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NY Times: Well Blog

For Babies, Solid Food at 3 Months May Lead to Sounder Sleep

Babies who got solid food early were sleeping 17 minutes longer per night than those that had breast-fed through 6 months of age.

A Puppy as a Starter Kid

Our parenting style created an entitled, unsociable and disobedient individual. Whatever we had done with our dog, we had to do the exact opposite with our twins.

For 13 Days, I Believed Him

Can a relationship built on lies ultimately be good for you?

Taking Back My Eyebrows

They were the topic of many conversations about my heritage — and the bane of my existence. But when I decided to embrace my brows, they became my secret weapon.

Wait, What Did You Just Say About Jews?

A bank teller’s derogatory remark leaves a reader wondering whether to speak up or wait for it to happen to someone else.

A Gay Wedding Is a Wedding. Just a Wedding.

There are some things you shouldn’t say or do, and some you should, when attending the wedding of a same-sex couple.

How Karate Helped an Aging Expert Age Better

The ancient Greek karate style known as pankration offers time-tested lessons on aging well.

How Your Brain Morphs Stressful Family Vacations Into Pleasant Memories

There may be a lot of bickering, but your memory creates a nostalgia-inducing highlight reel that makes you want to plan the next trip.

Any Weight Loss Can Be Healthful, but More Can Be Much Better

Overweight people who lost 5 to 10 percent of their weight lowered their risk for metabolic syndrome by 22 percent. Those who lost 20 percent cut their risk by over 50 percent.

Listen: Awkwafina Reads ‘Single Woman Seeking Manwich’

The actor and rapper, now in “Crazy Rich Asians,” tells a story about the often dismal online dating scene.

Singing With My Grandbaby

Researchers say that singing is among the most meaningful activities we share with children.

How Can I Cure My White Guilt?

The thing about privilege is that it can be used for good.

Ask Us Your Questions About Running

Robin Arzón is a certified running coach, personal trainer, fitness advocate and author of “Shut Up and Run.” She’s teaming up with our editors to answer your questions about all things running.

How Body Type May Determine Runners’ and Swimmers’ Destinies

Among elite runners, sprinters and marathoners look as if they could be different species. Not so for swimmers.

My Patient’s Sisters

It was vividly clear, in every touch and gaze, that a patient’s family had made the right decision.

Inducing Labor at 39 Weeks May Offer Benefits

First-time mothers who had labor induced at 39 weeks were less likely to need C-sections.

With Short, Intense Sessions, Some Patients Finish Therapy in Just Weeks

The new psychological approach targets anxiety, PTSD and other mental disorders. Fewer people drop out with short-term treatment, and relief is quicker.