Running on Top of the World

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. I’m headed to Colorado for most of August, and of course will keep training for the New York City Marathon while there.…

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The Best Wedding Gifts On and Off The Registry

Creating a wedding registry with items that are both useful and timeless can be daunting, especially for couples trying to combine their lives into one happy home. We asked our readers to share their go-to wedding gifts for newlyweds, along with the best wedding presents they have received. Here is a selection of products that…

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At the Wedding of Gigi Gorgeous and Nats Getty

After a late night out at Paris Fashion Week in February 2016, the designer, model and oil heiress Nats Getty begrudgingly stumbled out of bed to go to the airport to pick up the fashion “muse” of her brother, the designer August Getty, for his upcoming show. Standing in the airport terminal, draped in a…

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Medical News Today: Computer use later in life may prevent cognitive decline

Researchers found that using a computer, playing games, and participating in social activities may reduce the risk of mild cognitive impairment. New research suggests that playing games, using a computer, and having a rich social life can keep mild cognitive impairment at bay. Our brains go through changes as we get older, and some people…

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She Fell for Him, and His Moser Screamer Brie Cheese

Dr. Danielle Eve Greenman and Stephen Thomas Gellert were married July 20 at Gedney Farm in New Marlborough, Mass. Rabbi Neil P.G. Hirsch officiated. The bride, 34, and the groom, 39, met at Cornell, from which each graduated and he also received an M.B.A. The bride will take her husband’s name. She is an internist…

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Is My Health Plan a Cadillac? Why Are We Comparing Health Insurance to Cars?

Image At an Independence Day parade this month in Washington.CreditErik S Lesser/EPA, via Shutterstock The House voted to repeal the Cadillac tax on Wednesday, aiming to make permanent what previous Congresses have merely postponed. The tax was a provision of the Affordable Care Act intended to lower health spending and reduce the federal deficit. But…

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Medical News Today: How an omega-6 fatty acid may keep heart disease at bay

New research in a mouse model zooms in on the cellular mechanisms that may explain the cardiovascular benefits of a specific kind of omega-6 fatty acid. New research explains the potential benefit of an omega-6 fatty acid for heart health. A plethora of studies have tackled the role of omega-3 fatty acids in heart health.…

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Medical News Today: What to know about waking up with anxiety

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Morehouse College Investigates Sexual Misconduct After Students’ Videos

The first video detailing allegations of sexual misconduct came with a plea: “Please get Morehouse’s attention.” The second followed soon after: “I too had the same experience.” In separate posts on Twitter this week, two young men who identified themselves as students at Morehouse College shared their experiences with a staff member at the college…

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America Is So Hot That …

FROST, Tex. — America is hot. Really hot. So hot that even here in a town named Frost perspiration flows. Across the sweaty landscape of America, pandas are getting Popsicles, cinnamon rolls are exploding in cars and some people, in an effort to endure the blazing sun, are riding bicycles in their underwear. New York…

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