Peanut Allergy Drug Will Protect Children, Experts Tell F.D.A.

The first-ever drug regimen to blunt acute peanut allergies in children should be approved, experts told a Food and Drug Administration committee on Friday, because the therapy has the potential to reduce the risk of life-threatening reactions and to improve patients’ lives. The new drug, called Palforzia and made by Aimmune Therapeutics, is an oral…

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You Will Love This Sheet-Pan Dinner

I tend to think of fall as the year’s busy season. But really it’s more accurate to think of it as the year’s crazy season, a cacophony of to-do lists, school orientations, last-minute online shopping, doctor’s appointments, after-work events, full-day conferences, weekend gatherings and overall mayhem, culminating in the one-two punch of Thanksgiving and Christmas.…

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Zantac Has Low Levels of a Cancer-Causing Chemical, the F.D.A. Says

The Food and Drug Administration said on Friday that it had detected low levels of a cancer-causing contaminant in samples of heartburn medicines containing the drug commonly known as Zantac, and that it was advising patients who take over-the-counter versions to consider switching to a different medication. But no recalls have been initiated, and the…

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A Sweetly Savory Kind of Bird

For most of the year, I go full-on savory when roasting a chicken. The more garlic, mustard, chiles and lemon I can stuff into the cavity and rub under the skin, the happier I’ll be. Around the Jewish holidays, though, my preferences take a sugary turn. Once Rosh Hashana leaps into view, honeyed visions edge…

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All the Looks From Rihanna’s Fifth Annual Diamond Ball

No one is having a better week than Rihanna. She shut down NYFW with a super private Savage x Fenty show (streaming on Amazon later this month) and less than 24 hours later, hosted her fifth annual Diamond Ball benefitting the Clara Lionel Foundation. So what do you wear when the red carpet queen herself…

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Your New Favorite Curry

Good morning. I’ll tell you what I’m going to do this weekend. I’m going to read Tejal Rao’s new column about making Japanese curry in The New York Times Magazine. I’m going to read it, like, four or five times so I get some sense of the technique, and then I’m going to make her…

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Secrets of ‘Downton Abbey’ Style

LONDON — One of the most feted designers here this week — someone whose work has been admired by the Duchess of Cambridge — will not, actually, participate in London Fashion Week. Yet it is possible the slinky 1920s gowns, cloche hats and tiaras created or sourced by Anna Mary Scott Robbins, the costume designer…

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New Hope, New Pain, Same Old Divorce

One of the last things I did before leaving the home we had made together was pull the five-foot portrait of our faces out of the closet. What is one supposed to do with oversized portraiture in the event of adversity? The picture was a gift, bestowed by network executives when we became the first…

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The Perfect: Concert Essentials

No matter your music taste, heading to a concert means you’re in for two things: 1.) feeling deliriously happy and 2.) waking up to a camera roll full of concert clips that will mean nothing to you in two days. The only thing that could make it better? Perfecting the concert lewk—something that’s comfortable enough…

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Help! My Hotel Doesn’t Exist

Dear Tripped Up, On a recent family vacation to Cartagena, Colombia, we showed up for a one-night stay at a hotel that exists only on the internet. My son had a dislocated shoulder from a mountain-biking accident earlier in the day, his pain meds were wearing off and it was New Year’s Eve. I booked…

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