The Morning Call (Sunday)

FIRST TAKES GOOD QUESTIONS

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The curse of sitting / Four-legged help for children’s developmen­t / Where fat is your friend / The universal lullaby / Weighted blankets for better rest / Dance moves to help you age / Our radar for high-calorie food / Coffee to keep you going / Acupunctur­e with something extra / Hope for runners’ knees. Pages 5-7

The limits of human speed. Page 25 / Survival in the heat. Page 45

1. FITNESS

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The Appeal of Intense Workouts

Easing Back Into Exercise After the Virus

How to Train for a Late-Life Stroll

Endurance Athletes’ Mental Stamina

To Calm Your Nerves, Try the Weight Room

Programs to Strengthen Both Body and Soul

When Your Only Gym Option Is the Living Room

2. WELLNESS

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Stressed Out? Strategies for Keeping Control

Psychother­apy and the Challenges of Older Adults

Using Rituals to Keep Your Focus

The Mood-Altering Power of Awe

Life Is Gray. Paint Choices Can Help.

Tips for a Good Night’s Sleep

Breast Screening for the Older Woman 47 48 52 54 56

Many people have had to improvise with home gyms in the past year. The Russian runner Valeria Savenkova found a new training regimen: hallway hurdling.

3. NOURISHMEN­T

Meal Planning Can Help Avoid the Quarantine Pounds

Necessity Pushes the Vegan Taco Forward (Vegan Milk Too)

Rescuing Children From the Snack Trap

Want to Start an Indoor Garden? What to Know About Hydroponic­s

Quiet Time at the Breakfast Table

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SERGEI ILNITSKY/EPA, VIA SHUTTERSTO­CK

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