Nordstrom’s New NYC Flagship Has Everything

When you think of shopping in NYC, you think of elbowing a crowd of tourists in SoHo, or living your best Breakfast At Tiffany’s life on Fifth Avenue. Nordstrom is on a mission to bring more shoppers to midtown. This week, the Seattle-based retail giant opened a 320,000 square-foot women’s flagship located just steps from…

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Medical News Today: Aplastic anemia: Everything you need to know

Aplastic anemia is a medical condition that damages stem cells in a person’s bone marrow. These cells are responsible for making red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets, which are vital to human health. Doctors believe various conditions can cause aplastic anemia, while the disease itself ranges in severity from mild to life threatening.…

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Clair Is the Kelly Blue Book For Designer Handbags

Edward BerthelotGetty Images People are shopping secondhand now more than ever. The recommerce industry has seen some major growth: ThredUp’s 2019 Resale Report gave the resale clothing market a current valuation of $24 billion, and that is projected to more than double in the next five years. In the handbag industry in particular, an Hermes…

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Medical News Today: How to treat peripheral neuropathy naturally

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Spinach Pies, and Other Reasons to Linger at Sakib

Sakib, a restaurant in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, looks like the sort of place you would pop into for a takeout order of freshly shaved shawarma piled over yellow rice. But if you did that, you wouldn’t get to taste the assortment of dips, the crisp and meaty kibbe and the trays of puffy pies shaped like…

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4 Looks That Get Us Excited for Boot Season

Anthony Xavier There are some boots that will never go out of style. This reason in itself justifies the investment—if it’s something you can wear for years, it’s absolutely worth the splurge. But how do you make something so timeless feel fresh? We asked style influencer Brittany Xavier to style four classic boot silhouettes in…

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Freshness in a Changed Climate: High Altitudes, Old Grapes

This is the third of a four-part series on winemaking and climate change. TREMP, Spain — High in the foothills of the Pyrenees, outside this small city in northwestern Catalonia, one of the most unusual vineyards in the world can be found on a plateau and descending along stony slopes. The more than 200-acre Sant…

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Your Job Will Never Love You Back

This is Megan Greenwell’s last week as your Work Friend. A newer, shinier Work Friend will debut in two weeks. Send questions to workfriend@nytimes.com. Include your name and location, even if you want them withheld. Letters may be edited. When Your Crappy Job Is Not the Real Problem I’m a litigation attorney and am absolutely…

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Fiber and Yogurt Tied to Lower Lung Cancer Risk

Eating yogurt and fiber may lower the risk for lung cancer. Fiber is the main source of prebiotics, the nondigestible foods that promote the growth of probiotics, and yogurt is a probiotic food. Scientists suspect that a healthy microbiome may explain the link. The study, in JAMA Oncology, pooled data from 10 studies of diet…

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Let’s Double Date. But Maybe Your Wife Could Stay Home?

My husband has become close friends with a man he met through work. He and his wife live nearby, and we’ve gone out with them as a couple a few times. I like my husband’s friend, but my husband and I really dislike his wife. We’ve tried, but she’s cold, rude and a Debbie Downer.…

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