What to Cook: What to Cook in a Changing Climate

To wit: Some foods have a bigger impact on climate change than others; plants have the smallest impact. Also, what you eat matters more than where it comes from, which may upset your mantra of local-organic-is-best. You don’t have to become a vegan to make a difference! Just decreasing the amount of meat you eat…

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You Can Make a Treadmill From These Common Household Items (but Don’t)

To be clear, we’re not suggesting this is a great idea. But people across the globe have figured out an easy, if mildly dangerous, way to create a makeshift treadmill in their homes: by pouring soap or shower gel onto tiled floors in kitchens and bathrooms, adding a touch of water, gripping a sturdy surface,…

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Boîte: A Midtown Speakeasy Popular With ‘Real Housewives’

Image Savage Lounge attracts an uptown crowd, including some cast members from “The Real Housewives of New York City.”CreditNina Westervelt for The New York Times Boîte: Savage Lounge Midtown The speakeasy can’t seem to die. There are speakeasies hidden behind phone booths, coffee shops and virtually countless unmarked doors. Savage Lounge, which opened in December,…

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5 Trendy Hairstyles That Could Make You Look Older

The hairstyle is an important component of any beauty image. Just like makeup, a certain hairstyle can not only give freshness and lightness but also make you look older. Womendialogue.com has collected 5 popular hairstyles, which can make you gain a couple of extra years. Pixie Although pixie is widely popular among celebrities, it is…

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Book the Table, Then Buy the Plane Tickets

In 2017, when Nora Martins was trying to decide between Japan or South America for a big fall trip, it was neither the staggered steps of Machu Picchu nor the snow-capped peaks of Patagonia that sealed the deal. “My husband called me and said, ‘I got a reservation at Central, so I think we should…

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How to Move a Masterpiece? If It’s This Big, Very Carefully

It sounds like an old joke: How do you pack up, ship and then unfurl a massive — and massively valuable — painting? Very carefully, of course. William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s “La Jeunesse de Bacchus” (The Youth of Bacchus), a joyful scene of mythological frolic, measures a whopping 20 feet long and nearly 11 feet high, and…

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Kentucky Derby Hats From the 1930s to Today

Since 1875, people have crowded the racetracks of Churchill Downs to take in the Kentucky Derby. While the horse race is the main event, over-the-top headgear has always stolen a bit of the spotlight. Here, a selection of the best Kentucky Derby hats through the years.

Medical News Today: Does body weight contribute to the risk of psoriasis?

New research has found evidence suggesting that a person’s body mass index can increase their risk of developing psoriasis, an increasingly common skin condition. The mechanisms at play, however, remain unclear. A new study confirms that higher body weight contributes to psoriasis risk. The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDKD) estimate…

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The Forbidding Reputation and Hypnotic Scenery of the Devil’s Highway

While filling out a permit application to drive El Camino del Diablo — a dirt road that cuts through 130 miles of saguaro-studded desert between Yuma and Ajo, Ariz. — I marveled at the hazards it warned I might encounter along the way, including “permanent, painful, disabling, and disfiguring injury or death due to high…

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