Bernie Sanders Is Hospitalized for Heart Procedure and Cancels Events

Senator Bernie Sanders was hospitalized and treated for an artery blockage and is canceling his events for the coming days, a campaign official said on Wednesday. “During a campaign event yesterday evening, Senator Sanders experienced some chest discomfort,” Jeff Weaver, a longtime adviser to Mr. Sanders, said in a statement. “Following medical evaluation and testing…

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A Mysterious Sleeping Disorder That Turns Life Into a Waking Dream

“I don’t know what’s going on,” the 19-year-old exclaimed in a panicked voice as his parents entered the nearly deserted emergency room of a hospital in Eau Claire, Wis. He was a freshman at the university there. A high school friend, now at the university with him, had called them with a strange story. She…

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Medical News Today: What does Xanax feel like?

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TripAdvisor Ends Ticket Sales to Attractions That Breed or Buy Dolphins and Whales

TripAdvisor will no longer sell tickets to attractions that breed, import or capture whales, dolphins, porpoises and other cetaceans for public display, the company announced on Wednesday. The move will ban sales to attractions and events at parks and aquariums worldwide, including SeaWorld, which has locations in Florida, Texas and California, Loro Parque in Spain…

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Medical News Today: What causes left sided facial numbness?

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These Butterflies Evolved to Eat Poison. How Could That Have Happened?

Monarch butterflies eat only milkweed, a poisonous plant that should kill them. The butterflies thrive on it, even storing milkweed toxins in their bodies as a defense against hungry birds. For decades, scientists have marveled at this adaptation. On Thursday, a team of researchers announced they had pinpointed the key evolutionary steps that led to…

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Stretch marks on the thighs: What to know

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What Does Having a Boyfriend Have to Do With Sleep?

Owen Dennis Riley, 17, has never had a girlfriend. But he plays a boyfriend to at least half a million subscribers on YouTube. He brings you gifts on Valentine’s Day and soup when you’re sick. He serenades you, if you’re into that sort of thing. Most important, he wants to help you get a good…

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One Month, Four Cities, Endless Fashion Moments

FASHION week The best photos from the collections shown in New York, London, Milan and Paris in September. Oct. 2, 2019 New York ImageJeremy ScottCreditDolly Faibyshev for The New York Times Tomo KoizumiCreditLandon Nordeman for The New York Times Backstage at Brandon Maxwell.CreditJohn Taggart for The New York Times Janelle Monáe performs at the Ralph…

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James Robinson, 79, Dies; Filled an Ambulance Gap in Brooklyn

When a 7-year-old girl was hit by a car one day in 1988 in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, it took more than 30 minutes for an ambulance to arrive. When it did, her uncle, James Robinson Jr., climbed in for the ride to the hospital. The ambulance was equipped with lifesaving equipment, he said,…

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