The Edit: When Your Diet Affects Your Social Life

Welcome to The Edit newsletter. Each week you’ll hear from college students and recent graduates about issues going on in their lives. You also may hear from me, Lindsey Underwood, editor of the newsletter. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. Before January, I hadn’t had a Krispy Kreme doughnut or Chick-fil-A nuggets…

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Off the Menu: Smorgasburg Opens Latest Outpost, in Financial District

Headliner Smorgasburg WTC A three-day trial run in November clinched this new Smorgasburg location in the shadow of the Oculus, in Lower Manhattan. More than 20 vendors are participating; most also have stands at the Smorgasburgs at East River State Park in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, on Saturdays, and in Prospect Park on Sundays. In the financial…

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Most Osteoporosis Drugs Don’t Build Bone. This One Does.

The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday approved an osteoporosis drug that represents the first new treatment approach in nearly two decades — a strategy based on a rare gene mutation in people with bones so dense that they never break. About 10 million people in the United States have osteoporosis. Worldwide, about 200 million…

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The 12 Best Cookbooks of Spring 2019

‘Aloha Kitchen: Recipes From Hawai‘i’ Image CreditSonny Figueroa/The New York Times When you think of Hawaii, you may imagine white sand beaches and palm trees. Those are nice, but a freshly fried malasada and a spam musubi are better. “Aloha Kitchen” (Ten Speed, $30) delves deep into the comforting flavors of Hawaiian cuisine, with a…

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15 Affordable Bridesmaid Dresses You Won’t Be Mad About Buying

The cost of being a bridesmaid—both emotional and financial—can be a burden. Lighten the load with an affordable bridesmaid dress that won’t gouge your wedding budget. If anything, a cheaper dress gives everyone an incentive to splurge on the destination bachelorette party. We can’t promise you they’ll be re-worn, but at under $300, they are…

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It’s No Secret: Their First Date Lasted 18 Days

Because marriage is an ever-evolving experience, we constantly shift, change and, in some cases, start over. In It’s No Secret, couples share thoughts about commitment and tell us what they have learned along the way, revealing their secret to making it work. Who Jennifer Miller, 50 and Bailey Pryor, 51. Occupation Ms. Miller is a…

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The Sweet Success of the Spiral-Cut Ham

In the 1930s, Harry J. Hoenselaar was just another ham salesman in Detroit trying to find an edge. He spent his days handing out samples of honey-glazed ham and teaching drugstore clerks how to slice it for sandwiches. Although he was a master at knifing ham from the bone, he knew there had to be…

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Modern Love: Tiny Love Stories: ‘He Left Me on April Fools’ Day’

No More We. Just I. He asked me to marry him on our first date. Over the next 25 years: We (mostly I) raised four daughters while moving between two continents, three countries and seven states. We (mostly he) gained career success, rising through the corporate ranks. We (mostly I) mourned then transitioned to life…

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Medical News Today: What to eat on a high-protein diet

People looking to lose weight often decide to adopt a high-protein diet. Eating protein helps a person feel full, which can lead to them eating fewer calories overall. High-protein diets typically include large quantities of protein and only a small amount of carbohydrate. Most people can follow a high-protein diet by eating meat, fish, dairy…

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Rosie Assoulin’s New Brand Is Basic (But in a Good Way)

When it comes to Rosie Assoulin designs, you rarely take a glance and keep it pushing. No, you stop and marvel at the intricate detailing—voluminous sleeves, tiered ruffles, whimsical patterns—that has become the cornerstone of her quirky collections. You wear a Rosie Assoulin look because you want to be noticed, plus it’ll prompt compliments from…

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