Medical News Today: What to know about Marijuana detox

Marijuana contains many compounds, including tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). These compounds remain in the system after use, but many factors can affect how long they stay there. This can influence the length and side effects of the marijuana detox process. THC and CBD attach to the same cannabinoid receptors as endocannabinoids, which are chemicals…

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A Festive Cake With a Big Reveal

LONDON — There’s a lot of wrapping up going on at this time of the year. Presents get wrapped up as we prepare for the holidays. The year gets wrapped up in advance of a new one just around the corner. (Even our bodies get wrapped up as the temperature drops.) Whatever we’re wrapping up, for…

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361 Days of Christmas

Deep in the huge stockroom of Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland, a holiday supercenter about 80 miles north of Detroit, a man named Jason was assembling a 17-foot Santa. Each body part, painted bright red and black, hung from a hook in the ceiling like a cow carcass in a meat locker. Wayne Bronner, 67, the chief…

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What Exactly Is a Modern Farmhouse?

We are living in the age of the Modern Farmhouse. This is why so many of our kitchens have apron sinks, Shaker cabinets and industrial lighting, whether the home is a prewar apartment in Manhattan or a split-level in Mamaroneck. A dining room wouldn’t be complete without a table made of reclaimed wood, perhaps from…

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An Interiors Photographer Shares His Favorite Images of the Decade

As a young man, the Irish photographer Simon Watson thought he’d like to be a painter. Today, his affinity for that medium is still evident in many of his photographs. His portraits and interior images, especially, suggest the influence of Northern Renaissance painters. “I choose lenses based on how van Eyck would see something,” Watson…

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36 Hours in King’s Cross, London

When I was young I liked to read about cities I never dreamed I’d visit. And that’s how I fell in love with the name of the London train station and neighborhood known as King’s Cross — or “King’s X,” as this most English of place-names was sometimes gracefully abbreviated. But when I first moved…

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When ‘Low-Key’ Meets ‘Adventurous’

The words “Happily Ever After, Starring Nikki & Gary — November 16, 2019,” filled the marquee at the Loew’s Jersey Theater in Jersey City, N.J., where the stage had been set for Nikole Klarberg to marry Gary Schneider in the place where Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby and Duke Ellington once performed. An audience of family…

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In a Work Toilet, How Close Is, Uh, Too Close?

Send questions about the office, money, careers and work-life balance to workfriend@nytimes.com. Include your name and location, even if you want them withheld. Letters may be edited. An Even More Traumatic Public Bathroom My 50-person team got relocated to a new floor in our building, and the bathroom situation is curiously abysmal. There are two,…

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My Brother, the Traveler

“You’ve been a traveler,” my brother James said, confident that I understood why he was riding the rails that summer. Mist from the fountain beside Trinity Church blew on our faces. Like two weathervanes, we both turned to face into it. He was in Boston for the night and planned to hop another train just…

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