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A special diet and growth hormones may offer hope for children with Prader-Willi syndrome.

By JANE E. BRODY

Six Simple Barre Stretches to Try on Vacation

No matter where you are in the world, you can always find something to lean on so you can stretch your muscles.

By TARA PARKER-POPE

Intermittent Fasting Made My Life Easier, and Happier

I could eat the foods I enjoyed and most of my regular meals, but it had to be within a short time frame of eight to 10 hours.

By LARISSA ZIMBEROFF

Dog Owners Get More Exercise

Dog owners spent close to 300 minutes each week walking with their dogs, about 200 more minutes of walking than people without dogs.

By GRETCHEN REYNOLDS

Protecting Sleep in the Hospital, for Both Patients and Doctors

What if sleep were considered a continuous infusion of a medication that helped patients heal faster?

By AMITHA KALAICHANDRAN, M.D.

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When Social Media Is Really Problematic for Adolescents

Underlying problems may make some young people particularly vulnerable to what they find on social media, an expert says.

By PERRI KLASS, M.D.

Blueberries May Promote Heart Health

Researchers estimate that eating a cup of blueberries a day reduced the risk of any cardiovascular event by 13 percent.

By NICHOLAS BAKALAR

Can an Abortion Affect Your Fertility?

Only abortions that are associated with complications could potentially impact future fertility.

Does Marathon Running Increase the Risk of Cardiac Arrest?

Endurance exercise reduces the overall risk of heart troubles but can raise the risk in the short term, especially during a race.

By GRETCHEN REYNOLDS

What Causes Stress Fractures in Runners? Can Diet Contribute?

Overtraining is the most common cause, but diet and other factors can play a role.

By Jen A. Miller

How Low Should Blood Pressure Go?

Symptoms, rather than numbers, may best define when blood pressure is too low.

By Richard Klasco, M.D

Is the Saturated Fat in Chocolate as Bad as the Fat in Meat?

Chocolate contains a healthier blend of fats than meats do. But don’t go overboard.

By Roni Caryn Rabin

Why D >Impaired smell is common, particularly in the elderly, but in about one in six people, no cause can be identified.

By Richard Klasco, M.D

Can Grapefruit Juice Affect My Thyro >Some 100 drugs can have dangerous and even life-threatening effects if you eat grapefruit or drink grapefruit juice while taking them.

By Roni Caryn Rabin

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