Los Angeles Times Will Revive Its Separate Food Section

The Los Angeles Times said Tuesday that it would resume publishing a stand-alone print section dedicated to food, and that it had added new staff members to fill its pages. The moves come as a rare bright spot in a season of layoffs and consolidation in American journalism. The newspaper ceased printing a food section…

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These Levi’s Jeans Are So High-Rise I Forgot My Belly Button Existed

When it comes to denim, I’m pro high-rise. The mid-aughties obsession with super low jeans gives me anxiety and looking back at those four-inch rises makes me cringe. The style belonged to Britney Spears’ abs, people who never regretted their bedazzled navel piercings, and 13-year-old me—though I probably I had no business wearing them. And…

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CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK: How to Complain at a Restaurant? Just Ask Our Critic

Need opinions on where to eat? They’re easy to find these days, as consumers from around the globe fire off countless raves and pans about every known restaurant, cafe, chili counter, falafel cart and crêperie, not to mention post offices and jails. These mash notes and spitballs rain down endlessly not just from traditional review…

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Screen Use at Bedtime May Impair Children’s Quality of Life

Using screens before bedtime impairs children’s sleep and may diminish their quality of life. British researchers studied 6,616 children, average age 12, who reported their use of screens — mobile phone, tablet, e-reader, computer, portable media player, television or game console — during the hour before bedtime. They also filled out a well-validated 10-item questionnaire…

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When Religion Leads to Trauma

“We think of church as a place of healing and transformation, and it is,” says Michael Walrond Jr., co-pastor of the First Corinthian Baptist Church in Harlem. But for some, he says, “religion has been more bruising and damaging than healing and transformative.” Pastor Mike, as he is called, leads services in a renovated art…

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The Fix: Bringing the Living Room to Life

The walls have been painted, the rugs rolled out and the furniture installed. So why doesn’t the living room feel finished? Because it isn’t. What it needs are decorative accessories — pillows and throws, trays and bowls, stacks of books, maybe a plant or two — to make it look interesting and inviting. “A room…

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New York Men’s Fashion Week: Bruised, but Still in the Ring

Barely three years after New York Fashion Week: Men’s made its debut as a stand-alone celebration of all things sartorial and male, the bold experiment has fizzled. Inaugurated in 2015 as a move by the Council of Fashion Designers of America to showcase homegrown designers and align their schedules with the nearly monthlong schedule of…

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Training the prescriber

IMAGE: This is the rate of opioid prescriptions for n number of pills written before and after intervention, all lumbar spine surgeries (decompression and fusion), p < 0.001. view more  Credit: © 2018 American Association of Neurological Surgeons. CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (FEBRUARY 5, 2019). As we all know, opioid addiction in the US has reached epidemic proportions.…

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