We’re Bad at Evaluating Risk. How Doctors Can Help.Yesterday
What to do when we don’t know what to do.
The Game Our Kids Can’t Stop PlayingYesterday
What games do you like for kids? We found this one on a stoop the other day, and the boys have now played it 946,255,308 times.… Read more
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Ask Well: How Can Oats, Which Don’t Contain Gluten, Be Labeled ‘Gluten Free’?3 days ago
Oats, water, even sneakers may be advertised as “gluten-free.”
A Reverse Bucket List3 days ago
What would you add?
P.S. Risks worth taking, and lovely, nameless feelings.
(Illustration by the lovely Mari Andrew.)… Read more
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Morning People May Live Longer Than Night Owls5 days ago
Compared with “definite morning” types, “definite evening” types had a 10 percent increased risk of dying over a six-and-a-half-year study period.
Fluffy Double Chocolate Cake5 days ago
Chocolate lovers (everybody?), this one’s for you. Today, we’re kicking off a month of easy desserts with this decadent vegan cake made with coffee and coconut cream.… Read more
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10 Adorable Kids’ Tees8 days ago
What’s cuter than a little T-shirt? A little kid in that little T-shirt! Here are a few fun styles (that shark one)…
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Trilobites: He Ate the World’s Hottest Pepper, Then Landed in the Hospital With ‘Thunderclap’ Headaches8 days ago
After eating the Carolina Reaper during a contest, an unidentified patient suffered headaches so severe he was hospitalized. The symptoms resembled those of a stroke.
Registries That Should Exist10 days ago
We feature an illustration by the wonderful Mari Andrew every Friday morning. Here’s today’s.
P.S. A fresh perspective and how to feel productive. … Read more
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Surgery Lit by Cellphone: Togo Doctors Strike Over Deplorable Hospitals10 days ago
To protest overcrowded and undersupplied hospitals, health care workers in the West African nation are staging walkouts, adding their voices to a growing swell of political opposition.