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The Health Toll of Immigration
5/18/2013 5:28 PM
A growing body of mortality research on immigrants has shown that the longer they live in the United States, the worse their rates of heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes.
Big City: Christine Quinn’s Cloudy Revelation
5/18/2013 12:47 AM
Christine C. Quinn’s recent disclosure that she had suffered from bulimia in her 20s was part of an effort to deepen her image with voters, but the effect is unclear.
Well: Focaccia Recipes for Health
5/17/2013 2:57 PM
This week, the Recipes for Health columnist Martha Rose Shulman experiments with focaccia, an alternative to pizza that makes a great lunch, snack or sandwich.
Ask Well: Coated vs. Uncoated Aspirin
5/17/2013 11:09 AM
If you take coated aspirin and have concerns about its absorption, you are better off crushing the tablets than splitting them. But uncoated aspirin may be the best, most cost-effective option.
Well: Safety: Smoke in Nonsmoking Hotel Rooms
5/17/2013 9:43 AM
Staying in a nonsmoking room in a hotel that allows smoking elsewhere does not prevent exposure to tobacco smoke, a new study reports.
Well: Life, Interrupted: Getting Away
5/17/2013 8:30 AM
One of the hardest parts about developing leukemia at age 22 was how restrictive it was: My treatments left me highly susceptible to infection, airplanes were strictly off limits and even a trip to my neighborhood bodega required a protective face mask.
Well: Seeking Calm on the Cancer Ward
5/16/2013 2:14 PM
We joke with our patients that we love boring — it is, in fact, a medical ideal that our patients complain of nothing more than ennui on a daily basis. But the psychological mettle it takes to endure leukemia treatment is remarkable, and there’s little that can prepare a person for it.
Urban Athlete: Exercise Class, Obedience Not Required
5/16/2013 12:48 PM
In a new class in Brooklyn, dogs and their owners can work out and play together.
Well: Running With the Hansons Method
5/16/2013 12:39 PM
When I got to the marathon starting line earlier this month, I knew that my 18 weeks of training would come down to the next five hours. That training? Some would say unconventional, even controversial.
Well: My Stroke of Luck
5/15/2013 4:09 PM
Andrew C. Revkin, an environmental journalist, shares what he learned after a stroke forced him to interrupt his nonstop career.
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