Today in The New York Times there are two powerful stories featuring powerful women who've opened up about personal health issues that have been a part of their lives. They both reflect a changing of the times, in how we talk about disease, and in how we might more openly reach for help when needed, making the most informed choices we can for ourselves.
A new study in the U.K. gives a push for rethinking drug policy
It's just a preliminary step, but could lead to big things
"In related news, it's not TV, it's HBO!"
A loophole even the Bush administration used is closed
The big changes: child bipolar disorder and Asperger's
Is family nutrition the federal government's business?
A controversial, decade-old study is retracted and called "utterly false"
Mayor Bloomberg's initiative to cut salt in restaurants and packaged foods has skeptics up in arms
A four-country study rules out a connection, but some say there's still cause for concern
Amid many discouraging signs, there are signs of progress in combating HIV and AIDS
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