Poor Sleep Tied to Heart Disease and Stroke

Poor sleep may increase the risk for cardiovascular disease, new research suggests. Researchers assigned “sleep scores” on a scale of zero to five to 385,292 British men and women, giving one point for having each of five indicators of healthy sleep: being an early bird, sleeping seven to eight hours a night, having no insomnia,…

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Fall Hair Care Mistakes

Does your hair become dull and split more actively in the fall? This is not a rare case. The owner of the hair is often to blame for this because of improper hair care. Many women often make such mistakes, and, as a result, the hair becomes dry and brittle. Let’s find out about them…

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Can You Get Grey Hair at 18?

Genetics, wrong image or care: who or what is to blame for the early manifestation of gray hair. In the shop, look for products that are suitable for gray and dyed hair and read the expert opinion on the appearance of silver strands in girls’ hair below. Why gray hair can appear at an early…

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The Most Delicious Holiday Dessert

Good morning. Gaily wrapped packages are starting to accrue next to the Charlie Brown tree in the corner of the living room. String lights twinkle around the window frames. Christmas music plays, and the children make mulled cider again. Seasonal joy: On Flatbush Avenue, down by the Marine Parkway Bridge in Brooklyn, I saw a…

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Gary Vaynerchuk Is a Rapper’s Best Friend

ATLANTA — On a recent weekday afternoon, the fast-talking entrepreneur and advertising executive Gary Vaynerchuk, better known as Gary Vee, jumped out of an Escalade and marched into a recording studio an hour later than he was supposed to, trailed by a videographer as if he was the talent. Inside, the up-and-coming local rapper Lil…

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Dreaming of an Artisanal Christmas

For as long as I can remember, I’ve had this image of Christmas: a village nestled in a snowy valley, candlelit windows glowing against a night sky. I’m not sure where it came from. Growing up in sunny Southern California, my family strung lights on the palm trees in our yard and went to the…

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Dispatch From the Land of Flight Shaming, or How I Became a Train Boaster

Many travelers today are mindful of the environmental cost of flying, and perhaps nowhere more so than in Sweden. In the homeland of Greta Thunberg, the teenage climate activist who has inspired a worldwide no-fly campaign and a generation of youth protesters, the buzzword is flygskam, or flight shame, a term that was added to…

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How to Choose a Honeymoon Destination

Honeymoons are about connecting and making memories, and there are as many ways to do that as there are newly wedded couples. Some duos are looking for “the quintessential romantic getaway with beach time and bungalows,” said Dan Austin, founder of Austin Adventures, a Montana-based tour operator, while others are “looking for more action and…

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The Quiet Brain of the Athlete

Top athletes’ brains are not as noisy as yours and mine, according to a fascinating new study of elite competitors and how they process sound. The study finds that the brains of fit, young athletes dial down extraneous noise and attend to important sounds better than those of other young people, suggesting that playing sports…

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