Why Self-Care Isn’t Selfish

Day 4 Lean In to Self-Care Self-care is different for everyone. Here are five self-care exercises to help you make yourself a top priority in 2021. Choose one or try them all. Give the best hours of your day to yourself: Dr. Groppel often advises clients to map out a typical day, from dawn until…

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Inside the Drew Barrymore Talk Show

Oh, the stains. The staaaains! It’s the stains that truly obsess Drew Barrymore. “I’m a stan for stains,” she said on a recent episode of “The Drew Barrymore Show,” her syndicated talk show that premiered nationally in mid-September. Not that she knew what a “stan”— a portmanteau of ‘“stalker” and “fan” — actually was, which…

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Why You Should Follow the Recipe

Good morning. I spend a lot of time telling you recipes don’t matter. I know that if you’re cooking a lot and you’re confident and you understand triangulations of sweet, salt, acid and heat that you don’t even need recipes, just prompts. We call those prompts no-recipe recipes, and in a couple of months you’ll…

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Pandemic Dressing Takes a Dark Turn

I don’t really remember when I pulled the black Everlane pants out of the drawer and onto my body. Was it spring, after the lockdown started and we were still doing videoconference happy hours for fun? Or the summer, when the rhythms of remote work seemed to settle in? Or the fall, when I began…

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House Hunting in France: A Soaring Paris Loft With Gustave Eiffel Ceilings

A Sun-Drenched Two-Bedroom Loft in Paris $2.4 MILLION (1.98 MILLION EUROS) This renovated industrial loft, built in 1900 in the Charonne Quarter of Paris’s eastern 20th arrondissement, served as truck garage and an acoustic speaker factory before being fully renovated and converted to a residence in 2011 by its current owner. The two-bedroom, 2,530-square-foot space…

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Pop Stars Like Cozy Stuff, Too

When the musician Shirley Manson, of the band Garbage, visited Graceland on her first tour of the U.S., she had a special souvenir in mind. “I wanted Elvis Presley toilet paper,” she said over the phone with a deep laugh. “I went to the gift shop and scoured the whole place and I couldn’t find…

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It’s a New Year in the Garden, Too: Time for Some Resolutions

A beloved small tree died last year and, once again, the garden-as-Buddha offered the same message it always does when delivering a loss: “Let it go.” The red buckeye (Aesculus pavia) had come by mail from across the country decades ago, a tiny whip of a thing, its root system confined to a cardboard tube…

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Second doses have begun for the earliest U.S. vaccine recipients.

After Sandra Lindsay became the first person in the United States to receive a Covid-19 vaccination outside a clinical trial, something unexpected happened: She acquired a fan club. Half a dozen inspired youngsters in Lee, N.H., ranging in age from 8 to 12, each sent Ms. Lindsay a letter praising her for leading the way.…

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Set Your Exercise Goals High, but Not Too High

They began by recruiting 20 overweight, adult men and women who were, at the start, inactive but healthy enough to walk. They outfitted the volunteers with activity trackers and asked them to continue their normal lives for two weeks, while the researchers established their baseline step counts, which turned out to average about 5,000 steps…

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CytoDel announces successful intra-neuronal antibody delivery without a viral vector

New York City, January 6, 2021 — CytoDel, Inc. («CytoDel» or «the Company»), a privately-held corporation, today announces the publication of preclinical data on the Company’s lead product, Cyto-111, in the peer-reviewed journal, Science Translational Medicine. The complete text of the article titled, «Neuronal Delivery of Antibodies has Therapeutic Effects in Animal Models of Botulism,»…

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