Touring Your Body, One Story at a Time

By Christine Cupaiuolo |

The New York Times today published a pull-out special section, “,” with articles and advice on healthy aging for every body part.

The graphics are a bit surreal to look at in print, but it makes read sense online, where each body part is an interactive link to a related story (don’t say you weren’t warned that the shoulders and knees lead to nowhere). Online additions include links to exercises, test-your-knowledge quizzes and health risk calculators.

Update: The knee now connects, as you might expect, to a .


  1. Maria says:

    Maybe I wasn’t looking hard enough, but it seems they left out anything genitalia-related (with the exception of the male prostate). Surely there are important health issues relating to cervix, uterus, ovaries, vagina, etc?

  2. Christine C. says:

    You are absolutely right. The interactive illustration is similar to sexless med school anatomical models. Maybe the lack anything genitalia-related is a reflection of newspaper cutbacks 🙂

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