How Being a Night or Morning Person Affects Your Personality

Did you know being a night owl is associated with intelligence? It’s also associated with some less desirable traits, like impulsivity and depression. But help is here!

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Survey Finds Patients Are Harmed by CDC’s Opioid Guidelines

It seems that many chronic pain patients are struggling to find adequate relief, thanks in part to the CDC’s new opioid prescribing guidelines…

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What Trump Means for Hunger and Nutrition in New York City

Food insecurity is a problem for an estimated 1.37 New Yorkers. How will food policies at the federal level affect the city’s most vulnerable residents, and how can the city and state respond?

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Are Your TV Habits Sending You to the ER?

The surprising link between TV viewing and hospital visits, and how to get some exercise while watching your favorite shows.

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What You Should Know About SAD and Chronic Pain

Chronic pain patients should know about the link between SAD and chronic pain–and how to treat seasonal depression.

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The Many Benefits of Fermented Foods and 6 to Try

Fermented foods, from yogurt and tea to an eyebrow-raising concoction called natto, aren’t just hip and tasty. They offer lots of health benefits, too. From Paste.

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Inside NYC’s Effort to Fight Depression After Childbirth

Perinatal depression affects up to an estimated one in seven pregnant women and new mothers, and it can pose a health serious risk. In this article for City Limits, discover how NYC is trying to help the approximately 10,000 women who deal with perinatal depression every year.

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