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The New York Times: Health

Trilobites: Your Spit Might Help You Learn to Eat Your Greens

Trilobites: Your Spit Might Help You Learn to Eat Your Greens

Researchers have found that people repeatedly exposed to bitter tastes, like that of kale, change the composition of their saliva to render bitter flavors less so.
The Secret to Keeping Black Men Healthy? Maybe Black Doctors

The Secret to Keeping Black Men Healthy? Maybe Black Doctors

Dr. ChaRandle Jordan was one of the doctors who participated in the study. “It’s something they don’t teach you in medical school -- taking that extra step because you appreciate there have been
The New Health Care: This Drug Is Safe and Effective. Wait. Compared With What?

The New Health Care: This Drug Is Safe and Effective. Wait. Compared With What?

Which drug is better in a particular situation, for a specific patient? Comparative effectiveness trials help answer such questions.
The Treatment Gap: This E.R. Treats Opioid Addiction on Demand. That’s Very Rare.

The Treatment Gap: This E.R. Treats Opioid Addiction on Demand. That’s Very Rare.

Dr. Andrew Herring of Highland Hospital in Oakland, Calif., left, gave a dose of buprenorphine, a drug that eases the symptoms of opioid withdrawal, to a homeless man who collected cans to pay for bus
In San Francisco, Opioid Addiction Treatment Offered on the Streets

In San Francisco, Opioid Addiction Treatment Offered on the Streets

Dr. Barry Zevin, center, with Mark Farrell, the former mayor of San Francisco, left, and Chris Ruffino, a substance abuse counselor, when they announced the city’s street treatment program in May.
The New Old Age: A Retirement Community Turned Away These Married Women

The New Old Age: A Retirement Community Turned Away These Married Women

Mary Walsh, left, and her wife, Beverly Nance, were denied admission to Friendship Village outside St. Louis. “This is not right," Ms. Walsh said. "They shouldn’t be able to do this.”
F.D.A. Approves Generic EpiPen That May Be Cheaper

F.D.A. Approves Generic EpiPen That May Be Cheaper

Teva Pharmaceuticals won approval to market a generic version of Mylan’s EpiPen auto-injector, a step that consumers hope will drive down prices for the products.
How Karate Helped an Aging Expert Age Better

How Karate Helped an Aging Expert Age Better

Dr. Kirk Daffner practices his karate moves as his mentor, George Gonis, looks on.
Report Finds Traces of a Controversial Herbicide in Cheerios and Quaker Oats

Report Finds Traces of a Controversial Herbicide in Cheerios and Quaker Oats

Glyphosate is a popular weedkiller used on crops worldwide, but it has been at the center of a debate over its presence in foods. A new report found traces in Cheerios, Quaker Oats and other breakfast

Bleak New Estimates in Drug Epidemic: A Record 72,000 Overdose Deaths in 2017

Fentanyl is a big culprit, but there are also encouraging signs from states that have prioritized public health campaigns and addiction treatment.
For Online Daters, Women Peak at 18 While Men Peak at 50, Study Finds. Oy.

For Online Daters, Women Peak at 18 While Men Peak at 50, Study Finds. Oy.

Pablo Picasso on the French Riviera in 1940. He began a relationship with Marie-Thérèse Walter in the 1920s, when she was a teenager.
Black Boys Feel Less Safe in White Neighborhoods, Study Shows

Black Boys Feel Less Safe in White Neighborhoods, Study Shows

The New York Police Department’s 69th Precinct station in Brooklyn. A new study found that African-American boys feel less safe in neighborhoods that are whiter than the ones they ordinarily inhabit.