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What Survivors of Gun Violence Need
It's not just the physical injuries that affect survivors of gun violence. Anxiety, depression and neighborhood safety also play roles.
Your Smartwatch Knows More than You Think
Your activity tracker can tell you about more than how many steps you've taken. It can trace how well you are handling life's ups and downs.
Feed Your Hippocampus, Feed Your Memory
Flavanols, found in fruits, vegetables and cocoa, help keep the brain sharp. Overcoming a deficiency of these nutrients improved recall.
New Guidance on Breast Density and Cancer Risk
It's not just breast density that predicts a greater risk of breast cancer. Something else is at work and it's changing doctors' guidelines.
A Good Diet Could Make It Easier to Get Fit
A healthy diet is good for cardiovascular health. It might also make it easier for you to get fit, thanks to the metabolites it produces.
"It Gets Easier"
First-generation and students of color may feel they don’t fit in at college. A social-belonging program helps freshmen stay in school.
Exercise Improves Recovery from Stroke
Strokes can produce weakness or paralysis in various parts of the body. Exercise helps stroke patients recover function faster and better.
It's Tick -- and Lyme Disease -- Season Again
Warmer weather means more time outdoors and exposure to ticks. Researchers offer tips for avoiding these tiny, blood-thirsty predators.
A Matter of Perspective
Not all selfies are about vanity. The photographer’s reason for taking a photo has a lot to do with the point of view they choose.
Kids Who Self-Harm
Self-harm encompasses a wide range of behaviors. Some are temporary; some are lethal. It helps to understand which kids are most at risk.
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