In a Time of Stress, Someone to Hold Onto

Georgia Vasiliki Kostopoulos and Jacob Michael Rae were married June 28 in an outdoor ceremony at Red Maple Vineyard in West Park, N.Y. Kevin D. Benish, a friend of the couple who became a minister with American Marriage Ministries for the event, officiated. The couple met at N.Y.U., from which each received a law degree.…

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A Drummer Rocks Her World, She Calms His

Maria Joan King and Max Savage were married June 29 at the Beach Plum Inn in Chilmark, Mass., on Martha’s Vineyard. Christopher K. Larson, who received a one-day solemnization certificate from the State of Massachusetts and is an uncle of the bride, officiated. Ms. King, 28, works in compensation and benefits at Spotify in Manhattan.…

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Utah Family Sues After Son With Diabetes Is Kept From School

The 8-year-old son of Caly and Wade Watkins is an active and happy Utah boy, they say. He fishes in a pond, sometimes landing a catfish, which he throws back. He rides his dirt bike for miles. He pores over his schoolwork, which in second grade included mastering multiplication tables. But at least four times…

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MS patients at a greater risk of cancer, new study suggests

(Oslo, Saturday, 29 June, 2019) New results of a 65-year follow-up study of nearly 7,000 Norwegian patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) suggest that patients may have a greater overall risk of developing cancer than the general population, with an especially high risk of cancer in respiratory organs, urinary organs and the central nervous system. Presented…

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Is Marianne Williamson a Fringe Candidate? Or a Likely One?

Marianne Williamson is a major-minor candidate for president, or a minor-major candidate for president. She believes that America is suffering from a spiritual and moral rot. She believes that the rot can only be healed if an empathetic and loving leader, equally versed in American history and culture, takes the helm. “A person who has…

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Min Hogg, World of Interiors Editor, Dies at 80

Min Hogg, founding editor of The World of Interiors magazine, the beloved, sumptuous chronicle of old world bohemianism, died on Monday at her home in London. She was 80. The cause was cancer, said Molly Alexander, a great-niece. Raised in quasi-aristocratic affluence, Ms. Hogg had been working as a fashion editor and a photographer’s agent…

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Medical News Today: What are the best meat substitutes?

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How do breasts change during and after pregnancy?

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Democrat vs. Democrat: How Health Care Is Dividing the Party

WASHINGTON — It was a command as much as a question, intended to put an end to months of equivocating and obfuscating on the issue: Which of the Democratic presidential candidates on the debate stage supported abolishing private health insurance in favor of a single government-run plan? Show of hands, please. Just four arms went…

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