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Health

  1. abortion rights
    Anti-Choice March for Life Attempts Pivot to ScienceUnsurprisingly, it didn’t go too well.
  2. science of us
    ‘The Planetary Health Diet’ Has a Nice Ring to ItA sweeping new report recommends eating a lot less meat.
  3. science of us
    Everything to Know About the Flu This YearAll the latest information about this year’s flu season.
  4. science of us
    Why Is Everyone I Know Bouldering All of a Sudden?Zac Efron’s doing it. Brie Larson is doing it. Perhaps you, too, are doing it. But why?
  5. an investigation
    Do Our Dentists Hate Us?An attempt to find out if our filthy teeth have earned us an enemy.
  6. What It’s Like to Have a Body That’s Literally Falling Apart“Having Ehlers-Danlos syndrome is like being trapped in a house on fire.”
  7. science of us
    I Love My Barre Class Like a FriendThe story of how I fell for an exercise routine.
  8. health
    I Was a 4-Year-Old Trapped in a Teenager’s Body“I was all of the things people are when they’re 14 or 15” — except a decade younger.
  9. sensory overload
    What Do You Think the Fatberg Feels Like?I’m sorry.
  10. health chats
    What Is This Exercise Tool and How Do I Get One?Meet the Attitube and its variants.
  11. mental health
    Women Battling Their Hormones Are Demanding to Be HeardWhat happened after we published “Listening to Estrogen,” an investigation into how little doctors know about hormones and mental health.
  12. am i dying
    Will Taking Leftover Antibiotics Kill Me?If you suspect you have a sinus infection, you probably don’t need antibiotics (leftover or new).
  13. healthy and happy
    Chopt Has Become a Brutal Hellscape in New YorkHappy new year.
  14. promises promises
    How to Finally Stop SlouchingEverything we tried to fix our posture in 2019.
  15. self
    A Diet of Chocolate and Wine Might Not Help You Live to 120, ActuallyThe world’s oldest woman may have lied about her age, according to a new report.
  16. help everything hurts
    Adult-Branded Pedialyte Is Here, Just in Time for New Year’sIt’s called “Sparkling Rush,” and it sounds really intense.
  17. science of us
    The Best Health and Science Books of 2018Featuring dreams and social anxiety and psychedelic drugs.
  18. science of us
    Listening to EstrogenHormones have always been a third rail in female mental health. They may also be a skeleton key.
  19. ruth bader ginsburg
    A Cancer Doctor Explains RBG’s SurgeryRuth Bader Ginsburg reportedly had two cancerous nodules removed after an earlier hospitalization for broken ribs.
  20. the cut opinion pages
    You Are Making Gift-Giving Harder Than It Has to BeYou’re just stressed because you’re ill prepared.
  21. plant person
    I Wish I Were My Snake PlantIt’s gritty, tolerant, and composed.
  22. year in review 2018
    The Year in HypochondriaHere are the most pressing health concerns you shared with us this year.
  23. science of us
    Maybe I Should Quit Everything and Join CrossFitDoctors are also getting on board.
  24. science of us
    I’m Terrified of Neti PotsNo brain-eating amoebas for me, thank-you.
  25. health
    Could Eating Raw Cookie Dough Kill You?We spoke to a public-health expert who dares to regularly eat cookie dough.
  26. piece of work
    How to Get Your Annoying Co-worker to Leave You AloneWhat to do when subtle, nonverbal cues aren’t enough.
  27. teen trends
    Teen Seals Are Shoving Eels Up Their NosesThe seal version of the TidePod challenge.
  28. am i dying
    I’m Seeing Spots, Is This the End As I Know It?The spectre of “floaters,” and what to look out for.
  29. science of us
    This Is the Shortest Workout You Can Do to Cheer Yourself UpGreat news if you want to be happy but hate working out.
  30. food
    Do Millennials Really Not Eat Canned Tuna?The Cut investigates.
  31. science of us
    Can Going to a Sauna Make Me Happy?The therapeutic effects of getting hot for an hour.
  32. science of us
    Sleep Fixes EverythingIf you don’t get enough, you’ll be angrier, and more anxious.
  33. science of us
    How Often Should I Wash My Office Water Bottle?I must know.
  34. science of us
    I’m Ready to Go 86 Percent VegetarianA recent editorial pushed me into once-a-week territory.
  35. science of us
    How to Digest a Gigantic MealUseful tips for for getting it all moving this holiday season.
  36. dangerous food
    Romaine Lettuce Is Dangerous AgainThe CDC has declared that romaine lettuce is not safe to eat following another E. coli outbreak.
  37. science of us
    Does Your Apartment Have Friendly Microbes?On the difference between ground-floor microbes and the ones found higher up.
  38. science of us
    Would Life Be Better If I Cried More?People feel more connected to people who are crying. I want in.
  39. teens
    Sorry Teens, Your Juul Days Are NumberedIt looks like Juul is going the way of the Four Loko.
  40. science of us
    Diets Only Work If You Believe They WillVox’s Julia Belluz on her night in a metabolism chamber.
  41. science of us
    Lie About Yourself Enough and Even You’ll Believe ItOur “memories” are more malleable than we think.
  42. swellness
    What Is Dietary Dampness?An introduction to the traditional Chinese medicine concept.
  43. science of us
    In Defense of the Micro WorkoutEven brief exercise counts now, according to new government guidelines.
  44. science of us
    Schadenfreude Turns You Into a Temporary PsychopathWe bet you really feel bad now.
  45. reproductive rights
    Planned Parenthood’s New President Has Already Sued President Trump (and Won)Dr. Leana Wen is the first physician to be president of Planned Parenthood in nearly 50 years.
  46. science of us
    I Haven’t Washed My Face in Two YearsAn experiment in going without.
  47. science of us
    I’ve Been Comforted by a StrawberryWhy we stress-eat and how to embrace it (or reroute it).
  48. science of us
    A Meat Tax Sounds Nice to MeImagining a world in which processed meat costs more.
  49. What It’s Like to Control My Nightmares With Lucid DreamingI’ve escaped death and dealt with loss, all while sleeping.
  50. work
    How I Get It Done: Robin RobertsThe Good Morning America host on practicing optimism, being a better boss, and what she would tell her younger self.
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