You Might Not Want to Eat Bugs. But Would You Eat Meat That Ate Bugs?

At an insect farm in Cape Town, the bugs are hungry. More than 8 billion flies being raised in South Africa by the start-up company AgriProtein gobble 250 metric tons of food and farm waste, like corn stalks, potato peelings and damaged vegetables, every day. “There’s actually no such thing as waste. It’s just stuff…

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Running With My Mom: Nowhere to Go but Up

Welcome to the Running newsletter! Every Saturday morning, we email runners with news, advice and some motivation to help you get up and running. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. Dear Readers, When my mom called me last Saturday morning, she was a jangle of nerves. We were taking the train from…

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Medical News Today: 4 gold molecules point to the future of cancer treatment

Newly engineered gold based molecules look to be safer and more effective at fighting cancer than prominent platinum based therapies. New research zooms in on four gold molecules that may change cancer treatment. For the past few decades, platinum based cisplatin has been a compound of choice in the treatment of many cancers. It is…

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It Was in the Heavens and the Periodic Table

The Rev. Emily Jo Garcia and Omar Ali De Paolis were married Sept. 21 at the Church of the Redeemer in Chestnut Hill, Mass. The Rt. Rev. Alan M. Gates, an Episcopal bishop, performed the ceremony. The bride, 31, is an Episcopal priest and serves at the Church of the Redeemer as its priest for…

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Love Knocked on Her Door (With a Christmas Tree)

Megan Marie Huntley and Tyler William Kupper were married Sept. 21 at the Tokeneke Club in Darien, Conn. The Rev. Charles H. Allen, a Roman Catholic priest, officiated. Mrs. Kupper, 30, is a vice president for sales and trading at Goldman Sachs in Manhattan. She graduated magna cum laude from Colgate. She is the daughter…

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A Good Combo for This Jazz Musician

Chaya Yvonne Crowder and Braxton Earl Cook were married Sept. 21 at the River Mill in French Camp, Calif. The Rev. Kevin K. Ross, the senior minister of Unity of Sacramento, officiated. The bride, 27, is a doctoral candidate in American politics at Princeton, from which she received a master’s degree in political science. She…

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Melania Trump’s Say-Nothing State Dinner Dress

On Friday night, as the co-host of her second state dinner since becoming first lady and thus a figurehead of the nation, as well as a symbol of her husband’s administration (whether she likes it or not; that’s the job), Melania Trump clothed herself in her now-signature aplomb and ambivalence. As fashion statements at major…

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Gabrielle Bernstein Loves a Routine

On a typical morning, the self-help author Gabrielle Bernstein, 39, is up by 7 a.m. with her 9-month-old son, Oliver. Her husband Zach Rocklin, 42, an artist and the chief operating officer of his wife’s company, is in charge of feeding him. That’s when Ms. Bernstein heads upstairs to her “meditation loft” (also known as…

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The Grandest of Watches Encroach on the Football Field

ImageWatch out! Odell Beckham Jr. plays on Sept 8.CreditRon Schwane/Associated Press When Odell Beckham Jr. of the Cleveland Browns took the field wearing a $190,000 Richard Millewristwatch during a blowout loss to the Tennessee Titans on Sept. 8, the question was: Was he violating league rules, or just the rules of common sense? His decision…

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Medical News Today: How different kinds of fiber affect the microbiome

Scientists studying an array of fiber sources show which fiber molecules benefit a group of gut bacteria in a mouse model. Which sources of fiber are best for the microbiome? Western diets are typically high in saturated fats and sugar and low in fiber. But there is plenty of evidence that our way of eating…

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