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Day-to-day individual choices matter less than we think, but national policies seem to matter a lot.
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Teaching children how to take the air out of the teasing.
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The case of Baby Fae, the recipient of Dr. Bailey’s experimental transplant in 1984, generated worldwide headlines — along with criticism, demonstrations and threats.
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A new study is the latest skirmish in the “battle of the thermostat.”
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A new study finds that the choice to eat or omit a meal before an early workout could affect our relationship to food for the rest of the day.
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“For healthy people without heart problems or diabetes, up to one egg a day should be O.K.,” said one researcher.
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Love, meaningfulness and the power of connection don’t stop just because we get old.
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A new study found that 90 percent of young people killed by an intimate partner from 2003 to 2016 were girls.
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Scientists calculated that genetics is responsible for 57 percent of dog ownership in women and 51 percent in men.
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Adding college students back into family life is rarely as simple as rebooting their high school days.
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