we can't rely entirely on the resilience narrative -- more mental health support for tweens and teens is needed. twitter.com/TanmoyDasLala/…
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If there was a Pulitzer for sources, I would award it to @linseymarr who helped so many journalists understand viral transmission. Dr. Marr made such a huge contribution to keeping us sane during this crisis -- every Covid reporter owes her big time! nytimes.com/2020/06/12/wel…
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Imagine confronting your fear of heights simultaneously a thousand feet in the air and from the comfort of your home. Or returning to the battlefield while in a doctor's office to deal with PTSD. That's the magic of virtual reality therapy. nyti.ms/3yYc3n4
Seasonal affective disorder isn't just for the winter. A small slice of the population feel it most when the sun is bright and the rest of us are at the beach. But is it real? nyti.ms/2RRzZYT
Brexafemme, the new drug approved to treat vaginal yeast infections, would most likely be used for drug-resistant infections or to those who can't tolerate existing drugs. But it's also pricey -- estimated to cost $350-$250 for four pills. nyti.ms/3fKk7QP
Unvaccinated adults are taking off their masks and ready to mingle with others again. But how many is too many? And when should you be worried about kids catching and spreading coronavirus? nyti.ms/3fuGGsI
Virus alert apps have been downloaded more than 90 million times. But researchers don't yet know whether the apps’ ability to accurately alert users of virus exposures outweighs potential drawbacks -- like falsely warning unexposed people. nyti.ms/3vJgZds
A few months after bariatric surgery, a young mother finds herself cripplingly weak, her eyes unable to focus. Did the operation cause this? A medical mystery in @NYTmag. nyti.ms/3pee5Li
This is such a beautiful piece. I'm going to keep tweeting it until all of you read it and share it. It will brighten your day. You can find more of Sarah Williamson's beautiful art on IG @sarahewilliamson nytimes.com/interactive/20…
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I asked readers to tag me on their gratitude photos, and it's great! Loving this strawberry gratitude! twitter.com/Geropunkjenny/…
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Stay entertained this summer with our calendar of both virtual and in person events.  nyti.ms/3cagd1A
Naomi Osaka chose to prioritize her mental health over her ambition. If your job is affecting your mental health, here are a few steps you can take to get back on track.  nyti.ms/3uLB1my
Virtual reality has slowly crept into the mainstream over the past few decades. But some experts say its real breakthrough moment will be as a tool in therapy. nyti.ms/3yYhcvx
Here’s what our readers are most looking forward to this summer.  nyti.ms/3c3zaml
Men who had active jobs lived, on average, about a year longer than those who were deskbound. nyti.ms/3uLHcH4
Building psychological muscle is a lot like building physical muscle: You gain strength when a period of exertion is followed by an interval of recovery. nyti.ms/2RfpWMU
Here are a few new and old classics to revisit this season. nyti.ms/3c37H4y
Scientists have created an atlas of microorganisms that can be found in the world’s subways. It contains data collected by more than 900 researchers and volunteers in 60 cities, from Stockholm to Shanghai, Sacramento to Sydney. nyti.ms/2SzwKVF
The C.D.C. has suggested that vaccinated people can gather maskless outside this summer. But is that a good idea everywhere? Experts weigh in with a few hard numbers for when it's safe to mingle.  nyti.ms/3wL1WQT
For the final edition of the At Home section, this list of activities looks back not only on the past year, but also on the childhood influences that will shape how we will return to the world. nyti.ms/3peHvJD
If you like looking at trees, and bark, and the pattern of veins in leaves; if you are fascinated by clouds or the spots on a ladybug’s back; if you like to split open rocks and see what’s inside, then you are already an outdoor scientist.  nyti.ms/3wJGtrg
As one of our editors put it, here's how to "Marie Kondo your friend group." nyti.ms/3c83Ra4
Do you know someone who feels sluggish and bummed out during the sunny summer months? They might suffer from summer seasonal affective disorder. Yes, it's a thing. nyti.ms/2RZRx4X
One thing we learned from our Fresh Start challenge is there is a lot of uncertainty out there. Here's some advice to help you cope with an anxious, uncertain and hopeful summer. nytimes.com/2021/06/01/wel…
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“It’s kind of enjoyable,” said a seventh grader of the pilot saliva-test program. “It’s way better than just sticking a stick up your nose.” nyti.ms/3bV3hfI
"I’m looking forward to a much different school year next year, primarily because of vaccination.” nyti.ms/3fkBfwe
With a new kind of gene therapy, scientists partially restored a blind man's sight. nyti.ms/3vmg9Dj
Puberty + perimenopause in one home = a heady combination. nyti.ms/2QXTw9y
Day 8 of the Well Challenge: Take a Gratitude Photo! You've got your phone out anyway. Take a fresh look at the things around you and snap a photo of something that inspires you or has special meaning. Share it with us! nytimes.com/2021/05/26/wel…
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“Sometimes I don’t know whose mood is controlling the house, my son’s or mine,” -- I talked to parents about what it's like to go through perimenopause while raising teens for this week's newsletter. We have advice for them from @drlucyhutner and @LDamour nytimes.com/2021/05/26/par…
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Nora Ephron's radical gift: Permission to enjoy ourselves, even if it came with a deadline. nyti.ms/3usqUmA
“This was practical science, designed by parents to get their kids back to school." nyti.ms/3hOf3MV
Some optimistic news about Covid inflammatory syndrome in children: A small study found that most kids didn't have serious physical symptoms six months later.   nyti.ms/2SqsM1Q
Moderna's vaccine is highly effective at preventing Covid-19 in adolescents, the company says. It plans to apply for authorization to use the vaccine in 12- to 17-year olds next month. nyti.ms/2TeFyAJ
“The pandemic has exacerbated things,” one social psychologist notes. “It impacted everybody, but it impacted caregivers more.” nyti.ms/2RBGIpp
Why scheduling exercise or meditation around your regular tooth brushing routine can help you form a new habit. We're on Day 7 of the Fresh Start Challenge! nytimes.com/2021/05/25/wel…
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Water sports are easier to learn — or rediscover — than you think. nyti.ms/3wrF8p8
Recreational cannabis is on the rise. But who will protect kids from confusing THC-infused gummies for candy? nyti.ms/3vo9hFP
Last year saw a blanket cancellation of summer stock theater festivals, but this season they’re coming back, with a few adjustments. nyti.ms/3vf3i63
The dogs got us through this. We're not sending them back. nyti.ms/3ufktmy
Ninety-eight percent of all conversations end with at least one person dissatisfied with how long it lasted, a recent study found. So what keeps us coming back? nyti.ms/3fclB6n
Size comparison videos are mesmerizing and sweeping the internet. Why are they so hypnotic? It turns out they scratch a very old itch. nyti.ms/2QDm6g5
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