The Real Problem With Beef

ImageBurgers aren’t the biggest issue when it comes to beef and climate change. Steak is. CreditRikki Snyder for The New York Times The potentially unhealthful effects of eating red meat are so small that they may be of little clinical significance for many people. This finding, just released in multiple articles in the Annals of Internal…

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D.E.A. Let Opioid Production Surge as Crisis Grew, Justice Dept. Says

The Drug Enforcement Administration authorized large increases in the production of painkillers even as the number of opioid-related deaths in the United States soared, the Justice Department’s inspector general said in a harsh review on Tuesday. The watchdog office said that the D.E.A. was “slow to respond” to the opioid crisis, adding that more than…

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Vern Yip on Interior Design: Your Home ‘Should Nurture You’

Before Vern Yip transformed rooms on the American television series “Trading Spaces,” the popular progenitor to today’s home makeover shows, he studied chemistry and economics at the University of Virginia. “It’s part of the Chinese-American tradition,” said Mr. Yip, whose parents emigrated from China to Hong Kong and then the United States. “You can become…

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Move Over Bridezillas, Here Comes a More Giving Bride

Instead of sending their 100 guests off with tea towels embossed with their smiling faces, or a flower pot with their inscribed wedding date, Brittni Switser and Raymond Ulger wanted to give something that might not end up in the bottom of a trash bin. So they made a donation to VOW, a nonprofit organization…

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Medical News Today: Irritated vulva: Causes and what to do

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Temaki Hand Rolls With a Twist in the West Village

Headliner Nami Nori The chefs Taka Sakaeda and Jihan Lee, who both worked at the sushi master Masa Takayama’s restaurants, are behind separate counters in this new restaurant’s elegant pale-wood dining room. (The operations director, Lisa Limb, also worked at Mr. Takayama’s restaurants.) But unlike at Masa, the specialties here are temaki hand rolls. And…

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Designs to Last

In fashion, do all roads lead to France? That’s the obvious conclusion as designer after designer decamps — even just temporarily — to Paris from New York, London or Tokyo. It’s as if the only way to be taken seriously is to show in the French capital (the latest example: Telfar Clemens), as if being…

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Finding Balance in a Tiny, Wobbly Boat

I woke up one day a few years ago and realized my life had been reduced to a hamster wheel of deadlines. I worked through nights, weekends, dinner, vacations and almost my marriage. At the time, I thought of strength as endurance and thought I could handle it. My body disagreed. I’d drag all day…

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‘Celebration’ Review: The Final Stand of Yves Saint Laurent

Early in this century, the documentary director Olivier Meyrou, at the invitation of Pierre Bergé, spent two and a half years filming the couturier Yves Saint Laurent and his employees and associates. Bergé, of course, was one of them: Saint Laurent’s longtime business manager, hard-nosed where Saint Laurent was dreamy, is a central figure in…

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