Q&A: Andy Murray Has a Place for You to Stay

When I used to come to New York, we would go out in the evening and watch shows and see all the restaurants. Now we spend a lot more time going to parks. We went to Central Park two days ago for a good couple of hours. We found this playground with a nice sand…

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Voices: The Secret to Aging Well? Contentment

At 88, I remain a competitive runner, always sprinting the last hundred yards of a race to cross the finish line with nothing left to give. The finish line of my life is drawing close, and I hope to reach it having given the best of myself along the way. I’ve been training my body…

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Cancer Center’s Board Chairman Faults Top Doctor Over ‘Crossed Lines’

Memorial Sloan Kettering also announced late last week that it would limit the involvement of its board members in start-ups affiliated with the hospital, a development that followed news of an exclusive deal the hospital made with an artificial intelligence company founded by Memorial Sloan Kettering insiders. On Monday, Representative Debbie Dingell, Democrat of Michigan,…

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The Best Heels, Boots, and More from Paris Fashion Week

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Medical News Today: Symptoms and severity of plaque psoriasis

Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune skin condition. Plaque psoriasis is a type of psoriasis that causes thick, raised, scaly patches of skin to develop. These scaly patches often form on the elbows, knees, and scalp, and they may last for weeks, months, or years. It is important that people with psoriasis can identify this condition.…

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Front Burner: Start the Morning With Sweet Vanilla

After a 2002 cyclone devastated Tonga, an archipelago in the South Pacific, some New Zealanders started a vanilla farm there to help the get the country back on its feet. Despite a setback from a vanilla bean shortage this year, it has grown into a thriving enterprise, mostly run by women. The Heilala Vanilla Foundation,…

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