More than three decades after my cancer surgery, I still hesitate when someone asks, “What’s up with your scar?”
Blacks and Hispanics saw the biggest gains under the Affordable Care Act. They’re also likely to be most affected by cuts to this year’s enrollment period, which ended Friday.
Visual artists have always had an important place in children’s literature. Watch leading children’s books illustrators draw, paint, collage and discuss books with The Times’s children’s books editor, Maria Russo.
Having a positive outlook and taking steps to keep their bodies healthy were among our readers’ favorite subjects of the year.
The “mazel” shirt didn’t bring us luck, but it was a symbol of my husband’s loving soul: Even when he was ill, he did something for me.
This week, Hawaii launched the Kupuna Caregivers Program to help support working family caregivers.
Exercise and a healthful diet during pregnancy may help to lower the risk of heart problems in newborns, one expert advises.
She was gravely ill. He had a job with health insurance. Nothing like tying the knot on the way to the hospital to make someone believe in love.
New findings have surprised and puzzled researchers, though the study does not prove cause and effect.
And: rich neighbors choose fox-hunting over nature preservation; sharing the joy of DNA analysis; and swapping Secret Santa assignments.