Arianna Grand, Mark Salomon

Arianna Maxie Grand and Mark Bernard Salomon were married Oct. 13 in Manhattan. Rabbi Sarah H. Reines officiated at Gotham Hall, an events space. The bride and groom met at the University of Michigan, from which they graduated. Ms. Grand, 29, is the community engagement and partnerships manager at NYC Kids RISE, an organization in…

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The New Old Age: Every Older Patient Has a Story. Medical Students Need to Hear It.

Whatever the cluster of second-year students at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York expected to hear from an 82-year-old woman — this probably wasn’t it. At first, Elizabeth Shepherd, one of several seniors invited to meet with future doctors in an anti-ageism program called “Introduction to the Geriatric Patient,” largely followed the script. As student…

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Princess Eugenie Marries, and Britons Gripe About the Tax Bill

LONDON — What a difference a royal wedding makes. In May, a grandchild of the queen of England married a commoner in St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle as thousands of well-wishers gathered in the town and the global news media provided breathless, wall-to-wall coverage. On Friday, five months after that wildly popular wedding —…

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Mini-Vows: A U-Turn Leads to a Date for Longtime Friends

Jessica Jean Reif and Stephen Alan Ehrlich were married Oct. 13 at the Rainbow Room in Manhattan. Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch officiated, with Cantor Daniel Singer taking part. The bride, who is 62, is a managing director of Bank of America Merrill Lynch in Manhattan. She works in equity research, covering media and entertainment, cable and…

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Paris Art Dealer Brings the Party to New York

It was Saturday night of New York Fashion Week, and everywhere Emmanuel Perrotin turned, hands were being thrust at him. Ronnie Fieg, the founder of Kith, the cool-kid street wear brand, congratulated him. Johan Lindberg, the Swedish fashion designer and party fixture, paid his respects. Next up were Alexandre Arnault, the 26-year-old son of Bernard…

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Medical News Today: Intermittent fasting may help fight type 2 diabetes

Lifestyle changes are key in the management of type 2 diabetes. Scientists believe that intermittent fasting could play an essential role. Lately, intermittent fasting has become incredibly popular. Type 2 diabetes is the most common type. The condition affects the body’s ability to produce insulin, which regulates blood sugar levels. Diabetes is widespread in both…

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Sloan Kettering Researchers Correct the Record by Revealing Company Ties

Mr. Morey also said that a “patchwork” of disclosure requirements by different publications has complicated matters. “In many cases, researchers are now disclosing above and beyond what is asked for and required, even when their disclosures have no connection to the research they conducted,” he said, adding that Memorial Sloan Kettering has created a task…

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ELLE Editorial: Fake News

Photographed by Terry Tsiolis and Styled by Samira Nasr Oct 12, 2018 Versace, Gucci, Michael Kors, Armani…as more and more designers ban fur from their collections, faux fabrications of sumptuous outerwear have become the new symbols of luxury and glamour. Isabeli Fontana bundles up. Faux-fur coat, Gucci,$6,900. Gold hoop earrings,Paloma Picasso for Tiffany & Co.,…

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Most White Americans’ DNA Can Be Identified Through Genealogy Databases

The genetic genealogy industry is booming. In recent years, more than 15 million people have offered up their DNA — a cheek swab, some saliva in a test-tube — to services such as 23andMe and Ancestry.com in pursuit of answers about their heritage. In exchange for a genetic fingerprint, individuals may find a birth parent,…

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