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    Supplements for Coronavirus Probably Won’t Help, and May Harm

    Taking large doses of single vitamins and minerals also carries risks. Excessive levels of zinc, for example, can disrupt the body’s uptake of copper,...

    The Unseen Survivors of Thalidomide Want to Be Heard

    One of the lawyers, Peter Gordon, had filed a class-action suit in Australia, arguing that a larger group had been affected than those who...

    A Brain Hack to Break the Coronavirus Anxiety Cycle

    Anxiety is a strange beast.As a psychiatrist, I have learned that anxiety and its close cousin, panic, are both born from fear. As a...

    Can I Boost My Immune System?

    Why would vitamin D lower risk for respiratory illness? Our bodies need adequate vitamin D to produce the antimicrobial proteins that kill viruses and...

    Talking to Teens and Tweens About Coronavirus

    What should parents do if their teens and tweens, with easy access to information on their phones and laptops, develop anxiety over what they...

    The Benefits of Exercise for Children’s Mental Health

    The study also found that being on a sports team was associated with an extra improvement in mental health, beyond what was associated with...

    The Difference Between Worry, Stress and Anxiety

    How does stress work?In prehistoric times, stress was a natural response to a threat, like hearing a predator in the bushes. Today, it still...

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    ‘Never Thought I Would Need It’: Americans Put Pride Aside to Seek Aid

    “A lot of people in the United States are very proud of feeling self-sufficient and independent,” Alice Fothergill, a professor of sociology at the...

    They Made a New Life in the U.S. The Coronavirus Sent Them Fleeing.

    The American system of private health insurance, with varying coverage and sometimes high premiums, deductibles or co-payments, is a stark contrast to the public...

    Stuck Inside? Keep Walking – The New York Times

    They then grouped people by activity, using 4,000-step increments (since that number allowed the most meaningful comparisons), checked the national death registry for participants...