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NY Times: Well Blog: news on page 6

When the Bully Is the Boss

Managers who aggressively “demand” excellence from their employees won’t necessarily produce it, researchers say.

T’s Wellness Guide to Paris

A shortlist of places to find gua sha facials, adaptogen-fuelled lattes — and, yes, even natural wines.

CBD Is Everywhere, but Scientists Still Don’t Know Much About It

“It is a kind of a new snake oil in the sense that there are a lot of claims and not so much evidence,” said one expert.

Falls Can Kill You. Here’s How to Minimize the Risk.

Falls are the leading cause of fatal and nonfatal injuries among older adults. Every 19 minutes in this country, an older person dies from a fall.

The Challenges of a Child’s Report Card

When report cards were sent out on Fridays, child maltreatment seemed to increase on the Saturdays immediately following.

When an Injury Sidelines a Runner

For nearly 13 years of running, I had avoided the dreaded walking boot. That streak ended last week.

We Love to Be Smushed

Heavy bedding is everywhere. Does it work?

Pinterest Restricts Vaccine Search Results to Curb Spread of Misinformation

The digital platform is grappling with the proliferation of anti-vaccination content online, a problem also faced by Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.

How to Stay Fresh on Long Trips

Just because you have a 12-hour flight doesn’t mean you have to leave the plane smelling like it. Whether it’s a flight, train ride or bus trip, these tips will keep you smelling fresh on those long,

Trump Administration Blocks Funds for Planned Parenthood and Others Over Abortion Referrals

The new rule would steer federal family planning funds under Title X to anti-abortion and faith based groups.

Seeing My Heritage Through My Grandmother’s Eyes

Roots that have been planted in faraway places shape an identity, a curiosity and a desire to know more about who you are.

How Bibliophiles Flirt

They loved each other, but she harbored a shameful secret: She had stopped reading books.

Honey, That’s Not Why Your Dad Left

What to do when you learn that the story your husband has told himself for years is untrue? Tell him, our advice columnist says.

Sepsis Is a Common Cause of Hospital Deaths

If you are concerned a loved one may have sepsis, seek care immediately, and ask the doctor, “Could it be sepsis?”

What to Do When a Doctor’s Visit Is the Cause of Pain?

Tips for dealing with pelvic pain during an OB-GYN exam.

What’s Covered Under Medicare? A New App May Leave You Still Wondering

The “What’s Covered” app from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services aims to provide yes-or-no answers about what services are covered under traditional Medicare.

The Financial Toxicity of Illness

While medicine transforms cancer into a chronic disease with which patients can live for an extended period of time, financial toxicity threatens to turn chronic, too.

T’s Wellness Guide to Milan

A shortlist of places to find holistic facials, ashtanga yoga — and, yes, even gluten-free pizza.

Sleepless Flies Lived Long Lives. Why Not Us?

Flies deprived of sleep didn’t see reductions in their life spans. Does that mean we’ve got sleep deprivation all wrong?