The EDIT: What’s a ‘Normal’ Family, Anyway?

Welcome to The Edit. Each week in our newsletter, you’ll hear from college students and recent graduates about issues going on in their lives. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. It’s a typical Thursday night and my family is gathered in the kitchen of my childhood home. There’s me, freshly returned from…

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How Trump’s Latest Plan to Cut Drug Prices Will Affect You

The Trump administration has made lowering drug prices one of its top priorities, and last week it unveiled a proposal that could vastly rewrite the way drugs are sold in the United States. The proposal takes aim at the secret deals that drug companies strike with pharmacy benefit managers, the industry intermediaries that negotiate the…

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BAZAAR Bride Is the Ultimate Membership for the Newly Engaged

Getty ImagesLudovica Bastianini / EyeEm After three years of weddings on BAZAAR.com, we’ve seen some of the most incredible gowns and weddings on earth—from Haute Couture masterpieces in Paris to weeklong celebrations in India with celebrity performances. We have also seen what happens when Pinterest goes too far and trends take over: Basic, all-white weddings;…

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Relationship Advice From Two Who Have Withstood the Test of Time and Rhyme

Attention, couples everywhere: We’ve got some relationship advice from a New York couple who will share a familiar table in Midtown Manhattan tonight, celebrating their 20th anniversary. Beyoncé and Jay-Z? Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick? Jessica and Jerry Seinfeld? Nope. Nope. Nope. Mike Breen and Walt Frazier (known as Clyde)? Yep and yep. However,…

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A New Breed of Hunters Focuses on the Food

WASHINGTON’S BIRTHPLACE, Va. — It was cold crouching down in this homemade goose blind on the edge of a frozen cornfield near the Potomac River. The early-morning January sun gave off considerably less heat than a light bulb. All we had to eat was a communal bag of venison jerky, a satsuma and, eventually, the…

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Modern Love: Tiny Love Stories: ‘Who Are You Sleeping With?’

More Than Broken Kitchenware Our first night living together, Steve accidentally broke my small colander. It was the first purchase I’d made for my college-bound self the summer after my mother’s suicide. I had coped with her death with a controlled self-sufficiency. Watching that piece of plastic fly out of Steve’s hands and crack on…

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Medical News Today: Which herbs help reduce inflammation?

Many herbal remedies could have anti-inflammatory properties. However, the evidence to support the majority of these claims is lacking. Inflammation is the body’s primary defense mechanism against infections, wounds, and other forms of harm. However, inflammation itself can be harmful in some cases. For example, many conditions can cause inflammation to remain elevated, resulting in…

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No Regrets: Partying During the Polar Vortex

The temperature was stuck at 14 degrees, but the fashion tribe, it seems, doesn’t need to burn calories to generate heat. Last Thursday night, 70 members of the fashion elite attended a preview of L’Avenue, a clubby Parisian restaurant that has been transported to the eighth and ninth floors of Saks Fifth Avenue in Midtown…

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Kith’s New Collaboration Takes Versace to the Streets

Kith is far from just another hype retailer. Ronnie Fieg, founder of the streetwear powerhouse, has logged big-name collaborations with the likes of Adidas, Ugg, and Coca Cola. Today the brand marks its first foray into the world of luxury announcing the Kith x Versace range that features Versace’s iconic prints and logos, reimagined through…

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