Payment apps and touch screens have made it easy for merchants to ask us for preset gratuity amounts. We don’t need to succumb to the pressure.
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A wave of teenagers who developed tics during the pandemic has receded, illustrating the powerful influence of stress on the body and the resilience of adolescents.
More hospitals and medical practices have begun charging for doctors’ responses to patient queries, depending on the level of medical advice.
The Times wants to know how you plan to use technology differently this year.
But achieving full-body restoration of movement, as Elon Musk envisions with such devices, is considered far into the future, if at all.
When Amy Pittman had a miscarriage, she grieved her loss — and tried to move on. But the internet wouldn’t let her.
While social media can help people feel less alone, using it to evaluate symptoms has several downsides.
As anxiety and depression soar among adolescents, researchers struggle to understand how exactly social media affects mental health.
Meet the medical experts fighting bogus science, one “stitch” at a time.