Emily Kaplan, David Rosenberg

Emily Alice Kaplan and David Zvi Rosenberg are to be married Jan. 19 at 99 Scott, an events space in Brooklyn. Rabbi Robert N. Levine is to officiate and lead the ceremony with Rabbi Dr. Reuven Leigh. Ms. Kaplan, 32, is a vice president and a specialist in the postwar and contemporary art department at…

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China Reports 17 New Cases of Mysterious Virus

BEIJING — The Chinese authorities on Sunday said that 17 more people had been infected with a mysterious new virus, adding to concerns about the spread of the illness ahead of China’s busiest travel season. The health commission in Wuhan, a central city, said in a statement that the infected people began showing symptoms of…

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Love in the Time of Trump: How Do You Approach Politics on Dating Apps?

Americans are watching an impeachment trial against their president unfold, just as the country prepares for the Democratic primaries and caucuses. We’re living in an era of heightened politics and divisiveness, and, for many, where you stand politically can feel as important a part of your identity as your religion or profession. Enter dating apps.…

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Pledging to Go Vegan, at Least for January

It would be his last slice of cheesy pizza, so he ate three on New Year’s Eve. The next morning, Danny Swift, 25, a data scientist who lives in Manhattan, woke up hung over but determined to go vegan. “I was starting to feel like a hypocrite for being a vegetarian for ethical reasons, but…

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Medical News Today: Common foods alter gut bacteria by influencing viruses

A group of researchers has brought the idea of food as a medicine one step closer. They have identified certain common foodstuffs that alter our microbiome. In science today, food and gut bacteria are two topics that are guaranteed to fuel interest and debate. Both, of course, are interrelated, and a new study focuses on…

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Politics Aside, a Win for Both in the Senate Softball League

Kate Hannah Henjum and Bill Gephart Jaffee were married Jan. 18 at the Minikahda Club in Minneapolis. Kate White, an aunt of the groom who became a Universal Life minister for the event, officiated. The bride, who is 24 and taking her husband’s name, is a program manager for the energy and environment program at…

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The Right Words Came Easy

Rebecca Rose Nelson and Stanley Justin Kay were married Jan. 18 at the Addison in Boca Raton, Fla. Rabbi David Englander officiated. The bride, 28, is a freelance writer in New York and has written for The Washington Post magazine, Elle, GQ and other publications. She graduated from Northwestern. She is the daughter of Janice…

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Medical News Today: How long does molly stay in your system?

Molly, which is another name for the drug MDMA, typically stays in a person’s system for several days. The exact length of time depends on several factors, including the person’s metabolism and the amount of the drug they have taken. Different drug tests have different detection periods. Some tests can detect molly for only a…

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Adnexal mass: What to know

Adnexal masses are lumps that occur in the adnexa of the uterus, which includes the uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes. They have several possible causes, which can be gynecological or nongynecological. An adnexal mass could be: A family doctor can usually manage benign masses. However, prepubescent and postmenopausal individuals will need to see a gynecologist…

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