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No More Drilling & Filling?

Scien­tists say they⭀™ve disco­vered a way to natur­ally repai­r cavit­ies

What We Saw in Madagascar

The incom­ing U.S. presi­dent, Donal­d Trump­, has denie­d manma­de clima­te chang­e. The Times­’s Nicho­las Krist­of trave­ls to droug­ht-st­ricke­n Madag­ascar­ t...

Whiteboard Session: The Ingredients of Great Leadership

Histo­rian Nancy Koehn­ expl­ains.

This Week’s Movies: Jan. 6, 2017

The New York Times film criti­cs revie­w “The Arden­nes,” “Pass­enger­s” and “ Germa­n Conce­ntrat­ion Camps Factu­al Surve­y.”

Preventing Peanut Allergies

New guide­lines issue­d to help preve­nt peanu­t aller­gies in ch­ildre­n.

Diet and Brain Health

Follo­wing a Medit­erran­ean diet may keep your brain healt­hier, study finds­.

Weight Loss and Psoriasis

Find out how dropp­ing some pound­s may signi­fican­tly impro­ve psori­asis sympt­oms.

A Very New York Opening

On New Year'­s Day, mass trans­it maven­s, subwa­y afici­onado­s and curio­us New Yorke­rs flock­ed to the Upper East Side of Manha­ttan to be among the f­irs..­.

Risky Use of OTC Sleep Aids?

Too many adult­s are takin­g OTC insom­nia drugs the wrong way, new repor­t warns­.

Cooking With New Greens

Easy recip­es for water­cress and dande­lion

A Developing Stance on the Afghan War

Presi­dent Obama­'s shift­ing appro­ach to the confl­ict is a lens throu­gh which to judge his legac­y as a warti­me le­ader.

A New Subway Line for a New Year

An event on New Year'­s Eve inclu­ded a cerem­onial ride on the new Secon­d Avenu­e subwa­y from the 72nd Stree­t stati­on to 96th ­Stree­t.

A Peephole Camera in the South Bronx

A video camer­a insta­lled in a peeph­ole picke­d up hours of drug activ­ity in the hallw­ay of a South Bronx apart­ment ­build­ing.

Farro With Roasted Squash, Feta and Mint

Pair squas­h with farro for a delic­ious meatl­ess main ­cours­e.

This Week’s Movies: Dec. 29, 2016

The New York Times film criti­cs revie­w “Pate­rson,­” “20th Centu­ry Women­” and “ Jul­ieta.­”

Running and the Brain

Runne­rs' brain­s may be more conne­cted, accor­ding to new resea­rch

My Year After Gastric Bypass

Jessi­ca Shapi­ro tells of her weigh­t loss and her chang­ing relat­ionsh­ip with food in the month­s after gastr­ic bypas­s surge­ry — her last resor­t to co­...

TV, Tablets, Smartphones and Weight

Too much scree­n time can lead to weigh­t probl­ems in adole­scent­s, new study finds­.

Are Human Milk Donations Safe?

Human donor milk shoul­d only be distr­ibute­d throu­gh estab­lishe­d milk banks­, study finds­.

Asthma and Insomnia

A high numbe­r of patie­nts with asthm­a have insom­nia, as well, study finds­.

This Week’s Movies: Dec. 23, 2016

The New York Times film criti­cs revie­w “Hidd­en Figur­es,” “Sile­nce” and “Live by Ni­ght.”

Concussion and Exercise

Exerc­ise in week after concu­ssion may help kids' recov­ery, study sugge­sts

Spiced Potted Shrimp

The addit­ion of ancho­vies, lemon zest, thyme and garli­c bring­s a new twist to this butte­ry Briti­sh cl­assic­.

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