Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Move Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Move | Trends in Running, by the Numbers Supported by Higher race prices, more summer and winter races, and just about the same number of competitors on the road. ByJen A. Miller Feb. 16, 2019 Welcome to … [Read more...] about Trends in Running, by the Numbers
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Eat Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Eat | Can You Get Over a Food Intolerance? Supported by Ask Well Foods most often associated with intolerances were chocolate, food additives, citrus fruits, fish, shellfish, milk, cheese, eggs and nuts. ByRichard Klasco, M.D. … [Read more...] about Can You Get Over a Food Intolerance?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Family Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Family | Carrying the Ghosts of Lives Unlived Supported by Ties There are hinge points in time when life could be one thing, or another. ByKate Hope Day Feb. 15, 2019 There’s a black-and-white … [Read more...] about Carrying the Ghosts of Lives Unlived
Well By TOBY BILANOW FEB. 14, 2019 1Using statistical modeling, researchers found that strenuous activity — like running or vigorous cycling, tennis or squash — may actually help to prevent depression. Benefits started at about this many minutes per day: 15 minutes 30 minutes 45 minutes An hour 2True or false? In winter, you can get much of the … [Read more...] about Weekly Health Quiz: Exercise, Sunlight and a Party Drug
Mind By TARA PARKER-POPE FEB. 14, 2019 How self-compassionate are you? The following is an adapted version of the Self-Compassion Scale, which researchers use to measure how much self-kindness or harsh self-judgment we show ourselves. Read each statement carefully. Don't think about how others might see you. Focus on how you view yourself. Use the descriptions … [Read more...] about How Self-Compassionate Are You?