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Medicinal Purpose

The COVID-19 health crisis has underscored many of the disparities in our public health system. It has also revealed what works…

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Unwinding

Our cross-country skis glide through an icy patch of snow with a zip, through powder with a hush. …

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Bring to Heal

The Central Hospital for Veterinary Medicine is like a rabbit warren. At least, that’s how it feels to a visitor being escorted through one corridor to another, one room to the next, around corners and down stairs. …

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Healthy Skepticism

Accurately interpreting medical research doesn’t require a PhD. …

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Gotta Run

Running is simple—and hard. …

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Inner Circles

What happens when you walk a labyrinth? “Sometimes, nothing!” Bill Ludwig says with a laugh. …

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Running Battle

The founders of UCAN, a Woodbridge company that manufactures sports hydration powder, energy powder and energy bars, didn’t start out trying to improve athletic performance. They wanted to cure Jonah Feldman’s disease.

Feldman was born with glycogen storage disease, type …

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Deep Breaths

Whether the schedule reads “park” or “parking garage,” students of Breathing Room Yoga Center just seem happy to roll their mats out together. …

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Baby Formula

If you’re a parent of a certain age, chances are you know the name Dr. Spock. Not to be confused with Mr. Spock of Star Trek fame, Dr. Benjamin Spock grew up in New Haven, attended Yale and became a …

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Many Happy Returns

Well-being, both personal and societal, is on most of our minds of late. So it isn’t surprising that “The Science of Well-Being,” a 10-week online course offered by Yale professor of psychology Laurie Santos, has been popular recently. Just how …

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