Tackling Cancer Anxiety – The New York Times

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Scandals Catch Up to Private Chinese Hospitals, After Fortunes Are Made

A nationwide scandal erupted after his death. The Putian network became the emblem of unfettered …

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What to Know About Getting a Flu Shot This Year, No Matter Who’s Paying

How effective are flu shots? Effectiveness varies each year. Because it takes at least six …

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Data-Driven Medicine Will Help People — But Can It Do So Equally?

The promise of data-driven medicine is clear. Using the latest analytical techniques can lead to …

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Diet, Not Age, May Account for Rising Blood Pressure

Image Cardiologists are generally convinced that blood pressure inevitably increases with age. Now a new …

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Naomi Breslau, Who Studied Post-Traumatic Stress, Dies at 86

Dr. Breslau also conducted extensive research involving smoking. Her long-range studies among young smokers showed …

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There’s a Stress Gap Between Men and Women. Here’s Why It’s Important.

Surface acting is a prime example of “emotional labor,” a concept that the writer Jess …

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The Future of Health and Fitness Coaching

Hi, I’m John Berardi, co-founder of Precision Nutrition. Over the last 15 years my team …

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Inspirational and effective OR demoralizing and unethical?

Before and after photos are a staple in health and fitness. They’ve been used to …

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5 steps to helping more people, getting better results, and living + working on your own terms.

Most people working in health and fitness want to take on more clients while still …

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