A Wholesale Grocery Will Deliver Directly to the Public

With coronavirus anxiety rising, your major concern is probably not whether you can get fresh figs or an exotic pink pineapple from Costa Rica, but having eggs, fresh lettuce, pork chops and the like delivered to your door might be. Baldor Specialty Foods, a wholesale grocer based in the Bronx, will open for retail sales…

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5 Ways to Take Care of Oily Hair

Do you have oily hair? Last night you washed and styled your hair, but then you have to wash it again the next morning? How to prevent hair from getting dirty so quickly? Let’s learn how to take care of oily hair. Wash your hair in the morning “Oily hair” is a set expression that…

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Under Eye Skin Care: Mistakes You Make Every Day

How do you take care of the skin around your eyes? Are you making these common mistakes? In general, the main mistake is the lack of a separate product for the skin around the eyes. Even if you have this product, you still have to learn how to use it correctly: depending on the time…

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Which Clothing and Beauty Stores Have Closed?

When President Trump declared a state of emergency over the novel coronavirus on Friday, many clothing and beauty retailers began announcing temporary closures. The questions came just as fast: How long would this last? Would brick-and-mortar workers still get paid? Would they be able to keep their jobs? As panic over the pandemic spreads globally,…

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There Aren’t Enough Ventilators to Cope With the Coronavirus

As the United States braces for an onslaught of coronavirus cases, hospitals and governments are confronting a grim reality: There are not nearly enough lifesaving ventilator machines to go around, and there is no way to solve the problem before the disease reaches full throttle. Desperate hospitals say they can’t find anywhere to buy the…

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Eating Fish During Pregnancy May Have Metabolic Benefits for Children

Eating fish when pregnant — but not too much — is linked to better metabolic health in children, researchers report. For a study in JAMA Network Open, scientists recorded fish consumption and blood mercury levels in 805 women with singleton pregnancies and then followed their children’s metabolic health for an average of eight years. They…

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Learning From a Father-Son Marathon Team

To run a Guinness world-record marathon, it may help to have a large aerobic capacity, plenty of brief tuneup races, a uniform race pace and, not least, a family member chasing you from behind or dusting you from up ahead, according to an inspiring new study of an Irish father and son who recently set…

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My Coronavirus Test: 5 Days, a Dozen Calls, Hours of Confusion

Almost a dozen calls with five health care providers over five hours. Two hours of hold music. Two hours in a hospital. Four days of anxiously checking an online portal for results. And lots of confusion. That’s the winding path through bureaucracy that took me from placing my first phone call last Wednesday to getting…

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Deliciousness Matters

Good morning. How are you holding up? Millions and millions are at home this week, sheltered in place, self-quarantined, working remotely, home-schooling, feeding one another soups and sandwiches, keeping panic at bay. Others have headed into work at the hospital or police station, the plant, the supermarket. There are people collecting garbage, building things, reporting,…

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