Once There Were It Girls. Now There Are Eat Girls.

Advertisement The English model-cook Tess Ward champions imperfection. But you wouldn’t know it from her Instagram feed. Image Tess Ward, a model and a cook, doesn’t think food should be fussy. But she loves a pretty dish.CreditCreditLauren Fleishman for The New York Times Sept. 5, 2018 Riotous hues are no longer expected just on the…

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Medical News Today: Eating whole grains can prevent type 2 diabetes

A large study indicates that people who eat whole grains of any kind every day are much less likely to develop type 2 diabetes. The researchers urge people not to mistakenly avoid whole grains if they intend to follow low-carb diets. New research has found that eating whole grains daily can prevent type 2 diabetes.…

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Noon By Noor Designers Celebrate 10 Years

Purple PR Advertisement — Continue Reading Below This year, cousins and best friends since childhood, Shaikha Noor Al Khalifa and Shaikha Haya Al Khalifa celebrate the ten-year anniversary of their label Noon By Noor. Known for creating modern silhouettes that play with traditional views of femininity, this Bahrain-based duo have dressed the likes of Jennifer…

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Medical News Today: What can cause a bump on the lip?

Lip bumps can sometimes be painful or uncomfortable, but they are often harmless and will clear up without treatment. There are many possible causes, including infections, allergic reactions, and lip injuries. Lips bumps can vary in size, appearance, and associated symptoms. Treatment depends on the cause, but a person can often use over-the-counter (OTC) medications…

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Medical News Today: How uncontrolled inflammation leads to brain cell loss

In a study of inflammation mechanisms in the brain, researchers from the University of Bonn in Germany have identified how, as we get older, a vicious cycle of poorly regulated inflammatory responses leads to the loss of brain cells. How does chronic inflammation occur in the brain? Recently, those researchers conducted a study that investigated…

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As Animal-Assisted Therapy Thrives, Enter the Cats

Studies in this field are also “hard to randomize,” said Dr. O’Haire, whose own research has looked at the potential benefits of classroom guinea pigs for children with autism. Scientists who are testing a drug, for example, can easily give some participants a look-alike placebo. But what is the equivalent in a trial that pairs…

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Nonfiction: Bill Cunningham: An Enigma in a Blue Sanitation Worker’s Jacket

On a related note, we have Bill’s make-do-and-mend, zero-waste sensibility. Costumes and hats are often made from discards and objets trouvés. Any garret, no matter how grim, can be transformed into a nifty salon de chapeaux with a dollop of white paint and some moth-eaten Austrian drapes bought from the Salvation Army. Just be sure…

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Diet and Exercise May Stem Weight Gain of Pregnancy, but Should Begin Early

Advertisement Overweight women limited their weight gain with a diet and exercise program during pregnancy, but it did not lower their rate of complications like gestational diabetes. Image Heather Kinion joined a body weight study at Northwestern in her first trimester and was assigned to work with a nutrition coach.CreditCreditAlyssa Schukar for The New York…

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The Chicest Store in Milan Comes to New York

There were pedestrians ambling and drinkers drinking alfresco on the warm June day that Carla Sozzani stood outside what would shortly become 10 Corso Como New York, the American outpost of her pioneering Italian concept shop. That descriptor, now common for boutiques that stock not only fashion, but also art, furniture, books and whatever else…

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