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To Do Sleep

A faster way to sleep?
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Stress, Eating and Sleep

Sleep and overeating are deeply connected.

Rating Scales Can Kill You

The gaming of health care rating systems is a public health hazard.
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What's the Best Way to Watch TV?

Are there healthier ways to watch TV?
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It's Better Going With the Dogs

The many advantages of humanity's best friend.
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"Safe" Drugs

Are prescription drugs truly safe?
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Humanity Goes Viral

Viruses and sociopaths have lots in common.
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Treat the Chart, Not the Patient

Here's why your doctor became a data entry technician.
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Fighting Dementia Through Vision and Hearing

Small changes in vision and hearing affect future dementia. What can you do?
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Trying to Lose Weight? Ask Your Gut

To lose weight, choose the right bacteria.
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Exercise: A Great Teacher

Everything you do teaches your body. Exercise teaches your body a lot.
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Give Sleep a Chance

As modern life increasingly disrupts nighttime sleep, it's really useful to nap.
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A Different Way to Treat Depression

Depression is a failure to learn. It's time to learn how to learn again.
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Why Should I Pay For Anyone Else's Health Care?

Ignoring the power of chance is poor, painful policy.
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Dementia and Cancer: the Two-Thirds Rule

Is luck the biggest factor in health outcomes?
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Purpose and Sleep

Does a sense of purpose lead to better slumber?
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Food Educates Every Part of You

Food trains every part of you—especially the ones you don't think about.
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How Much Booze Is Best?

How much alcohol is safe?
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Too Hot to Handle

What happens to us when it's too hot?
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Driving Asleep

Sleep is like food. You really need it before you take the wheel.
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How to Win at Sports

Can changing internal temperature make muscles stronger? Can biological clocks make you more fit?
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Sleep in Space

Beautiful, yes. Restful? Not so much.
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What Happens to Drugs?

What happens after drugs are released? A third get new warnings.
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Rest for Success

It's not what you do—it's how you actively rest.
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Steal From the Poor, Give to the Rich

The American Health Care Act is a health-care emergency.

Biological Intelligence

What ultimately will succeed—biological intelligence or artificial intelligence?
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Change, Little Bit by Little Bit

Large changes start small. Sometimes they stay that way.
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Is Trazodone the New Brain Wonder Drug?

Will an old, cheap drug end Alzheimer's?
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Are We Dreaming All the Time?

Is dreaming truly different from wakefulness?
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The Nixon Health Care Solution

In health care, the past is way ahead of the future.

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