A Spark From the Moment They Met

Jennifer Elizabeth Greim and Adam Thomas Deen were married Aug. 17. Jeffrey H. Davis, a friend of the couple and a Universal Life minister, officiated at the Clermont State Historic Site in Germantown, N.Y. Ms. Greim, 31, is the director for external relations at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site in Catskill, N.Y. She graduated…

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A ‘Beam of Light’ in a Crowded Room

Preeti Krishnan and Brantley Austin Hawkins were married Aug. 17 at Oheka Castle in Huntington, N.Y. Vimal Raval, a Hindu Priest, performed the ceremony. The bride, 30, is the chief of staff at DailyPay, a company in New York that works directly with employers and payroll companies. She graduated from Georgetown and received a law…

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And, Now, for Their 15th Wedding Together

Ewodaghe Omoligho Harrell and Henry Hugh Adams were married Aug. 17 at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science in Denver. James Bassett, an associate justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court and an uncle of the groom, led the self-solemnizing ceremony. The bride, 31, who will take her husband’s name, is an aide to…

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Medical News Today: The power of electromagnetic energy on breast cancer cells

Cancer’s ability to spread throughout the body can turn a curable case into an aggressive and sometimes fatal one. A team of engineers and cancer biologists may have found a way to slow down, and even stop, the migration of breast cancer cells. Electromagnetic fields may stop breast cancer cells from dividing and spreading. Cancer,…

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In D.C., Trading Politics for a Paddle

We launched into the Potomac River just beneath the Francis Scott Key Bridge, which links upscale Georgetown with the chrome-and-glass office park of Rosslyn, Va., and immediately faced the D.C. kayaker’s quandary: Paddle downstream first, taking advantage of the current, to enjoy the majestic bottom-up view of the Lincoln Memorial? Or push upstream against the…

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How the ‘Baywatch’ Swimsuit Became a Summer Classic

At the height of its popularity, the 1990s TV show “Baywatch” was bringing in 1.1 billion worldwide weekly viewers. It made Pamela Anderson and Carmen Electra famous, revived (again) the career of David Hasselhoff and inspired a 2017 movie. Now the series can be handily retrieved on Amazon Prime and Hulu — in high definition…

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Tracing Your Roots Through Travel, According to Mickela Mallozzi

The professional dancer Mickela Mallozzi woke with a jolt of an idea one night: She would create a television show where she would connect with people around the world through dance and music. Ms. Mallozzi had started traveling internationally while a student at New York University. Everywhere she went, she danced with locals. “It was…

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‘The Last Ocean’ Considers Dementia in All Its Uncertainty

The first, startling epigraph in Nicci Gerrard’s new book, “The Last Ocean,” comes from Emily Dickinson: “Abyss has no Biographer.” Gerrard sets out to tell the story of dementia, a disease that can appear to consume those it afflicts. After her father, John, died in 2014, the author — who writes best-selling thrillers with her…

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Medical News Today: Diabetes overtreatment seriously endangers health

People with diabetes, particularly those with type 1 diabetes, may have an increased risk of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) if they receive too much glucose lowering therapy. New research now warns that many people with diabetes face that risk. Many people receive too intensive a treatment for diabetes. In 2018, Medical News Today reported on…

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Spraying Antibiotics to Fight Citrus Scourge Doesn’t Help, Study Finds

When the Environmental Protection Agency approved the spraying of certain antibiotics three years ago to fight a deadly bacterial infection decimating Florida’s orange groves, growers thought they might have found a silver bullet. But public health advocates reacted with alarm, warning that the large-scale use of medically important drugs in agriculture could help fuel antibiotic…

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