Health Law Could Be Hard to Knock Down Despite Judge’s Ruling

He and others pointed to the fact that even though Congress erased the tax penalty, …

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What Is Talc, Where Is It Used and Why Is Asbestos a Concern?

Nearly 12,000 women have sued Johnson & Johnson, with most claiming the talc in its …

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Albinism Strips Pigment From the Body, Including the Eyes

Q. Why do albino humans and animals have red eyes? A. Eyes are not actually …

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Is Eating Deli Meats Really That Bad for You?

There is some evidence suggesting an association between processed meat and stomach cancer. And a …

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Weekly Health Quiz: Vegetables, Sleep and the Best Exercise to Age Well

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Breast Cancer Risk May Rise After Childbirth, but Is Still Low

Compared with women who have never given birth, those who recently had babies may have …

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Despair, Love and Loss: A Journey Inside West Virginia’s Opioid Crisis

People suffering from drug addiction are commonly depicted at their most vulnerable — nameless refugees …

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When Investigative Reporting Means Seeking Access to a Subject’s Mind

Times Insider delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how news, features and opinion come together at The …

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U.S. Diplomats With Mysterious Illness in Cuba Had Inner-Ear Damage, Doctors Say

MIAMI — The American government employees in Cuba who suffered mystifying symptoms — dizziness, insomnia, …

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Women With Heart Emergencies Less Likely to Get Proper Care

Image Women with cardiac emergencies are less likely than men to receive proper treatment when …

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