As Congo’s Ebola Outbreak Drags On, Untracked Cases Sow Confusion

The United States remains committed to fighting Ebola in Africa, American health officials said on Monday, but the scope of the current outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo has become somewhat unclear. There were rumors that Ebola had reached Tanzania, the officials noted. And the arrest of Congo’s former health minister, who until recently…

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Would a Purdue Bankruptcy Protect the Sacklers? Good Question.

After months of negotiations and threats, Purdue Pharma has finally filed for bankruptcy. But it’s hardly a done deal. The bankruptcy filing is part of a settlement agreement that the company and its owners negotiated with lawyers for states and thousands of local governments that have struggled for years with the opioid crisis. They support…

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New Yorkers and Their Skates, From Discos to Commutes

They came to Brooklyn from as far away as California, dressed in cutoff shorts, sequins and cowboy hats. It was September 1980 — the last days of disco — and Donna Summer thumped on a boombox in Prospect Park. There, 800 people had gathered to compete in what was billed as the first roller-skating marathon…

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Simone Rocha Stans Dresses Over Pants

When one hears «the ’90s are back,» it’s generally not the 1890s. But Simone Rocha took us there with her Spring 2020 collection, which married gauzy gowns and encrusted pearl headbands with lace shorts, organza pants, and some very sharp pajama bottoms. EstropGetty Images Both a gender bend and an allusion to antique porcelain dolls,…

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A Shadowy Industry Group Shapes Food Policy Around the World

When the Indian government bowed to powerful food companies last year and postponed its decision to put red warning labels on unhealthy packaged food, officials also sought to placate critics of the delay by creating an expert panel to review the proposed labeling system, which would have gone far beyond what other countries have done…

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The 13 Best Cookbooks of Fall 2019

ImageCreditTony Cenicola/The New York Times ‘365: A Year of Everyday Cooking & Baking’ To live a year in Meike Peters’s life! In “365” (Prestel, $40), Ms. Peters, who won a James Beard award for her 2016 book, “Eat in My Kitchen,” offers a meal for every night from January to December. The recipes are largely…

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10 Hoodies That Are Better Than Your Dingy College One

Each fall season, turtlenecks, bomber jackets, and scarves get all the love, but the hoodie is the true star of the autumn season. The now fashion-approved hoodie is no longer relegated to loungewear, athleisure-wear, doing laundry-wear or Sunday scaries-wear—it’s fashun and should be treated as such. Dress it up with a leopard midi skirt, trousers…

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These Are the Only Shoes You’ll Need to Pack For Your Next Weekend Trip

In ELLE.com’s 60 Second Style, we spend one minute proving that a single item can be majorly versatile with some unexpected how-to-wear tips. You’ve seen us style a white button down shirt and detail how to wear red boots. Now, fashion director Nikki Ogunnaike demonstrates how to get away with packing just one pair of…

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Medical News Today: What is a colostomy bag? What to know

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Everything You Need to Know About Burberry’s Spring 2020 Show

London Fashion Week is fully in the swing of things, with Burberry presenting its first ever carbon neutral show today. On Instagram, the brand shared «we have offset our impacts, such as the flights of guests traveling to London specifically for the show and the build and production of the event, through VSC-certified REDD+ projects…

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