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  1. atypical
    What It’s Like to Have Multiple PersonalitiesOnce called “multiple-personality disorder,” dissociative-identity disorder remains a controversial diagnosis.
  2. science of us
    Oh No, People With a Sense of Purpose Are HealthierDamn them!
  3. swellness
    Me, Myself, and My NumbersDoes health tracking suggest a way out of loneliness — while also perpetuating it?
  4. science of us
    Is Advanced Paternal Age 35, Too?It’s either that or 45, for what it’s worth.
  5. science of us
    Will Magic Mushrooms Soon Be Decriminalized?Everything to know about the growing national movement.
  6. science
    The Average Person Only Gossips … 52 Minutes a Day?And most of it’s not even mean, or at the very least, interesting.
  7. sports
    The Caster Semenya Ruling Is Already Being Used Against Other Women“This is a scheme to demoralize us. I am not ready to quit athletics nor to take a suppressant treatment.”
  8. yes or no
    Answering Recent Health-News QuestionsWith yeses and nos.
  9. science of us
    I Now Suspect the Vagus Nerve Is the Key to Well-being“Stimulating” it leads to calmness, but how and why?
  10. swellness
    Are Mushrooms the Best Brain Food?The Cut spoke with an expert about fungi’s surprising cognitive benefits.
  11. atypical
    My Breast Implants Made Me SickIn 2014, Maria Gmitro got a breast augmentation. Months later, she started getting sick.
  12. measles
    Scientologist-Owned Cruise Ship Quarantined Over Measles OutbreakOfficials say a Scientology vessel is quarantined in St. Lucia.
  13. swellness
    I Tried a $500 Sound-Therapy MachineMusic can relax the brain, but what about droning alien voices?
  14. public health
    Should Adults Get a Measles Booster?It depends on your vaccination history.
  15. science of us
    What Is Autophagy?Right when I’d gotten used to intermittent fasting …
  16. science of us
    What Kind of Person Would Join a Sex Cult?Cult expert Janja Lalich explains the draw of Keith Raniere, the leader of the sex cult known as NXIVM.
  17. swellness
    Can Nothing Change Your Life?Since I received flower essence therapy I have, technically speaking, been putting drops of water in my water.
  18. safety
    Starbucks Is Adding Needle-Disposal Boxes to Its BathroomsThe chain plans to install them wherever it is deemed necessary.
  19. science of us
    Eula Biss on Why There’s No Such Thing As an Anti-VaxxerThe term is misleading, she says, because it obscures the real problem.
  20. science of us
    Soon I Will Be Vindicated for Not Washing My Face for YearsAll these pro-bacteria stories are mounting.
  21. atypical
    What It’s Like to Have MeaslesIt used to be that only people born in the 1960s or earlier knew what measles was like, but outbreaks have grown more common in recent years.
  22. science of us
    The Book Newly Sober People Love to Give to Each OtherTalking with Annie Grace, author of This Naked Mind.
  23. health
    Measles Outbreak Hits Google Headquarters in Silicon ValleySome Google employees are upset that they found out about the measles case through a BuzzFeed News report.
  24. swellness
    Can Eating Seeds Balance Your Hormones?Advocates of seed cycling say it helps them correct hormonal imbalances. But how does that work?
  25. recipes
    Trying Out the Well+Good CookbookIt has a pretty good brownie recipe.
  26. health
    Everything to Know About MeaslesFrom symptoms to vaccination to what leads to a major outbreak.
  27. ivf
    A Dutch IVF Doctor Secretly Used His Sperm to Father 49 KidsJan Karbaat swapped in his semen for donors’ and never told his patients.
  28. science of us
    How to Get Out of Your Own HeadOr how to make peace with being in there.
  29. swellness
    There’s No Such Thing As a Universal DietCan artificial intelligence give me a personalized nutrition plan?
  30. science of us
    New York City Declares Public Health Emergency Over Measles OutbreakIn the face of the state’s worst in decades.
  31. science of us
    The 15 Most Stressful Sentences From That Big Fungus StoryWhy isn’t everyone more terrified of drug resistance?
  32. science of us
    Do You Have a Moment to Talk About Menstrual Cups?They’ve gone mainstream. No, for real this time.
  33. marriage: an investigation
    He Knew She Had a Terminal Illness, But They Got Married Anyway“I still don’t really consider her, you know, sick. It’s not the way I think of her.”
  34. millennials
    Millennials Are in Their ThirtiesUnbelievable.
  35. swellness
    Can You Get Acupuncture If There’s Nothing Wrong With You?Or is there always something wrong with you?
  36. science of us
    So You’re Saying It’s Fine to Stop Cooking and CleaningIs air pollution worse indoors than it is outdoors?
  37. marriage: an investigation
    When Your Wife Becomes an Anti-VaxxerEverything was fine until Helen invited Jenny McCarthy into our marriage.
  38. piece of work
    Does Your Office Suffer From Conference Room Aggression?Everything you need to know about the very specific outrage of a co-worker overstaying their time in YOUR conference room.
  39. the final frontier
    My New Career Is Eating Pancakes in Bed for NASASome personal news.
  40. wait what
    Woman With Double Uterus Gives Birth Twice in a MonthMy recurring stress dream, come to life.
  41. science of us
    What Is Inflammation, and Why Is Everyone Talking About It?Are we all on fire?
  42. pregnancy
    What to Expect at Your First Fertility AppointmentThe short answer? A lot.
  43. as told to
    10 People With Cystic Fibrosis on Five Feet ApartThe movie has started conversations in the CF community about accuracy and representation.
  44. science of us
    Why Is Egging So Satisfying?A historian and schadenfreude expert explains.
  45. science of us
    A Munchausen Expert on What The Act Gets RightHulu’s new show depicts a dramatized version of a brutal real-life crime. We asked an expert to weigh in on its accuracy.
  46. science of us
    What to Know About the First Drug for Postpartum DepressionZulresso is the first of its kind.
  47. swellness
    Can Wearing a Sticker on My Boob Fix All My Problems?Body Vibes, newly endorsed by Lizzo, claim to recalibrate your body’s frequency. How do they work?
  48. science of us
    Most Days I Don’t Speak at AllIs that weird?
  49. wellness
    A Gynecologist for the Self-Care GenerationTia is a new members-only wellness clinic that wants to improve women’s health, operating on the belief that patients will pay to feel heard.
  50. exercise
    The New World of Highly Focused Micro-WorkoutsThe city is suddenly full of studios and regimens that promise to get ears, toes, butts, and even mouths firmed, stretched, and generally tuned up.
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