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You’ve heard the advice and maybe ignored it. Here’s why you should change your ways in the new year.
The agency is considering a change that would mean fewer calories — on the label.
Study finds a lot of differences between devices but each one was pretty consistent.
Wading through bird droppings, helping rats walk: People do this and more in the name of science.
Experts discuss a report on how care for the terminally ill can be improved.
It’s not all about pizza delivery: Drones might also expand Internet access and improve agriculture.
It’s time to prepare for the next space object to strike Earth, an author says — or else the damage may be huge.
Turns out it’s so tempting to fill those long days that most of us leave little time for sleep.
Post journalists remember Andrei Mironov, friend and rights activist.
“The argument of guns is stronger than anything else.”