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14 of Summer’s Top Nonfiction Books

June 19, 2023

What’s a summer read? Why not an in-depth biography of President James A. Garfield or playwright August Wilson? If those sound too heavy for this sunny season, dive…

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Tingling Hands? Painful Feet? 7 Warning Signs of Neuropathy You Should Never Ignore

June 5, 2023

It’s not unusual for neurologist Eva Feldman, M.D., to see patients who are experiencing pain or strange sensations in their feet. “They say, ‘My feet hurt,…

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First Steps to Treating Dementia May Lie in Related Diseases

May 22, 2023

If there’s one thing neuroscientist Kasper Roet is feeling these days, it’s optimism. QurAlis, the Cambridge, Massachusetts-based biotechnology company he cofounded in 2016, recently ushered two drug candidates…

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How to Connect With Your Grandkids Through Reading

May 9, 2023

Since my children were little, their grandparents have been sending them snippets clipped from magazines and newspapers in the mail. With headlines like “World’s Largest Snake” and…

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Four Things to Know About Depression and Older Adults

April 25, 2023

Feeling down every once in a while is a normal part of life, but if these feelings last a few weeks or months, you may have depression. Read…

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13 Ways to Protect Yourself From Fraud

April 10, 2023

Scams are rampant these days, with criminals stealing a reported $8.8 billion from Americans last year, according to the Federal Trade Commission. But there are ways to protect…

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