Skin Deep: Are You Ready for Drive-Thru Botox?

Image Alchemy 43, newly opened in the Flatiron district.CreditJeenah Moon for The New York Times There’s nothing secretive about getting Botox and fillers at Ject in the West Village. The three-month-old injectable beauty bar has a glass front with its name hand-painted in 23-karat gold. Treatment spaces are separated only by curtains. There’s a photo…

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9 Outfits That Incorporate Summer’s Biggest Trends

Tyler Joe You may be ready to hit the ground running in little white dresses and basket bags, but there’s admittedly more to summer dressing than cosplaying Anne of Green Gables. This season it’s all about color and experimentation, and thankfully the streets are offering valuable inspiration. We scoured fashion week photos and found 9…

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Medical News Today: Obesity may put young people at risk of anxiety, depression

Researchers have recently examined the link between mental health conditions and obesity in over 12,000 children and teenagers. The results show that obesity raises the risk of anxiety and depression, which is something that physicians and healthcare professionals should be «vigilant about.» Obesity raised anxiety and depression risk by 33% among young boys. According to…

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These Five Cuisines Are Easier on the Planet

Can I eat well without wrecking the planet? As a climate reporter and personal chef to a growing, ravenous child, I think about this question a lot. Is there a cuisine somewhere in the world that is healthy both for us and for the planet we live on? And if one exists, would we even…

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The Fix: How to Choose the Right Rug

For a living room to feel pulled together, most designers will tell you, it needs a rug. But rugs can be expensive. And because a large-scale item like that is going to have a big effect on the way a room looks and feels, choosing one can be intimidating. The right rug may live in…

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Reinventing the Tomato for Survival in a Changing World

NAPA, Calif. — In a borrowed van, Brad Gates of Wild Boar Farms sped south on Highway 680 with hundreds of fuzzy tomato seedlings bumping around in the back, their trembling leaves, warmed by the sun, filling the cab with the smell of summer. It was one of a half-dozen deliveries on his to-do list.…

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How Does Your Love of Wine Contribute to Climate Change?

The exquisite vulnerability of grapes to nuances of weather makes wine both particularly susceptible to climate change and a harbinger of what’s to come for many other agricultural products. Do wine consumers have a role in encouraging producers to take stronger steps to combat climate change? Some in the wine industry think they do, particularly…

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Is Dancing the Kale of Exercise?

In a packed ballroom, a dapper man in a silver tuxedo swing dances with a young woman to Count Basie’s jazz classic “Shiny Stockings.” A parade of 93 other women patiently wait their turn. The man smiles wide, playfully wiggling his hips at the end of the eight count beat. He’s surprisingly spry for a…

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