Foolproof Fish Isn’t a Myth

I think more people should be cooking fish at home, and that is a hill I am willing to die on. It cooks quickly, it takes kindly to most flavor profiles, and under the right circumstances (and with the right recipes) it can be prepared without an avalanche of anxiety. Surely you must be looking…

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In the Hudson Valley, a Drive Back in Time

Some people travel with a particular objective in mind: to find the past in the present. It’s an impossibility, of course — you never truly succeed, because the present is so very present. But in a wayward, fast-moving world, a focus on history can root you, and offer perspective. This was my idea on a…

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Getting a Good Night’s Sleep Without Drugs

Shakespeare wisely recognized that sleep “knits up the ravell’d sleave of care” and relieves life’s physical and emotional pains. Alas, this “chief nourisher in life’s feast,” as he called it, often eludes millions of people who suffer from insomnia. Desperate to fall asleep or fall back to sleep, many resort to Ambien or another of…

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Shopping for Catchalls

When you arrive home with your hands full, having a dedicated place to drop your keys, mail and phone can be a big help. But if they’re just dumped on top of a console or a bench, they can look messy. That’s where a catchall — a small tray, bowl or basket — comes in…

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This is How Style Icon Ciara Got Ready for the 2019 ACE Awards

Ciara is in, what she likes to call, a «very free space.» We hear it on her latest project, Beauty Marks. We feel it as she steps into the role of CEO at her entertainment company of the same name. And we see it across her Instagram page, where she shares intimate snippets of her…

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Underenrollment in clinical trials: Patients not the problem

IMAGE: This is Dr. Simon Craddock Lee. view more  Credit: UTSW DALLAS — June 17, 2019 — The increasing sophistication of cancer treatments threatens to outpace the ability of health care providers to enroll patients in clinical trials to test those therapies. That’s a key finding by researchers in UT Southwestern’s new Department of Population and…

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3D printed tissues and organs without the scaffolding

Engineered tissues and organs have been grown with various degrees of success in labs for many years. Many of them have used a scaffolding approach where cells are seeded onto biodegradable supportive structures that provide the underlying architecture of the organ or tissue desired. But scaffolds can be problematic — ultimately, they should degrade and…

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Colorado enrolls first patient in clinical trial of HDAC inhibitor, OKI-179

IMAGE: This is Jennifer Diamond, MD, primary investigator of OKI-179 clinical trial. view more  Credit: University of Colorado Cancer Center OnKure, Inc. and the University of Colorado Cancer Center today announced enrollment of the first patient in a first-in-human phase 1 clinical trial testing investigational anti-cancer agent OKI-179, a novel and Class-selective HDAC inhibitor, in patients…

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