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Health News Source: BBC News - Health , Published: 2022-11-25

Planned Caesarean births have doubled in 20 years in Scotland

There were more than 8,000 elective Caesareans in Scotland last year - the highest total on record.

What is Freudenfreude? And How to Cultivate It. Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-25
Author: Juli Fraga

What is Freudenfreude? And How to Cultivate It.

The joy we derive from others’ success comes with many benefits.

The Science of Comfort Food Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-24
Author: Melinda Wenner Moyer

The Science of Comfort Food

Much of the joy we get from our favorite dishes stems from the memories we associate with them.

Ate Too Much at Thanksgiving Dinner? How to Soothe Your Stomach. Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-24
Author: Trisha Pasricha

Ate Too Much at Thanksgiving Dinner? How to Soothe Your Stomach.

A gastroenterologist explains how to manage symptoms like bloating, gas and heartburn during the biggest food holiday of the year.

Health News Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-23
Author: Agatha French

How I Got Through My Miscarriages

Reading Diane Noomin’s feminist comics allowed me to feel the full range of my own grief.

Health News Source: BBC News - Health , Published: 2022-11-23

The puzzle of UK’s half a million missing workers

The number out of work through ill health has been rising sharply - and no-one is really sure why.

How Immunocompromised Experts Will Celebrate Another Pandemic Holiday Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-22
Author: Knvul Sheikh

How Immunocompromised Experts Will Celebrate Another Pandemic Holiday

Covid precautions have fallen by the wayside for many. But for the most vulnerable, risks are still front and center.

Adult ADHD: Spotting the Difference Between Regular Distraction and a Disorder Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-22
Author: Dana G. Smith

Adult ADHD: Spotting the Difference Between Regular Distraction and a Disorder

Everyone has bouts of distraction and forgetfulness. Here’s when psychiatrists diagnose it as something clinical.

What Is Ozempic and Why Is It Getting So Much Attention? Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-22
Author: Dani Blum

What Is Ozempic and Why Is It Getting So Much Attention?

More people are turning to a diabetes medication to induce weight loss — but experts say it’s not a miracle drug.

Embrace the Battle Rope in Your Next Workout Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-21
Author: Connie Chang

Embrace the Battle Rope in Your Next Workout

These bulky ropes in the corner of the gym can look intimidating. But it turns out they are an excellent full body workout for beginners that’s gentle on the body.

28 Wellness Gifts for Better Health and Self-Care Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-21
Author: The Well Desk and Tony Cenicola/the New York Times

28 Wellness Gifts for Better Health and Self-Care

Looking for the perfect present? We’ve got 28 ways to keep your loved ones healthy and happy.

What to Do for Unusual Covid Symptoms: Hairy Tongue, Hair Loss and More Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-16
Author: Dani Blum

What to Do for Unusual Covid Symptoms: Hairy Tongue, Hair Loss and More

“Hairy tongue,” pins and needles and Covid toe are just a few unnerving yet real manifestations of the coronavirus.

Health News Source: BBC News - Health , Published: 2022-11-16

Leprosy: Ancient disease able to regenerate organs

Bacteria that cause leprosy are shown to safely grow and regenerate the liver, in animal experiments.

Sugar Alcohols Are in Many Sugar-Free Foods. What Are They? Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-15
Author: Hannah Seo

Sugar Alcohols Are in Many Sugar-Free Foods. What Are They?

And are they better for you than regular sugar?

Tell Us About Your Friends Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-14
Author: Catherine Pearson

Tell Us About Your Friends

Platonic relationships are unsung — and essential. The Times wants to hear about the meaningful friendships in your life and how you’ve maintained them.

La obispa de la siesta predica el evangelio del descanso Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-13
Author: Melonyce McAfee

La obispa de la siesta predica el evangelio del descanso

Se llama Tricia Hersey, es experta en salud pública y divinidad y considera que el descanso es una forma revolucionaria de resistirse a la obsesión con la productividad.

Can New Technology Make Home Dialysis a More Realistic Option? Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-10
Author: Dawn MacKeen

Can New Technology Make Home Dialysis a More Realistic Option?

The Tablo System promises to make dialysis easier and more convenient for patients. But there are significant barriers to the technology.

Medicare Advantage or Just Medicare? Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-05
Author: Paula Span

Medicare Advantage or Just Medicare?

It’s annual enrollment season once again. Here’s a look at the pros and cons of the two approaches to health insurance.

New Covid Variants Are Circulating. Here’s What to Know. Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-04
Author: Knvul Sheikh

New Covid Variants Are Circulating. Here’s What to Know.

The “nightmare variant” is not as bad as it sounds.

How to Be Bored, and What You Can Learn From It Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-04
Author: Melinda Wenner Moyer

How to Be Bored, and What You Can Learn From It

Figuring out the root cause of our lack of inspiration can help us make better choices in how we spend our time, experts say.

Health News Source: University of California , Published: 2022-11-03
Author: Dan Gordon and Carla Denly

UCLA Fielding School of Public Health to offer undergraduate degrees

Students can begin applying for the new degree program in spring 2023.

A Beginner’s Guide to the Rowing Machine Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-02
Author: Dana G. Smith

A Beginner’s Guide to the Rowing Machine

Fitness companies have caught on to the fact that these devices deliver an intense full-body workout.

Health News Source: BBC News - Health , Published: 2022-11-02

Benefit cuts for disabled people in hospital called unfair

At least 45,000 disabled people affected this year by so-called hospitalisation rule.

How to Salvage a Workout After a Bad Night of Sleep Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-02
Author: Rachel Fairbank

How to Salvage a Workout After a Bad Night of Sleep

The key to enjoying exercise after a fitful slumber is to start early and keep it simple.

Why Humor and Levity Are Important, According to Experts Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-01
Author: Carolyn Todd

Why Humor and Levity Are Important, According to Experts

Beyond making tough moments a little easier, cultivating levity is good for your health.

How to Stay Safe During a Crowded Event Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-01
Author: Dani Blum

How to Stay Safe During a Crowded Event

While tragedies such as the deaths of 151 people at a Halloween event in Seoul are rare, anyone attending a big gathering should keep these safety tips in mind, experts say.

Scientists Are Gaining On RSV, a Persistent Threat to Children Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-11-01
Author: Apoorva Mandavilli

Scientists Are Gaining On RSV, a Persistent Threat to Children

Vaccines and treatments are in trials, but the virus remains a leading killer of infants worldwide.

Health News Source: BBC News - Health , Published: 2022-10-31

Call to ban nicotine pouch sale to under-18s

They should fall under the same UK legal age restrictions as cigarettes and vapes, say campaigners.

RSV: What to Know About Symptoms, Transmission and Treatment Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-29
Author: Knvul Sheikh

RSV: What to Know About Symptoms, Transmission and Treatment

Before the Covid pandemic, most people caught respiratory syncytial virus before the age of 2. Now things have changed.

Health News Source: BBC News - Health , Published: 2022-10-28

Concern over flu and RSV as Covid stays level

The flu season has started early and some young children under five are ending up in hospital.

How to Help Someone With Depression Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-27
Author: Catherine Pearson

How to Help Someone With Depression

Whether they are coping with seasonal symptoms or chronic depression, here’s how to offer love and understanding while still caring for yourself.

Health News Source: BBC News - Health , Published: 2022-10-27

Many skip work over hygiene poverty shame, charity says

Some 3.2m adults struggle to afford basic hygiene products leading to shame and exclusion, charity says.

WHO Lists Top Fungi Health Threats Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-26
Author: Andrew Jacobs

WHO Lists Top Fungi Health Threats

The pathogens cause infections that kill millions of people each year and often go undiagnosed. Even when identified, a growing number of infections is resistant to the current crop of drugs.

Health News Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-26
Author: Erika Check Hayden

Gene Treatment for Rare Epilepsy Causes Brain Side Effect in 2 Children

The side effect, a buildup of fluid in the brain, led to the death of one of the children and presents a grave setback for a class of personalized medicine.

How to Prepare for Daylight Saving Time Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-26
Author: Holly Burns

How to Prepare for Daylight Saving Time

Earlier mornings and shorter evening light can be a tough to adjustment. But there are ways to prepare for the end of daylight saving.

Uterine Cancer: What to Know About Symptoms and Treatment Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-25
Author: Dani Blum

Uterine Cancer: What to Know About Symptoms and Treatment

A new study raised alarms about chemical hair straighteners being linked to the disease, but doctors say there are telltale symptoms to watch for.

Do Statins Increase the Risk of Diabetes? Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-25
Author: Jyoti Madhusoodanan

Do Statins Increase the Risk of Diabetes?

These cholesterol-lowering medications have gotten a bad rap. Here’s why.

Health News Source: BBC News - Health , Published: 2022-10-25

Endometriosis surgery delay 'caused irreversible damage'

Claire Nicholls says her reproductive organs are so damaged, it has affected her ability to have children.

Flu Shot: What to Know About Side Effects, Protection and Timing Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-24
Author: Knvul Sheikh

Flu Shot: What to Know About Side Effects, Protection and Timing

And everything else you’ve been wondering about this annual vaccine.

What is Creatine? Understanding its Benefits and Side Effects Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-24
Author: Dani Blum

What is Creatine? Understanding its Benefits and Side Effects

The supplement isn’t just for body builders, doctors said.

Cultural Bereavement: Naming the Grief Refugees May Feel Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-22
Author: Alisha Haridasani Gupta

Cultural Bereavement: Naming the Grief Refugees May Feel

There is a name for the specific type of grief that both refugees and migrants experience. It’s called “cultural bereavement.”

Health News Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-22
Author: Carl Zimmer and Benjamin Mueller

Lab Manipulations of Covid Virus Fall Under Murky Government Rules

Mouse experiments at Boston University have spotlighted an ambiguous U.S. policy for research on potentially dangerous pathogens.

NLCS: How the Phillies Decided to Travel Home Early Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-22
Author: Scott Miller

NLCS: How the Phillies Decided to Travel Home Early

Despite a recommendation to stay the night in San Diego on Wednesday, Philadelphia’s road-weary players elected to get home as quickly as possible. So far, so good.

How to Treat Cold and Flu at Home: Zinc, Ginger and Other Remedies Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-20
Author: Alisha Haridasani Gupta and Knvul Sheikh

How to Treat Cold and Flu at Home: Zinc, Ginger and Other Remedies

Here’s what we know about some of the most popular remedies that show at least a little promise.

In-Line Skating is Back — Again Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-19
Author: Amanda Loudin

In-Line Skating is Back — Again

Once you’re up to speed on the basics, getting outside on Rollerblades is a surprisingly good workout.

Quitting Smoking: Can E-Cigarettes Help? Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-19
Author: Jen A. Miller

Quitting Smoking: Can E-Cigarettes Help?

Here’s what the evidence suggests.

Lessons From a ‘Difficult Patient’ Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-18
Author: Gina Siddiqui

Lessons From a ‘Difficult Patient’

Sal was the kind of patient that doctors strive to avoid. But for one medical student, he provided an education in compassion.

Sadder but Wiser? Maybe Not. Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-18
Author: Ellen Barry

Sadder but Wiser? Maybe Not.

A landmark 1979 study found that depressed people had a more realistic view of their influence over events. New research calls that into question.

Health News Source: BBC News - Health , Published: 2022-10-14

How many cases in your area?

Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK.

Health News Source: BBC News - Health , Published: 2022-10-13

Covid protection may be boosted by genes, study shows

Early study suggests our genes may play a part in how well protected we are after Covid jabs.

Nearly Half of Covid Patients Haven’t Fully Recovered Months Later, Study Finds Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-12
Author: Benjamin Mueller

Nearly Half of Covid Patients Haven’t Fully Recovered Months Later, Study Finds

The findings strengthened calls from scientists for more expansive care options for long Covid patients.

What Are Your ‘Non-Negotiables’? Readers Share Wellness Rituals Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-12
Author: Dani Blum and Andrea Chronopoulos

What Are Your ‘Non-Negotiables’? Readers Share Wellness Rituals

Reading Nancy Drew. Watching the birds every day. Counting yellow doors. Thousands of Times readers shared their wellness “non-negotiables.”

Health News Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-12
Author: Carl Zimmer

Human Brain Cells Grow in Rats, and Feel What the Rats Feel

Human brain “organoids” wired themselves into rats’ nervous systems, influencing the animals’ sensations and behaviors.

Strength Training Beginners Guide: How to Make the Workout a Habit Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-12
Author: Danielle Friedman

Strength Training Beginners Guide: How to Make the Workout a Habit

For real this time.

Health News Source: BBC News - Health , Published: 2022-10-11

Care worker shortage: Woman 'appalled' by lack of support for dying mum

Cathy's mum Maureen suffered multiple falls after a care-worker shortage left her to struggle on her own.

‘A New Frontier’ for Hearing Aids Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-10
Author: Paula Span

‘A New Frontier’ for Hearing Aids

Over-the-counter hearing aids are coming at long last. But lower prices and greater accessibility may take time to materialize.

Health News Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-09
Author: Rachel Strugatz

Should You Be ‘Skin Cycling’?

A newly popular approach to applying beauty products suggests that skin may benefit from fallow days and rotating chemicals.

To Find Love, Rub the (Bronze) Bulge Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-07
Author: Susanne Parker Loelius

To Find Love, Rub the (Bronze) Bulge

Groping a statue seemed a little odd, but entire tour groups were doing it, so I did too. And voilà!

U.S. Health Officials Urge Vigilance as Ebola Spreads in Uganda Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-06
Author: Apoorva Mandavilli

U.S. Health Officials Urge Vigilance as Ebola Spreads in Uganda

There are no cases in the United States, but the C.D.C. wants doctors to be on the alert for patients with telltale symptoms.

Stories From Back to School in the New Normal of the Pandemic Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-06
Author: The New York Times

Stories From Back to School in the New Normal of the Pandemic

As school began this year, we sent reporters to find out how much — or how little — has changed since the pandemic changed everything.

Surf and the City Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-05
Author: Lisa Fogarty

Surf and the City

Autumn may be the season of big swells, but the smaller waves found year-round near East Coast cities are perfect for beginners who want to give surfing a try.

How to Strengthen Your Bones and Reduce Osteoporosis Risk Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-05
Author: Melinda Wenner Moyer

How to Strengthen Your Bones and Reduce Osteoporosis Risk

A new study predicts hip fractures will nearly double worldwide by 2050. Here’s how to avoid them.

Health News Source: BBC News - Health , Published: 2022-10-04

Abortion: Western Trust sorry for further delay to early medical service

The Western Trust says it is now working towards restarting its early medical abortion clinic this month.

Health News Source: BBC News - Health , Published: 2022-10-04

Covid inquiry first preliminary hearing begins

The inquiry's first module looks at pandemic preparedness, as campaigners say lessons must be learned.

How To Make Friends As An Adult Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-10-01
Author: Catherine Pearson

How To Make Friends As An Adult

A friendship expert shares strategies for finding connection in a lonely, disconnected world.

Health News Source: BBC News - Health , Published: 2022-09-30

Study offers clues to super-agers' brilliant brains

New research finds a link between larger neurons and exceptional cognitive ability in old age.

Can Smartphones Help Predict Suicide? Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-30
Author: Ellen Barry

Can Smartphones Help Predict Suicide?

A unique research project is tracking hundreds of people at risk for suicide, using data from smartphones and wearable biosensors to identify periods of high danger — and intervene.

This Is Not About Sexy Secretary Role-Play Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-30
Author: Sophia Ortega

This Is Not About Sexy Secretary Role-Play

What my therapist called a manipulative bid for control, I called ‘efficiency activism.’

F.D.A. Moves to Change ‘Healthy’ Food Definition Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-29
Author: Dani Blum

F.D.A. Moves to Change ‘Healthy’ Food Definition

Salmon is in; sugary yogurt is out.

The Challenges of Dating With Chronic Illness Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-28
Author: Fortesa Latifi

The Challenges of Dating With Chronic Illness

Deciding if and how to share health information can leave daters on a tightrope between vulnerability and vigilance.

Health News Source: BBC News - Health , Published: 2022-09-28

Wes Streeting speech: Labour promises face-to-face GP appointments

Shadow health secretary Wes Streeting will set out plans to improve access to GPs in England.

Health News Source: BBC News - Health , Published: 2022-09-28

Covid booster: Who can get another jab this autumn?

Over-50s can get another Covid booster, as can younger people who are at higher risk, and NHS staff.

Health News Source: BBC News - Health , Published: 2022-09-28

Flu and Covid could make this a hard winter for UK

People should prepare for a rampant flu season, say experts, based on what Australia has experienced.

The Gottmans’ New Book Tries to Fix Your Marriage In 7 Days Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-27
Author: Catherine Pearson

The Gottmans’ New Book Tries to Fix Your Marriage In 7 Days

The renowned love researchers have been happily wed for decades. Would following the advice in their new book improve my own relationship?

Covid Vaccines Temporarily Affect Periods, New Study Shows Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-27
Author: Knvul Sheikh

Covid Vaccines Temporarily Affect Periods, New Study Shows

Experts say there is no indication that vaccines affect fertility. Most people’s periods go back to normal within one cycle.

Is Matcha Good for You? Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-27
Author: Annie Sneed

Is Matcha Good for You?

The brightly colored powdered green tea has become popular among health-conscious consumers. Does it have any nutritional benefits?

Monkeypox Appears to Recede, but Risks and Uncertainties Linger Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-26
Author: Apoorva Mandavilli

Monkeypox Appears to Recede, but Risks and Uncertainties Linger

Scientists do not yet know how well the vaccine and the drug used to treat the infection are working. Two new trials will provide answers.

How to Exercise Safely Outside in the Fall and Winter Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-23
Author: Melinda Wenner Moyer

How to Exercise Safely Outside in the Fall and Winter

Here are a few ways to protect yourself from the elements, oncoming traffic and other threats that ramp up in the fall and winter months.

Paxlovid y el coronavirus ‘de rebote’ Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-22
Author: Knvul Sheikh

Paxlovid y el coronavirus ‘de rebote’

Paxlovid y el coronavirus ‘de rebote’

Health News Source: BBC News - Health , Published: 2022-09-21

Many English maternity units not meeting safety standards

More than half of England's maternity units require improvements in safety, BBC analysis finds.

¿Qué es la niebla cerebral y cómo puedo tratarla? Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-20
Author: Knvul Sheikh

¿Qué es la niebla cerebral y cómo puedo tratarla?

Esta disfunción cognitiva incluye olvidos, confusión y agotamiento tiene distintas causas, como la covid, los cambios hormonales y la esclerosis múltiple. Los investigadores empiezan a comprender cómo identificarla y atenderla.

Can Antidepressants Treat Severe PMS? Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-20
Author: Rachel Rabkin Peachman

Can Antidepressants Treat Severe PMS?

Premenstrual dysphoric disorder, or PMDD, is an extreme and often debilitating form of PMS that can be tricky to manage. Here’s what treatments work.

Health News Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-19
Author: Dani Blum

What is E.M.D.R.? Understanding the Trauma Therapy Practice

The once-experimental trauma treatment has become increasingly popular. Here’s how the therapy works.

Alexandra Horowitz Traces ‘The Year of the Puppy’ Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-18
Author: Sarah Lyall

Alexandra Horowitz Traces ‘The Year of the Puppy’

Like many, the canine behavioral expert Alexandra Horowitz adopted a dog during the pandemic. She had extra incentive: understanding a puppy’s development. Now, she’s turned her observations into a book.

Health News Source: BBC News - Health , Published: 2022-09-17

Infected blood transfusions killed 1,820 in UK, study estimates

Study estimates 27,000 people were infected with hepatitis C in UK after surgery in 1970s and 1980s.

¿El CBD sirve para dormir? Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-16
Author: Rachel Rabkin Peachman

¿El CBD sirve para dormir?

Los expertos dicen que las investigaciones al respecto son pocas. Pero hay indicios del modo en que podría ayudarte a conciliar el sueño.

Please Let Me Do More Laundry and Vacuuming! Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-16
Author: Sam Harper

Please Let Me Do More Laundry and Vacuuming!

For decades, I avoided domestic tasks. My failing vision has made me cherish them.

What Parents Should Know About Enterovirus: Symptoms and Risks Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-16
Author: Catherine Pearson

What Parents Should Know About Enterovirus: Symptoms and Risks

The C.D.C. has issued an alert about enterovirus D68, which has been linked to rare, polio-like paralysis.

Go Ahead, Ask for Help. People Are Happy to Give It. Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-15
Author: Catherine Pearson

Go Ahead, Ask for Help. People Are Happy to Give It.

Asking for help can be hard, but new research suggests we underestimate how willing people are to lend a hand.

Gravel Biking is Getting Popular. Here’s How to Start. Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-14
Author: Hannah Singleton

Gravel Biking is Getting Popular. Here’s How to Start.

A faster bicycle design with thicker tires is allowing cyclists to explore America’s 2.2 million miles of Here’s what you need to know about this new sport.

Do Food Sensitivity Tests Work? Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-13
Author: Alice Callahan

Do Food Sensitivity Tests Work?

Food sensitivity tests are becoming increasingly popular. Here’s what the experts want you to know.

What Is Brain Fog and How Can I Treat It? Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-13
Author: Knvul Sheikh

What Is Brain Fog and How Can I Treat It?

Researchers are just beginning to understand the cognitive dysfunction that some people experience with Covid-19 and a range of other health issues.

Lymphatic Drainage: Does it Work? And How to Do It Yourself Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-12
Author: Hannah Seo

Lymphatic Drainage: Does it Work? And How to Do It Yourself

These wellness practices — which center on one invisible network of vessels and nodes — have soared in popularity in recent years. Should you try them?

Health News Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-12
Author: Joshua Needelman

How Family and Friends Helped Get Me Through the Pandemic

As Covid raged, many Americans hunkered down with family members and relied on friends — and some came away with deepened relationships. Here are a few of their stories.

Health News Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-12
Author: Rachel Fairbank

How to Prevent Common Exercise Injuries

Here are the four exercises you’re most at risk of doing wrong — and how to prevent the missteps that lead to injury.

Can you get reinfected with monkeypox? Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-09
Author: Knvul Sheikh

Can you get reinfected with monkeypox?

Experts weigh in on how long immunity lasts after an infection — or vaccination.

Can Exercise Strengthen Your Immunity? Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-07
Author: Knvul Sheikh

Can Exercise Strengthen Your Immunity?

Recent research suggests that people who work out have stronger resistance to infectious diseases — including Covid — but experts say the findings need to be tested further.

Why Won’t My Boyfriend Skip Family Vacations to Travel With Me? Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-07
Author: Philip Galanes

Why Won’t My Boyfriend Skip Family Vacations to Travel With Me?

A reader wants to get away with her boyfriend, but most of his vacation time is spent on costly vacations with his wealthy parents — trips she can’t afford to go on herself.

As Serena Williams Plays Her Final Matches, a Generation Looks On Source: The New York Times , Published: 2022-09-02
Author: Alisha Haridasani Gupta

As Serena Williams Plays Her Final Matches, a Generation Looks On

Women across the country have seen their own lives reflected in the triumphs and trials of the tennis superstar. Cue the swell of emotion.


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