When Doctors Serve on Company Boards

Cancer centers are re-evaluating their relationships with health care companies, including when, if ever, doctors and researchers should serve on corporate boards. Here are some hospital executives and cancer researchers who sit on the boards of publicly traded companies, in dual roles that may raise questions about conflicts of interest. Dr. Laurie H. Glimcher Image…

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What to Cook: Happy New Year!

For the crabs and lobster and scallops: Champagne, as Eric Asimov has taught. But if you’re eating caviar, have no Champagne, as Eric has also advised: The eggs make the wine taste metallic. Better is chilled vodka and plenty of it. Alternatively, like, you have no interest in celebrating this turning of the calendar page,…

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Medical News Today: Diabetes and erectile dysfunction may be genetically linked

New research, published in the American Journal of Human Genetics, suggests that a genetic susceptibility to type 2 diabetes may be a cause of erectile dysfunction. New research finds evidence that erectile dysfunction and type 2 diabetes are genetically linked. Erectile dysfunction (ED) affects approximately 30 million adults in the United States. There are several…

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How to Remove Under-Eye Circles?

Most women try to fight hated circles under their eyes with concealers and creams, but these products do not always give the desired result. Geniusbeauty.com figured out how to get rid of dark circles under the eyes once and for all! How the area around the eyes ages Wrinkles, the appearance of the first folds…

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What to Do If You Hate Your Partner’s Friends?

The most unloved stage in a relationship is getting to know the guy’s environment. You seem to just get used to it when suddenly you meet the people who should not have anything to do with your man. If all of his friends cause negative emotions, it’s worth thinking about whether you really know this…

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Shopping Guide: Shopping for Tumblers

Tumblers — drinking glasses without stems — are the most multipurpose form of glassware, equally suitable for serving tap water and single-malt whiskey. In fact, they are so ubiquitous that they might not seem as glamorous as their stemmed siblings. But when they’re distinctive, they almost always attract attention, especially as part of a table…

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Work Friend: ‘Help, My Boss Has Breasts!’

Bring on your questions about work and life to workfriend@nytimes.com. Include your name and location, even if you want them withheld. Letters may be edited, and responses may make you sad. My Boss Has an Anatomy I work for a local government agency in a professional office setting. My boss is a young, attractive woman.…

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Personal Health: Hearing Loss Threatens Mind, Life and Limb

The earsplitting sound of ambulance sirens in New York City is surely hastening the day when I and many others repeatedly subjected to such noise will be forced to get hearing aids. I just hope this doesn’t happen before 2021 or so when these devices become available over-the-counter and are far less expensive and perhaps…

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A Little Bit of Excess in a Sensible Package

There’s deep pleasure in creamy chilled oats, an easy make-ahead breakfast that blends the comfort of hot porridge with the fun of crunchy cereal in cold milk. After a season of feasting with friends and family, it’s a welcome meal for one that tastes like an indulgence but leaves you feeling great. It also fits…

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