As experimental drugs prove ineffective against increasing dementia cases in the U.S., researchers argue that improving eyesight can have an effect.
Getting a mental health diagnosis can be a huge relief. But can the label become a problem?
After the Dobbs v. Jackson decision, many women are discovering that their employer can shape major decisions in their lives even more than it did a week ago.
Individuals can often use health insurance or flexible spending accounts to pay for abortions or deduct the cost on tax returns. Congress might weigh in.
This popular cannabis product claims to be milder than regular marijuana. But is it legal? And is it safe?
We can’t think of a better recipe for a day off than Pati Jinich’s take on Sonoran carne asada tacos.
After two years of tumult, these essential conversations can help couples talk about what’s working, what’s not and where the relationship is headed.
After receiving a $21,500 doctor’s bill for a mere 10 stitches, I researched bad medical billing. Here’s how to fight it.
Researchers have looked into why and how weight influences emergency contraception but have come up against several unknowns. Here’s what we know.
You don’t have to light a grill to make the most of summer produce.
Hiding within what can seem like Chicagoland’s endless suburbs are slices of nature that make for a perfect weekend camping trip, with restaurants in easy reach.
Experts say Americans are taking more walks than before the pandemic. Here are some ways to turn your neighborhood stroll in to an exciting workout.
Here’s what the experts say.
Anger has a bad reputation, but it is a basic human emotion like any other. Here’s how to help children cope.
A vegetable tofu curry, a tuna mayo rice bowl, a crispy-edged quesadilla: You don’t have to be great in the kitchen to get delicious results.
Some homeowners looked at rising home prices and decided to get out while the going was still good. Now they’re renters again.
The immediate outlook is grim, but low-cost funds that track the entire market can help you prosper over the long term, our columnist says.
If you are known to turn a lush house plant into a rotting carcass, here are a few expert tips for making greenery thrive.
Cooking with homemade vegetarian kimchi is a joy, at every stage of the fermentation.
Watercraft sales exploded during the pandemic, and many more garages now have kayaks in them. But do you know how to get the best workout in one?
Communal bathrooms can harbor plenty of pathogens, but simple precautions will help keep them at bay.
Build confidence in the kitchen with these delicious recipes.
Mr. Musk trashed E.S.G. investing. The S.E.C. is investigating Goldman Sachs’s move into the sector. In a falling market, what should investors consider?
Here’s what the results may mean for you.
After a hot day, Hetty McKinnon’s crisp gnocchi with tomato and red onion is a small piece of summer heaven.
For people grieving a loss or facing thoughts “about what could have been or what may never be,” there are ways to find solace.
Vary the way you prep ingredients to get the absolute most out of them.
The U.S. has been in recession 14 percent of the time since World War II. But being prepared can minimize hardship and even offer investing opportunities.
There are any number of ecologically friendly alternatives to that lawn you’re so proud of — and they look nice, too. Here’s how to start slowly.
Though seasonal shifts can derail your sleep, there are things you can do to snooze more soundly when it’s hot out.
Inside the construction of a one-piece swimsuit, a complicated symbol of “the most vulnerable time of the year.”
Steep downturns of stocks by 20 percent or more are relatively rare, but how long they last could portend damage — for you and the economy.
‘If I could have only 10 Korean dishes for the rest of my life, these would be the ones.’ The Times Magazine columnist, cookbook author and son of South Korean immigrants shares the dishes that define the cuisine for him.
Here’s what the evidence says about what works (and what doesn’t).
Your guide to getting started with chess, and the New York Times chess puzzle.
You can’t leave money in your I.R.A. forever, as dictated by I.R.S. rules. This can put retired investors in a tough spot.
Some reinfection questions, answered.
Unpaid internships benefit schools and employers, but aren’t fair to college students footing their own tuition bills.
Justin Bieber announced that he had the rare facial condition. Here’s what you need to know about it.
Hetty McKinnon’s easy, earthy recipe contrasts crunch with creaminess.
But there are rules around opening one for a child. First: The child must have earned income.
At last, interest rates for money market funds have started to rise. But inflation means that in real terms, you’re still losing money.
Some watering holes are riskier than others.
You can roast, steam, boil and fry this delicious vegetable, or even eat it raw.
A new study found that older adults who ate more fish were more likely to develop melanoma, but experts urged caution when interpreting the findings.
Encouraging new research suggests walking could help prevent new bouts of knee pain in people with osteoarthritis.
Navigating a brutal pandemic, we’ve all faced challenges that have often felt insurmountable. We want to hear who these people are and what you want to say to them.
Thirty years ago, I arrived at The Times as an intern. This is what I’ve learned.
In many places, there is no system for sharing home test results with health officials, but the information may still be beneficial for public health.
Yasmin Fahr’s salmon and couscous salad with cucumber-feta dressing is a master class in contrasting textures.