Health and Nutrition

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Don’t feel bad if you’d rather skip it. Studies have not proved its importance.

Because of an F.D.A. labeling change, many consumers will learn that added sugars are in many products generally thought to be healthy.

Is a tax on sugar-sweetened beverages an admirable way to improve public health, or a regressive measure that hurts the poor? The left is divided.

Old but only recently published research increases a concern that when it comes to nutrition, personal beliefs can trump science.

Firms promise to help consumers spot metabolic red flags. Critics say the services persuade healthy people to seek unneeded treatment.

Everyone can tell when I’m behind. Every visit is pared to essentials. Paperwork is postponed, chatting minimized.

Those who developed breasts younger than their peers had a higher risk of depression, a new study found.

Moral injury resembles post-traumatic stress disorder with an added burden of guilt, and requires different treatment.

Readers solve the case of a previously healthy 67-year-old gardener who is too exhausted and feverish to garden.

The New York Times is offering a free mobile app for the popular Scientific 7-Minute Workout and the new Advanced 7-minute Workout.

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