wedding album: What Do You Wish You Knew Before Planning Your Wedding?

Image CreditCraig Dilger for The New York Times Looking back on your wedding day, you may have done a few things differently had you known what you know now about wedding planning. Like, the importance of choosing the right space, hiring the perfect makeup artist and even selecting a legal officiant. We’d love to hear…

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How to Stop Rogue Gene-Editing of Human Embryos?

A year ago, Dr. Matthew Porteus, a genetics researcher at Stanford, received an out-of-the-blue email from a young Chinese scientist, asking to meet. A few weeks later, the scientist, He Jiankui, arrived in his office and dropped a bombshell. He said he had approval from a Chinese ethics board to create pregnancies using human embryos…

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Fried Foods Tied to Heart Disease in Women

Eating fried foods may increase the risk of heart disease and death in women over 50. Researchers used health and dietary data on 106,966 postmenopausal women enrolled in a large health study between 1993 and 1998, and followed their health through the beginning of 2017. They found that compared with women who ate none, those…

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Medical News Today: The health benefits of macadamia oil

Macadamia oil is a clear, light-yellow liquid that comes from pressed macadamia nuts. It is a healthful oil that people use for cooking, and there may also be health benefits of using pure oil to moisturize the skin and condition the hair. Macadamia nuts grow on macadamia trees, which are native to Australia. Similarly to…

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From Japan, New in Box

PARIS  — Poggy, also known as Poggy the Man, governmentally known as Motofumi Kogi, is familiar in image and plumage to those who follow men’s fashion, particularly the version of it that walks the streets, not the runway. Street-style photographers have been panting after him for years. Mr. Kogi, the creative director of United Arrows &…

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Tycoon of the Pre-Owned

BRISBANE, Calif. — Here is where high-end Marie-Kondo’d clothes go now — not to die, but to enter their collective half-life, in a chilly 200,000-square-foot warehouse about eight miles south of San Francisco. Here is row upon row of garments made by Hermès and Prada and Versace: a few seen last season sailing down a…

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