Cell study reveals key mechanism linked to healthy development

Scientists have shed light on how healthy cells develop by identifying the role of key molecules involved. The components, known as R-loops, are formed during cell development and have been shown to play an important role in the process. The latest finding overturns previous thinking that R-loops, formed from the genetic material that makes up…

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The Imposing Venture of 3 Corporate Giants Gets a Not-So-Imposing New Name

We can finally put a name to the thing striking fear within the health care establishment: Haven. The secretive new venture, created by corporate titans Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase to transform health care for their employees, has gone without an official name for more than a year. It was nameless when a well…

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See the Hottest Bags Making Their Debut at Paris Fashion Week

Basic cross body, what’s that? Paris Fashion Week shows that your handbag collection should include chainmail coin purses, Balmain spikes, and a Chanel bag in the shape of an Aspen ski lift. Here, see all practically impractical bags on our wish list, fresh off the Parisian runway.

Seven Buds for Seven Brothers

Sure, CBD is everywhere. But it hit the Sundance Film Festival with full force only in January, when Charlotte’s Web, a leading purveyor of the substance — the Uber of CBD, if you will — hosted a three-day party, lines out the door, in a converted store and restaurant on Main Street in Park City,…

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7 Romper Outfits That Won’t Make You Feel Like a Toddler

Courtesy Rompers have the difficult reputation of being associated with babies. And we get it. Their other name is literally «playsuit,» which just sounds like something you’d dress Prince George in. But Saint Laurent and Alexander Wang are reinterpreting the style for adults, and we’re ready to transition from jumpsuits to rompers immediately. See 7…

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A Heart-Healthy Diet May Be Good for the Brain

Eating a heart-healthy diet beginning in your 20s may provide brain benefits in middle age, new research suggests. The study, in Neurology, ranked 2,621 people on their degree of adherence to three different diets considered to be good for the heart. All emphasize vegetables, fruits and whole grains and minimize saturated fat consumption: the Mediterranean…

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Boîte: Bottle Service Lives On at the Red Rabbit Club

Bottle service is far from dead — it just comes with extra incentives to draw a crowd these days. At the Red Rabbit Club (on the site of the former Gilded Lily), moneyed patrons are courted by dancers, a magician and other forms of entertainment. Party hosts have included 50 Cent, Future, Travis Scott and…

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Medical News Today: What are the risks of anal sex?

Anal sex is the practice of inserting the penis, fingers, or a foreign object such as a vibrator into the anus for sexual pleasure. With the appropriate precautions, anal sex is mostly safe. However, there are different potential risks that may not be present in vaginal or oral sex. For example, the anus cannot naturally…

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W.H.O. Chief Plans to Reorganize a Vast Bureaucracy

The World Health Organization on Wednesday announced a long-awaited restructuring intended to streamline the agency — and strongly hinted that it intended to shake up some staffers’ resistance to change. The announcement, made in a lengthy and mostly cheerful speech delivered jointly by the organization’s director general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, and the directors of the…

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