City Kitchen: Zuni Café at 40: Still a Home for the Eclectic

Ask anyone in San Francisco for a restaurant recommendation, and chances are Zuni Café will be near the top of the list. Zuni isn’t the trendiest place with the splashiest fare, but the Market Street restaurant, celebrating its 40th anniversary, has been a hip destination since it opened in 1979. Housed in a quirky triangular…

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The Best (and Sexiest) Underwear For Every Occasion

Courtesy Every situation calls for a different pair of underwear. You’d never wear your workday thong on weekend errands, or your gym hipsters to the office. And while we honestly believe granny panties are sexy, that iconic scene in Bridget Jones’ Diary is all too relatable. Plus, it’s about time you reconsider certain pairs that…

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97 Great Looks from Paris Fashion Week

So far we already spotted this fall’s it-accessory (Dior’s bucket hat), it-dress (courtesy of Saint Laurent), and it-bag (Jacquemus’ barely-there finger bags). It’s safe to say Paris Fashion Week is pulling out all the sartorial stops and we’re only two days in. Click through for ELLE.com’s favorite looks, and make sure to check back as…

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Studies of Deadly Flu Virus, Once Banned, Are Set to Resume

Research that could make flu viruses more dangerous, and that the government suspended in 2014 because of safety concerns, has been approved to begin again, federal officials have confirmed. The government did not publicly announce its decisions in recent months to allow two labs to resume their projects. The new go-ahead was first reported in…

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A Definitive List of the Best Camisoles Ever

Courtesy In middle school, my ideal outfit consisted of low-rise jeans, Adidas shell toes, and not one, but two layered camis in contrasting colors. Nowadays I’m dedicated to straight-leg denim, I’ve swapped my Superstars for Air Maxes, and my camisoles are now made of silk. Not much has changed, and that’s because the camisole is…

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Theodore Bayless, Pathbreaker on Dairy Intolerance, Dies at 87

Dr. Theodore M. Bayless, whose discoveries helped bring relief to lactose- and gluten-intolerant patients and others coping with the effects of intestinal disorders, died on Feb. 10 in Towson, Md. He was 87. The cause was cancer, his son Neal said. Studies by Dr. Bayless, who taught, conducted research and cared for patients at Johns…

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Why You Should Stop Looking for a Perfect Man

It’s always difficult with perfect men: even the best of them only seem perfect at first sight. Sooner or later, their flaws are revealed. Reaching thirty, any woman is faced with a choice: what is better – being alone or with whoever. How does it happen that quite grown-up, intelligent and accomplished women keep waiting…

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7 Signs of a Toxic Friendship

Toxic friends are not always as obviously seen as the three Heathers from the cult Heathers comedy. There is a very fine line between friendly banter and frank mockery, especially when it comes to people you consider close. Toxic friends have various methods of influence: criticism, competition, deceit, and manipulation. All this is generously sprinkled…

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10 Trifling Things Women Appreciate More Than Men Believe

The relationship between the sexes often resembles an endless battle. Major stakes are at issue, but these cannot be won or lost in a short period of time. Meanwhile, in the interims, there are so many little things that could endear partners to each other as surely as the sun rises on your union with…

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