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NYT Health 36m
Ways to stay healthy amid the smog and smoke in California: air purifiers, masks and no outdoor exercise
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Patients with advanced cancer are increasingly living for years, not just months. Immunotherapy accounts for much of the progress. But it doesn't help everyone, side effects can be ferocious, and so can the cost.
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Patients with advanced cancer are increasingly living for years, not just months. Immunotherapy accounts for much of the progress. But it doesn't help everyone, side effects can be ferocious, and so can the cost.
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“The field is desperate, and we all want something to work,”
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Diet and exercise to lose weight? "If only it were that easy."
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The school has one of the highest rates of religious exemptions for vaccination in the state
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So far, the promise of biological psychiatry has yet to be realized. But that failure offers valuable guideposts for the next 40 years of research.
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Paula Span 6h
Over the river & through the woods to ... which grandmother's house? My latest Generation Grandparent column looks at families with six, seven, eight grandparents.
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NYT Health 3h
Malaria deaths dropped rapidly for 10 years, but progress has now stalled, the W.H.O. said.
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Do not eat romaine lettuce, the C.D.C. says. If you have it, throw it out.
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NYT Health 4h
Women hold just 30 percent of senior faculty positions in colleges in the United States.
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A few diseases, like H.I.V., so far have outwitted both the immune system and scientists.
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NYT Health 4h
The scientific establishment has become increasingly open to new theories about the underpinnings of Alzheimer’s
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Map: A mesmerizing view into how the smoke plume from the California fires has evolved over the past four days.
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Weight loss isn't just about willpower. It's also about genetics.
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It takes 10 years and more than $1 billion to develop a vaccine — a small fortune for a medical advance but a pittance for a weapons system.
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NYT Health 5h
The oldest human lived to be 122. One day, perhaps most of us will live to 115 -- and will regret it.
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"The big problem in science is not cheaters or opportunists, but sincere researchers who have unfortunately been trained to think that every statistically “significant” result is notable."
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Not long ago, the idea of harnessing the immune system to fight cancer was regarded as a pipedream. Most researchers had given up on it. But this year it won a Nobel prize, and it has led to treatments that are revolutionizing cancer care.
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NYT Health 10h
The school has one of the highest rates of religious exemptions for vaccination in the state
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