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New York Times - Health - Tue, 07/19/2016 - 00:37

Readers react to articles in Science Times.

Survivor Finishes First Race Since Boston Bombings

Runner's World Headlines - Mon, 07/18/2016 - 16:12

Jeff Bauman crosses the finish line pushing the man who came to his aid.

Paying Farmers to Go Organic, Even Before the Crops Come In

New York Times - Health - Mon, 07/18/2016 - 15:45

Demand for organic crops so outstrips the supply that some food brands are underwriting farmers’ arduous and costly transition to organic production.

After a Man Tried to Body Shame a Runner, Her Response Goes Viral

Runner's World Headlines - Mon, 07/18/2016 - 14:20

Michelle Kirk was pushing her daughter in a stroller when she received some crude advice.

Molly Ludlow, Katie Mackey Rebound in Monaco Following Olympic Trials

Runner's World Headlines - Mon, 07/18/2016 - 13:00

Americans who fell short of making Team USA are setting personal bests in Europe.

Famous Running Mom and Her 9-Month-Old Smash Stroller Half Marathon Record

Runner's World Headlines - Mon, 07/18/2016 - 12:50

Julia Webb, wife of American mile record holder Alan Webb, kept up a speedy pace for 13.1.

What Is a Constant Cycle of Violent News Doing to Us?

New York Times - Health - Mon, 07/18/2016 - 12:39

Nothing good. Experts suggested limiting your exposure to violent imagery and social media.

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Runner's World Headlines - Mon, 07/18/2016 - 12:08

Race-day perks to help you run your best race in the Windy City.

4 Ways Running is Best for Weight Loss

Runner's World Headlines - Mon, 07/18/2016 - 10:43

Looking to get fit? Here's why you should be running.

Trilobites: Why Jet Lag Can Feel Worse When You Travel From West to East

New York Times - Health - Mon, 07/18/2016 - 10:06

Researchers produced a mathematical model of certain brain cells to help explain why travel’s toll on fliers feels more severe in one direction than the other.

Well: A Pediatrician’s View on Gun Violence and Children

New York Times - Health - Mon, 07/18/2016 - 09:00

Pediatricians view guns and violence as a public health issue, which means talking to parents about how to keep their children safe, and looking for strategies — technological, behavioral and legal — to make everyone safer.

Is Racing Fun?

Runner's World Headlines - Mon, 07/18/2016 - 08:05

The answer isn’t yes, but it’s not no either.

Matter: Fecal Transplants Can Be Life-Saving, but How?

New York Times - Health - Mon, 07/18/2016 - 06:48

Fecal transplants have proved effective against a bacterial infection. But scientists still have a lot to learn.

Dehydration and Cognitive Function

Runner's World Headlines - Mon, 07/18/2016 - 05:19

Does getting thirsty make you dumber?

Well: The Narcissist Next Door

New York Times - Health - Mon, 07/18/2016 - 04:45

Know anyone who is highly competitive, and portrays himself as a winner and all others as losers?

Twist in Zika Outbreak: New York Case Shows Women Can Spread It to Men

New York Times - Health - Sat, 07/16/2016 - 13:52

The evidence widens the pool of those at risk from the virus, which had been thought to pass only from men to women or between two men during sex.

National Health Spending to Surpass $10,000 a Person in 2016

New York Times - Health - Sat, 07/16/2016 - 07:00

The Obama administration on Wednesday noted the milestone after years of slow growth and said health care would account for 20 percent of the economy by 2025.

The Curious Case of the Fainting Models

New York Times - Health - Sat, 07/16/2016 - 05:00

Healthy young men and women, hired specifically for their freakish physical gifts, can sometimes pass out at a fashion show. What gives?

Dr. Alfred G. Knudson, the ‘Mendel of Cancer Genetics,’ Dies at 93

New York Times - Health - Fri, 07/15/2016 - 23:47

A 1971 theory on the inheritable nature of retinoblastoma in children, proved in 1986, is credited with helping advance the framework of how cancers are studied.

Makers of Humira and Enbrel Using New Drug Patents to Delay Generic Versions

New York Times - Health - Fri, 07/15/2016 - 23:27

Six years after the Affordable Care Act cleared the way for biosimilars, as the generic versions of biotechnology drugs are called, progress has been slow.

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