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2018-08-10 19:23A Conversation With: Maria Konnikova Shows Her Cards
The well regarded science writer took up poker while researching a book. Now she’s on the professional circuit.
New York Times - Health
2018-08-10 18:15Travelling around London with autism
Claire Lindsey on what it's like to use public transport when you have an invisible impairment like autism
BBC News Health
2018-08-10 16:54As Catholic Hospitals Expand, So Do Limits on Some Procedures
Many religious health care institutions do not make it clear up front what procedures they won’t perform, a New York Times analysis shows.
New York Times - Health
2018-08-10 16:15Women With Asthma More Likely to Develop COPD
More than 4 in 10 women with asthma developed chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and heavy smoking and obesity were among the significant risk factors, a new study found.
WebMD
2018-08-10 16:15Early Onset Type 1 Diabetes Tied to Heart Disease
Compared with the control group, life expectancy averaged 16 years less for people diagnosed with diabetes before age 10. Those diagnosed at an older age died, on average, 10 years earlier than people without diabetes.
WebMD
2018-08-10 13:00Corner Office: Paula Schneider on Running American Apparel and Fighting Cancer
A breast cancer survivor who ran one of the most notorious brands in fashion is now C.E.O. of Susan G. Komen, working to raise money for a cure.
New York Times - Health
2018-08-10 11:02Ask Well: Can You Screen for Early Pancreatic Cancer?
Pancreatic cancer is best treated at the earliest stages, but it is hard to detect.
New York Times - Health
2018-08-10 11:00Nonfiction: Going Solo: An Author Chooses — and Celebrates — Life Without a Partner or Kids
Glynnis MacNicol’s smart, pithy memoir, “No One Tells You This,” celebrates women who buck cultural norms.
New York Times - Health
2018-08-10 03:55Getting Kids to Eat More Vegetables
Plates illustrated with pictures of vegetables spurred children to eat more of them.
New York Times - Health
2018-08-10 03:26Meet the 'end-of-life doulas' guiding people to their death
Terminally ill people are seeking out end-of-life doulas to prepare them and their families for death.
BBC News Health
2018-08-10 03:22How smallpox claimed its final victim
How did British medical worker Janet Parker become the world's last victim of smallpox?
BBC News Health
2018-08-10 00:15New Dads Can Get the Baby Blues, Too
New research confirms that roughly 10 percent of new dads experience postpartum depression, and up to 18 percent have some type of anxiety disorder after the birth of a child.
WebMD
2018-08-09 23:39Court Orders E.P.A. to Ban Chlorpyrifos, Pesticide Tied to Children’s Health Problems
The ruling by a federal appeals court was a major setback for the pesticide industry, which had successfully lobbied the Trump administration to reject a ban.
New York Times - Health
2018-08-09 23:18Food Quality Trumps Variety, Experts Say
People whose diets contained the greatest variety of foods tended to eat many nutritious foods, but also many junk foods.
New York Times - Health
2018-08-09 20:31Boxers or Briefs? It May Depend on Your Fertility Goals
Sperm count and concentration were higher in men who wore boxers versus tighter underwear styles.
New York Times - Health
2018-08-09 20:15Prenatal Vitamin D Pills Won't Boost Baby's Growth
Using vitamin D supplements while a woman was pregnant or after her child was born didn't help the baby grow, a new Canadian study found.
WebMD
2018-08-09 20:15Brain Evolution May Play Role in Mental Illnesses
Illnesses such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder may be the result of changes in the human brain that took place during evolution, new research suggests.
WebMD
2018-08-09 19:21Rites of Passage: My Voice Got Deeper. Suddenly, People Listened.
My feminist mother taught me to speak up. Now, as a trans man, I am trying to make space for women to be heard.
New York Times - Health
2018-08-09 18:43Gel and acrylic nails allergy warning
When applied at home or by untrained nail technicians, reactions can occur, skin experts say.
BBC News Health
2018-08-09 18:20The unpleasant reason men navigate better than women
Scientists show innate ability is not the explanation for men navigating better than women.
BBC News Health

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