Families come in all varieties. Some we’re born into; others we get to choose; still others are accidental. Thirty-five years ago, I unwittingly (and unwillingly) joined the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer
I knew grief was going to be painful. What I didn’t know was how lonely it would make me feel Six months ago, on 9 October 2018, it was a beautiful and unusually warm day in my native city of Paris. There,
One of the biggest things on my mind these days — right up there with the Washington Nationals’ woeful bullpen — is retirement. I am a few months from turning 64, so I’m not putting in my notice anytime
A group calling itself Genesis II Church of Health and Healing plans to convene at a hotel resort in Washington state on Saturday to promote a “miracle cure” that claims to cure 95% of all diseases in
The workouts we completed years ago may continue to influence and improve our health today, according to a fascinating new study of the current lives and health of people who joined an exercise study decade
People rarely follow a doctor’s orders to the letter. We often seek treatments that meet our preferences, and bend them around our personal routines and responsibilities. This isn’t necessarily a problem.
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One way to appreciate the magnitude of Ben Beach’s record streak of completing 51 consecutive Boston Marathons is to consult an almanac. Beach ran his first Boston Marathon at 18 in 1968, before the moon