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The New York Times: Health

Doctors: Grief as My Guide: How My Sister Made Me a Better Doctor

Doctors: Grief as My Guide: How My Sister Made Me a Better Doctor

The author’s sister, Victoria Amy Stern Whelan, having her head shaved during cancer treatment.
When Hospitals Merge to Save Money, Patients Often Pay More

When Hospitals Merge to Save Money, Patients Often Pay More

Jennifer Lamptey, a radiologic technologist, adjusting a CT scan at the Saint Raphael campus of Yale New Haven Hospital, part of a bigger system set to control a quarter of Connecticut’s hospital
Doctors Revolt After N.R.A. Tells Them to ‘Stay in Their Lane’ on Gun Policy

Doctors Revolt After N.R.A. Tells Them to ‘Stay in Their Lane’ on Gun Policy

Doctors described gruesome stories of treating victims of gun violence in response to a tweet by the National Rifle Association that scolded “anti-gun doctors.”
Juul Will Suspend Selling Most E-Cigarette Flavors in Stores and Halt Social Media Promotions

Juul Will Suspend Selling Most E-Cigarette Flavors in Stores and Halt Social Media Promotions

More than three million middle and high school students reported using e-cigarettes in 2017, according to preliminary government data, with about one-third saying the flavors were a big factor in
Papua New Guinea Is Rich in Resources but Poor in Health

Papua New Guinea Is Rich in Resources but Poor in Health

A mother and her baby at a health clinic where polio vaccines were administered to children in Lae, Papua New Guinea, in July. Vaccination rates are down to 30 percent in some parts of the country.
Run a Marathon. Then, Quickly, Another.

Run a Marathon. Then, Quickly, Another.

Runners enter the Bronx in the New York City Marathon on Nov. 4.
The Checkup: The War to End All Measles

The Checkup: The War to End All Measles

Members of the ambulance training corps in Allentown, Pa., during World War I, a time when vaccinations were very limited.
In China, Desperate Patients Smuggle Drugs. Or Make Their Own.

In China, Desperate Patients Smuggle Drugs. Or Make Their Own.

Zhang Zhejun, a salesmen in Hebei, China, made his own drugs from ingredients purchased online to give to his mother, who suffered from lung cancer.
The Chemists’ War

The Chemists’ War

At the American University Experiment Station near the Dalecarlia Reservoir in Maryland, soldiers tested gas masks in a “man-test” laboratory.
F.D.A. Plans to Seek a Ban on Menthol Cigarettes

F.D.A. Plans to Seek a Ban on Menthol Cigarettes

As part of its campaign against flavored e-cigarettes and nicotine addiction, the Food and Drug Administration plans to seek a ban on sales of menthol cigarettes. It’s a measure long sought by health
At War: What Stereotypes Do You See Around Veterans and PTSD?

At War: What Stereotypes Do You See Around Veterans and PTSD?

An American soldier in an armored vehicle in the village of Darbasiyah, Syria, in 2017.
The New Old Age: Dementia Is Getting Some Very Public Faces

The New Old Age: Dementia Is Getting Some Very Public Faces

Sandra Day O'Connor retired from public life earlier this year, announcing that she had dementia — a rare public acknowledgement.
F.D.A. Plans to Ban Most Flavored E-Cigarette Sales in Stores

F.D.A. Plans to Ban Most Flavored E-Cigarette Sales in Stores

Young vape users walking in the East Village of Manhattan. Alarmed by a huge increase in vaping among minors, the F.D.A. is expected to impose limits on the sale of most flavored e-cigarettes.
Matter: Crossing From Asia, the First Americans Rushed Into the Unknown

Matter: Crossing From Asia, the First Americans Rushed Into the Unknown

Excavation of a skeleton approximately 9,600 years old in a rock shelter in Brazil. New DNA analyses show the earliest known Americans split into distinct groups after they crossed a land bridge from