How to Wear Cargo Pants—Because, Yes, They’re Back

Don’t freak out, but cargo pants are back. But before you run for the hills, hear our plea: These are not the pants you idolized during your late ’90s, early ’00s pop punk phase. No, these are ones that can be worn by grown ups who staunchly believe ties do not go with Hanes tank…

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Project Baseline Aims to Ward Off Illness Before We Get Sick

One of the sobering facts about cancer treatment is that it often begins when it is already too late: Studies show that an alarming number of treatable cancers are diagnosed in the advanced stages of disease. That has long bothered Dr. Sam Gambhir, a top cancer researcher at Stanford University who lost his teenage son…

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Hungry City: Sharing the Food of an Ivorian Childhood at Paradis des Gouts

For years, Cheick Cisse was just one in a throng of cabdrivers congregating in the morning’s smallest, darkest hours at Ivoire, a bare-bones canteen in Harlem devoted to the food of Ivory Coast, the country where he was born. Then, in 2006, the owners of Ivoire, cabdrivers themselves, decided to move on. Mr. Cisse took…

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Trending: These Food ‘Museums’ Want to Tease Your Palate and Dominate Your Instagram

Interactive pop-up installations dedicated to food are springing up in locations across the country, and many even travel, making stops in multiple cities. Appealing to young and old, locals and tourists, these photogenic exhibitions flood Instagram feeds with movie set-worthy backdrops, and encourage you to eat, take pictures, and share with your friends. Sweet experiences…

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Matter: Researchers Explore a Cancer Paradox

Cancer is a disease of mutations. Tumor cells are riddled with genetic mutations not found in healthy cells. Scientists estimate that it takes five to 10 key mutations for a healthy cell to become cancerous. Some of these mutations can be caused by assaults from the environment, such as ultraviolet rays and cigarette smoke. Others…

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Medical News Today: Why do people feel tired after eating?

Many people feel sleepy after eating. This can be a natural result of digestion patterns and sleep cycles. Some types of foods and the timing of meals can also make people feel especially tired after a meal. A decrease in energy levels after eating is called postprandial somnolence. Researchers have different theories about the cause…

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Medical News Today: What causes low energy in men?

Many lifestyle and medical factors can cause low energy. Some of these are unique to men or are more common in men than women. Many men feel tired and overwhelmed each day, especially with the busy lives that many people lead. Lifestyle factors can cause low energy levels, such as sleep patterns, exercise, and diet.…

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The Golden Rules of Shopping on ASOS, From a Seasoned ASOS Veteran

I’ll be the first to confess it: I consider myself a shopping-averse introvert who primarily enjoys spending an ungodly amount of time sifting through the sea of e-racks on some of my favorite clothing sites like Missguided, House of CB, Mango and Zara. After all, one of life’s greatest pleasures is standing by and watching…

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Intermix Celebrates 25 Years With a Capsule Collection of Party Dresses

«What will this brand look like in 25 years?» It’s a pertinent question almost every designer or figure at the creative helm of a brand asks themselves at some point in their career. Luckily for Intermix, 25 looks damn good. «Since our first store opening on Fifth Avenue in New York, our customer shopped with…

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