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12 Easy Grilled Chicken Recipes for Memorial Day Weekend

Chicken is easily the most searched for ingredient on New York Times Cooking, and it stands to reason: It’s economical,…

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Our 12 Best Memorial Day Cookout Recipes

For the unofficial start of summer, these dishes with fresh, bold flavors give you plenty of time to spend with…

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Patients Face Long Delays for Imaging of Cancers and Other Diseases

Doctors cannot seem to pinpoint what is wrong with Michael Quintos. Mr. Quintos, 53, a Chicago resident, has constant stomach…

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Who Is Protected Against Monkeypox?

For a world weary of fighting the coronavirus, the monkeypox outbreak poses a key question: Am I at risk? The…

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The Ice Cream Choice Is Endless, but We All Get the Same Cone

HERMITAGE, Pa. — The ice cream cone is never the star of the show. Its role is clear: Keep the…

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More than 1 in 5 adult Covid survivors in the U.S. may develop long Covid, a C.D.C. study suggests.

One in five adult Covid survivors under the age of 65 in the United States has experienced at least one…

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As Monkeypox Cases Rise, Nations Are Urged to Examine Vaccine Stores

As more than a dozen countries grapple with outbreaks of monkeypox, health officials worldwide are rushing to assess reserves of…

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After Stroke, Doctors Look at Fetterman’s Campaign Trail Prospects

What really is the prognosis for John Fetterman, the Democratic Senate nominee from Pennsylvania who had a stroke on May…

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The Michigan Mink Mystery: How Did an Interspecies Outbreak Unfold?

In late September of 2020, captive mink on a farm in Michigan suddenly fell ill. They stopped eating, struggled to…

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A Daily Aspirin Regimen May Hurt More Than Help, Experts Warn

Regina Griffith was 64 when she met her new primary care doctor for a routine checkup. He recommended a daily…

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