The Most Jaw-Dropping Critics’ Choice Awards Looks of All Time

On Sunday, January 12, the critical community anoints the best in film and TV at the 25th annual Critics’ Choice Awards. While the voting body decides between Marriage Story and Little Women, we review our red carpet faves. From Lady Gaga in sweeping Calvin Klein to Regina King in royal purple Michael Kors, these looks…

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These Patients Are Hard to Treat

In the quest to reduce health care spending in the United States, the idea held incredible promise: By addressing the medical and social needs of the most expensive patients, you could keep them out of the hospital. These individuals, frequently struggling with addiction or homelessness, have extremely complicated medical conditions. By finding them and connecting…

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Medical News Today: Anxiety and loss of appetite: What is the link?

Anxiety commonly causes a change in appetite. Some people with anxiety tend to overeat or consume a lot of unhealthful foods. Others, however, lose their desire to eat when they feel stressed and anxious. Anxiety is a mental health condition that affects 40 million adults in the United States each year. Changes in appetite are…

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Medical News Today: What to know about brain atrophy

Brain atrophy refers to a loss of brain cells or a loss in the number of connections between brain cells. People who experience brain atrophy typically develop poorer cognitive functioning as a result of this type of brain damage. There are two main types of brain atrophy: focal atrophy, which occurs in specific brain regions,…

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Brioni Girds for Men’s Wear Combat

FLORENCE, Italy — Consistency is a tough sell in an age of obsolescence. Say what you will about sustainability, few 21st-century habits die harder than consume and discard. Thus, when a label like Brioni decides to celebrate its 75th anniversary with an elaborately staged presentation in a Renaissance palace and follow it with a seated…

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Elizabeth Wurtzel Finally Grew Up, Like the Rest of Gen X

With Kurt Cobain, Tupac Shakur, Elliott Smith and Jeff Buckley gone, that undersized, underwhelming demographic known as Generation X was already short on idols. And after the death this past Tuesday of Elizabeth Wurtzel, the “Prozac Nation” author and 1990s-angst poster child, our confused, self-contradictory cohort may have lost the most Gen X member of…

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You Don’t Need a Recipe, Part XVII

Good morning. I was on the road the last few days and there wasn’t as much cooking as I’d have liked but the eating was grand: Josh Berry’s butter-aged steak at Union in Portland, Maine; the almond croissants Michelle Berry makes at Moonbat in Belfast; pretty much the whole menu at Jon Merry’s River House…

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Dried Fruit, Oats and Coffee: Answers to Your Sugar Questions

If you (like me) kicked off 2020 by trying to kick the sugar habit, you are probably still adjusting to this new way of eating. Added sugar lurks in so many surprising places — many foods we think of as healthful are really loaded with sugar. And food companies try to trick us by disguising…

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