Welcome to Summer Running

Welcome to the Running newsletter! Every Saturday morning, we email runners with news, advice and some motivation to help you get up and running. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. Hello June! I know it’s not officially summer for two more weeks, but I am on vacation, driving across the country with…

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How Black Students Challenged the Racism at Their High School

Please sign up here to have the Race/Related newsletter delivered weekly to your inbox. When I first saw the video on social media in February, I was shocked. Police and black students were clashing in a Minnesota high school gym, and one grainy clip showed a black girl tussling with a police officer, then getting…

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They See It. They Like It. They Want It. They Rent It.

Many young American urbanites have resigned themselves to a life of non-ownership, abandoning the dream of their parents and grandparents and great-grandparents before them, often out of financial necessity. But renting isn’t just a matter of necessity these days. It’s become almost posh. While paying to borrow décor, clothing and offices is nothing new, the…

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Youths! Go Listen to Your Elders!

On a sunny Sunday afternoon, I was practicing golf with my daughters in the front yard when we saw an older man slowly making his way out of his house, two doors down, and over to us. I heard the screen door clang behind him and watched as the small, hunched figure plodded from his…

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Hoboken Was the Place to Call Home

Maggie Rose Quinlan and Jacob Leigh Williams were married June 8 at St. Catharine Church in Spring Lake, N.J. The Rev. Will Dunlap, a Roman Catholic priest, performed the ceremony. The bride, who is 31 and is taking her husband’s name, is a vice president in the asset management division of JPMorgan Chase in New…

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They Bonded Over Caramel Apple Pie

Yashreeka Zehra Huq and Elika Ruth Cokely were married June 7. Ezinne M. Okpo, the mutual friend who introduced the couple, officiated at the Green Building in Brooklyn, having become a Universal Life minister for this event. On June 9, Maheen Kaleem, another friend, is to lead a ceremony incorporating Bangladeshi traditions at the W…

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CBT may be effective in managing menopause symptoms

A small study into the effects of cognitive behavioral therapy on menopause showed that it may reduce hot flashes, depression, and sleep disorders. CBT may be a valid alternative to other menopause treatments. Menopause marks the end of a person’s menstrual cycles. During and after this process, they will no longer be able to conceive…

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Medical News Today: Why scientists are searching the ocean for new drugs

As medical researchers continue their efforts to improve human health, some are turning their attention to the ocean because they believe that the Earth’s seas might harbor novel disease-fighting chemistry. Could human health depend on the creatures of the ocean? The oceans cover more than two-thirds of Earth. As the adage goes, we know more…

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Edward Crutchley Steps Into the Spotlight

Image Edward Crutchley in London.CreditAlexander Coggin for The New York Times LONDON — If the London men’s wear scene resembles a playground of youthful provocateurs intent on blurring boundaries and questioning gender, then Edward Crutchley has emerged in recent years as one of its grown-ups. The affable 38-year-old Yorkshireman, who is to unveil his spring…

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How do foams collapse?

IMAGE: The film is seen to recede into surrounding films, while a droplet is released which penetrates other films and causes further collapse. view more  Credit: Rei Kurita Tokyo, Japan — Researchers from Tokyo Metropolitan University have successfully found two distinct mechanisms by which foams can collapse, yielding insight into the prevention/acceleration of foam rupture in…

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