New York Times Fitness & Nutrition
Moral injury resembles post-traumatic stress disorder with an added burden of guilt, and requires different treatment.
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.
Readers solve the case of a previously healthy 67-year-old gardener who is too exhausted and feverish to garden.
At 97, Tao Porchon-Lynch is still teaching yoga, enjoying wine, driving and entering dance contests.
After my 30-year-old husband had a stroke, I wondered: Had I really needed to revel in my good fortune, gloating before the gods?
A reader asks: Why do mosquito bites itch?
The community rallied around Kanku-Dai Zanshin Dojo, donating space and equipment, before it reopened at its new location in Brooklyn.
Test your knowledge of this week’s health news.
A video uses mesmerizing imagery to explore cancer treatment, the fear of death and the hope for a cure.
Women with migraines were more likely to have heart attacks and strokes than women who didn’t have the painful headaches.
What is wrong with a lively 67-year-old gardener who develops a daily fever and shaking chills along with chest pain and a dry cough?
When a troubled school taught students Transcendental Meditation, suspensions dropped and attendance and students’ grade point averages rose.
In his new book, “On Being Raped,” Raymond M. Douglas writes publicly for the first time about being brutally beaten and raped at the age of 18 by a familiar parish priest.
The incident of the gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo is a reminder that closed doors and barred gates are like beacons to some kids, just waiting to be breached or climbed.
One of the biggest problems we face as oncologists is that we often can’t figure out what our patients would like to know about their prognosis. Even when we ask.
A weekly routine of yoga and meditation may help to stave off aging-related mental decline, according to a study of older adults with memory problems.
I know that admitting to my behavior and owning my story is the only way it can no longer own me.
Blurred or double vision as well as burning, itching, dryness and redness can interfere with work performance.