Food That’s a Business and a Comfort

This article is part of Owning the Future, a series on how small businesses across the country are coping with the coronavirus pandemic. Azalina Eusope cries every day. “But the food comforts me,” said the 41-year-old chef and owner of Azalina’s, a Malaysian restaurant business in San Francisco. “Ten years ago, my business started off…

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Lauren and Cameron Are Not Afraid of Tough Conversations

Most of us have come to expect reality television stars to be anything but real. Yet Lauren Speed, 34, and Cameron Hamilton, 29, Atlanta-based newlyweds who became breakout stars on the hit Netflix dating show, “Love Is Blind,” have proven to be the real deal. Since their TV debut earlier this year, where they got…

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Missing Those Old Familiar Places

OK, I’ve finally gone around the bend. I’m sitting in my Manhattan studio and listening to the “Colonel Bogey March” from “The Bridge on the River Kwai” on YouTube. I’m checking out other Mitch Miller hits that were on some record my parents had more than a half-century ago. I’m even singing along to old…

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Adolescents from disadvantaged neighborhoods show gene regulation differences

DURHAM, N.C. — The neighborhood a child grows up in may influence their health for years to come in previously invisible ways. A long-term study of 2,000 children born in England and Wales and followed to age 18 found that young adults raised in communities marked by more economic deprivation, physical dilapidation, social disconnection and…

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Environmental conditions found to affect stability of virus that causes COVID-19

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — A new study led by Marshall University researcher M. Jeremiah Matson found that environmental conditions affect the stability of the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) in human nasal mucus and sputum. Matson, the lead author on a study published earlier this month as an early release in Emerging Infectious Diseases,…

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Babies with COVID-19 tend to have mild illness, mostly with fever

A report from Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago shows that infants under 90 days of age who tested positive for COVID-19 tend to be well, with little or no respiratory involvement. Fever was often found to be the primary or only symptom. Findings were published in The Journal of Pediatrics. «While…

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New adjuvant successful in extending immunity against HIV

ATLANTA — Researchers at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center and the Emory Vaccine Center (EVC) are first to show a new adjuvant, 3M-052, helps induce long-lasting immunity against HIV. The study results are published today in Science Immunology. In this pre-clinical study that included 90 rhesus monkeys, the researchers showed 3M-052, a new, synthetic…

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