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How to Make Time with Family and Loved Ones Count

We get it, we’re all busy. But real, meaningful relationships thrive when they’re face-to-face. Here’s how to make time for them.

Listen: André Holland Reads ‘My Wife Said You May Want to Marry Me’

This week, the Modern Love podcast presents Jason B. Rosenthal’s response to his wife’s popular essay.

Inflammation in Midlife May Lead to Memory Problems

The greater the number of inflammatory factors, the steeper the cognitive decline over 20 years of follow-up

Exercise May Help to Fend Off Depression

Jogging for 15 minutes a day, or walking or gardening for somewhat longer, could help protect people against developing depression.

The Value of Childhood Crushes

Don’t diminish them as “puppy love,” experts say.

What’s on Your Car? Winter Tires, We Hope

All-season tires can indeed be driven all year, but for maximum control and safety, there’s no substitute for tires that provide strong traction in snow. Here’s why you need them.

What You and Your Family Need to Know About Maternal Depression

A government panel’s new recommendations could bring hope to many women at risk for the condition. Here is what the group said and how you can use the information.

Tiny Love Stories: ‘Feeling Hopeless About Marriage. On Valentine’s Day! ’

Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.

A 20-Minute Exercise You Can Do Anywhere

Our wellness columnist tries out Transcendental Meditation.

Eating Processed Foods Tied to Shorter Life

Foods like instant noodles and soups, breakfast cereals and chicken nuggets were associated with an earlier death.

A Distant Husband Becomes Caretaker and Falls Madly in Love Again

“I felt humility for the first time in my life,” he said, “my heart and soul opened up, and I could just feel that the special connection we once had was back again.”

Why Do South Asians Have Such High Rates of Heart Disease?

“We all have someone in our first-degree circle that has either died suddenly or had premature cardiovascular disease,” said one researcher.

Need a Breath of Fresh Air? Hotels to the Rescue

More hotels are adding air purifiers and filters to their guest rooms, either because the outside air is prone to smoke or pollution, or because guests demand them for health reasons.

How to Help Teens Weather Their Emotional Storms

A D.I.Y. snow globe full of glitter is an apt metaphor for the emotional chaos of the adolescent brain.

The Best Exercises to Prevent Falls

Activities that required standing up rather than sitting, such as tai chi, were the most effective.

Everywhere in the Animal Kingdom, Followers of the Milky Way

As scientists learn more about milk’s evolution and compositional variations, they are redefining what used to be a signature characteristic of mammals.

Supplement Makers Touting Cures for Alzheimer’s and Other Diseases Get F.D.A. Warning

The agency warned 12 dietary supplement companies to stop marketing such products for disease treatments, and called for tougher regulation of the $40 billon industry.

Sometimes, Parenting Is Boring

Taking care of a young child can be the most fascinating thing in the world, but there are times, let’s face it, when it is not.

A New Treatment for a Painful Penis Curvature

Encouraging men to seek help for Peyronie’s disease, a condition that can make sex difficult.

Disconnecting Calories From Exercise

Running as punishment for indulging, especially on vacation or at holidays, takes the fun out of both eating and running.