Glenda Bailey, Editor in Chief of Harper’s Bazaar, Steps Down

Glenda Bailey, the editor in chief of the luxury fashion magazine Harper’s Bazaar, will step down at the end of February. The move was announced by Hearst, the publisher of the magazine, on Wednesday. Ms. Bailey, who led Harper’s Bazaar for nearly 19 years, was one of the last in a line of fashion editors…

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Looking Toward a New Era of Australian Cuisine

In 2019, I was also assigned by Food & Wine and Travel & Leisure magazines to travel in search of the 30 best restaurants in the world. As we head into a new decade, I’ve been thinking about what makes a country particularly distinctive in the world, and where exactly Australia fits into that paradigm.…

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How to Be a Kinder Traveler

Much has been written about “hacks” when it comes to being a better traveler. Sure, snagging the best deals, efficiently navigating airports and other in-the-know tricks are important, but there’s a piece of travel that’s just as important: How to be kind. To me, that equals a better traveler. This goes beyond patience and basic…

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Depression during period: Everything you need to know

Feeling depressed before and during a menstrual period is common. Experts believe that these emotional changes occur as a result of fluctuating hormone levels. Most people who menstruate will experience some symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), including moodiness and headaches. However, some individuals can develop more severe symptoms, such as depression and anger. Hormones can…

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Nonalcoholic Cocktails’ Most Unexpected Fans: Kids

Perhaps no one had more disdain for the Shirley Temple than the person for whom the kid-friendly cocktail was named. “Those saccharine, icky drinks? I had nothing to do with [them],” the actress told NPR’s Scott Simon in the 1980s. If only she could have gone to the restaurant Fishnet in Baltimore, where the Not…

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Blood Pressure Patterns Are Different for Women

Blood pressure begins to increase at younger ages in women than in men, and it goes up at a faster rate, a new study reports. On average, women who develop heart disease are about 10 years older than men who develop it. But this report, published in JAMA cardiology, suggests that high blood pressure, one…

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This Is the Best Roast Chicken

Good morning. Melissa Clark came in this week with a beautiful new recipe for crisp-skinned Parmesan-rosemary roast chicken (above). My guess? It’s all anyone in your set will be talking about in coming days. I think you’ll want to make it tonight, or on some evening very soon. Go to! Alan Richman, meanwhile, gave us…

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Where Surgeons Don’t Bother With Checklists

Ten years ago, checklists for surgeons were all the rage. Inspired by the preflight routines of airline pilots, surgical checklists were shown to prevent tragic errors, reduce infections and save lives. Dr. Atul Gawande, a Harvard-trained surgeon, championed them in The New Yorker and wrote a book about them, “The Checklist Manifesto: How to Get…

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Run a First Marathon, and Your Arteries May Look 4 Years Younger

Complete a first marathon and rejuvenate a major artery. That is the message of an inspiring new study of novice runners and their aortas. The study finds that training for and finishing a marathon can spruce up arteries, leaving them more flexible, healthy and biologically younger than before, even if runners are older or slow.…

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59 of the Most Iconic Oscar Gowns of All Time

Every awards season, dozens of gowns roll out onto the red carpet: metallic, sheer, strapless, backless…you name it. But only a few are sartorial standouts to last the ages. From Taraji P. Henson’s new take on Old Hollywood in 2017 to Gwyneth Paltrow foreshadowing Millennial Pink in 1999, here are the most iconic dresses in…

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