Here’s the First Look at Taylor Swift and Stella McCartney’s Fashion Line

Earlier this summer Taylor Swift and Stella McCartney were planning to debut a fashion collaboration, and the first look at it is finally here. The singer revealed on her Instagram this afternoon that the two created a Lover merchandise line together. «#StellaxTaylorSwift is coming soon 💘,» Swift wrote in the post that showed her and…

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Medical News Today: What is the best diet for leaky gut syndrome?

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Yeast infection after sex: What to know

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Recurring Urinary Tract Infections Vex Readers

The rise of drug-resistant urinary tract infections has been particularly burdensome for the significant subset of people who suffer from them on a regular, recurrent basis. These individuals, mostly women, can wind up on a carousel of antibiotics, sometimes the wrong ones, and many experiment with homeopathic alternatives that have not been scientifically validated. These…

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Welcome to McDonald’s. Would You Like a Podcast With Those Fries?

The hit podcast “Serial” was the audio investigation that launched a thousand true-crime dramas, inspiring podcasters across the country to attempt ambitious reporting projects with gritty subject matter. There were “Dirty John” and “Hollywood & Crime,” “Death in Ice Valley” and “Atlanta Monster.” And then there was “The Sauce.” That three-episode “investigative podcast” was released…

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It’s Not Always Excellent to Be Jamie Oliver

LONDON — Just before lunch on a recent Monday, Jamie Oliver wrapped an apron around his dad bod and started mashing mint and broad beans with a mortar and pestle, which has long been his favorite kitchen tool. That adorable mop of hair he had 20 years ago when he slid down a banister and…

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Elk? Hare? Camel? All That and More in Sandwiches, at Foxface

Lately I have fallen under the spell of an East Village restaurant called Foxface. The cooking there is hard to pin down, geographically. Stopping in a few weeks ago, I ate Low Countryish wild red shrimp on grits, with sweet corn off the cob and a potent saffron-lobster sauce. More recently, I had skinless pork…

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Restaurant Associates Hires Some Big Names: Colicchio, Andrés, Ansel

What does it take for a restaurant company to move from behind-the-scenes to center stage? A few big-name chefs. With that in mind, Restaurant Associates, a firm that has been creating and managing restaurants and corporate dining rooms in New York and beyond since the 1950s, has recently started ramping up its culinary profile. Well-known…

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Cancer more common in females with severe sleep apnea

Some studies have identified links between sleep apnea and cancer. Now, new research reveals that rates of cancer are higher among females with pronounced symptoms of apnea. New research finds that women with a severe form of sleep apnea are more likely to receive a cancer diagnosis. The recent study, which features in the European…

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Midway Through His Year, Our 52 Places Traveler Answers Readers’ Questions

The 52 Places Traveler A little behind-the-scenes peek into his strange, but wonderful, day-to-day. Aug. 20, 2019 Video Produced by Meg Felling and Sebastian Modak Our columnist, Sebastian Modak, is visiting each destination on our 52 Places to Go in 2019 list. With a visit to Golfo Paradiso in Italy, where he ate divinely with…

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