Medical News Today: Health benefits of elderberry

People have used elderberry for its health benefits for hundreds of years. Elderberry contains antioxidants, and many believe it can relieve colds, fight the flu, and boost the immune system. There is little scientific research into the effects of elderberries on people’s health. The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) state that more…

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John Hardy’s New Collaboration With Adwoa Aboah Is Truly Enchanting

When it comes to jewelry, there are two type of people in this world: the minimalist who takes pride in owning only a few dainty, subtle pieces, and the maximalist, who you can find with stacks of necklaces draped around their neck, and elaborate pieces adorning their hands and ears. For John Hardy’s new collaboration…

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A New Director for International Association of Culinary Professionals

Tanya Steel, 54, an editor and writer who has worked for decades in the food media, is the new executive director of the International Association of Culinary Professionals, replacing Martha Holmberg, who resigned last month. The association, an organization of recipe developers, cookbook authors and others whose work centers on food, was founded in 1978…

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In Fashion: Flowing, Fanciful White Dresses

From left: Melitta Baumeister dress, $1,100, melittabaumeister.com. Louis Vuitton dress, price on request, louisvuitton.com. Lela Rose veil, $1,795, lelarose.com. Sea dress, $445, sea-ny.com. MB Bridal Classics crown, $1,000, mervebayindir.com. Carolina Herrera dress, $2,490, (212) 249-6552. Lela Rose veil, $1,320. From left: Sea dress. Miu Miu cape, $1,960, miumiu.com. Jil Sander top, $1,340, jilsander.com. Chloé skirt,…

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The Long Journey of the Aleppo Pepper

In 2013, Mr. Lowcock introduced a chutneylike sauce called Roasted Aleppo and Cayenne Shatta, a medium-heat combination of cayenne, fresh garlic, dried Aleppo pepper flakes from Turkey and Greece rehydrated in red wine, and roasted fresh Aleppos he buys locally. Such uses veer from the spice’s traditional role in Levantine cuisine, often as a finishing…

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How to Fix Fashion

GETTY This Fashion Month, we decided to try to take a perennial debate—that usually plays out over group texts, subtweets, and sleep-deprived internal monologues—public. We asked designers, buyers, stylists, retailers, photographers and editors the big questions: How do you feel about capital-f Fashion right now? Is it broken? How can we fix it? Advertisement —…

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How soon can you get pregnant after giving birth?

Myths about postpartum fertility are widespread. From rumors that it is impossible to get pregnant while breastfeeding to beliefs that the body will not get pregnant until it is «ready,» it can be hard to get the facts. While unlikely, it is possible to get pregnant less than 6 weeks after having a baby. However,…

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Invasive lobular breast cancer: Prognosis and statistics

Invasive lobular carcinoma is the second most common type of breast cancer. It affects the lobules of the breast, which are the structures that contain the glands that produce breast milk. According to the American Cancer Society, about 10 percent of people who get invasive breast cancer have invasive lobular carcinoma (ILC). Approximately 80 percent…

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Front Burner: Nothing but Gnocchi

Patavini, a company in Padua, Italy, manufactures tender potato gnocchi, to sell wholesale, in myriad flavors. Luca Marco Giraldin, an owner, has now opened a retail outpost in New York. Porcini, pumpkin, spinach, buckwheat with cumin, squid ink, Cajun pepper, truffle and beetroot are a few of the savory options at this elegant little shop.…

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Front Burner: A Food Hall in Ma Bell’s Shadow

To Shop The Finnish architect Eero Saarinen designed Bell Labs — built in Holmdel, N.J., from 1959 to 1962 — as a low, sweeping building sheathed in mirrored glass, with a soaring atrium. In 2016, the AT&T research hub was repurposed as Bell Works, an office building where an array of companies, some in the…

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