First We Take Kamakura

Hanon, a new Japanese restaurant in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, has created two new recipes for udon noodles, each a bit out of the ordinary. The lighter ones are zenryufun, or whole-wheat, made with some wheat germ and bran. Ground bamboo leaves and barley shoots are added to the dough to produce the green noodles, called sasauchi.

What’s First on the Wedding Planner? The Dentist for Some

Alexandra Butsko of Suffern, N.Y., will be a smiling bride on her wedding day, but only after her braces come off. “When I met my fiancé, I felt uncomfortable with my smile,” said Ms. Butsko, a 25-year-old hairdresser. “When he actually proposed to me, the first thing that came to mind was, ‘Oh my God,…

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Sleep apnea and cancer: Is there a link, and in what cases?

A study looking at the data of thousands of participants suggests that there may be a link between severe sleep apnea and the likelihood of developing cancer. However, this link appears to be stronger in women. There may be a link between sleep apnea and cancer, and research has identified it predominantly in women. According…

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Streetwear Is Still Hot. Influencers, a Survey Says, Are Not.

Image Zani Bici at the opening of the Supreme store in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, in 2017. A new report seeks to explain the success of streetwear.CreditRebecca Smeyne for The New York Times A new survey of a large number of streetwear enthusiasts suggests that the influence of influencers has been wildly overstated. Only a third of…

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Brain study may explain why depression is more common in women

Researchers have scanned the brains of 115 participants and found that inflammation can lead to a loss of pleasure — called anhedonia — in women but not in men. Women have depression at a ‘far greater rate than men,’ and new research helps explain why. Depression, the «leading cause of disability worldwide,» is far more…

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How to Fall in Love with Your Husband Again?

Not a single bride thinks that she will have to fall in love again, while she is tenderly preparing for the wedding. What she cannot imagine is falling in love with the man who will soon become her legal spouse. But in every marriage, a woman eventually comes up with a thought: where is the…

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6 Tips on How to Live Down Separation and Leave It Behind

A separation can be a very devastating thing leaving you down – and there are often aggravating circumstances adding to the pain. Yet there are ways to diminish your agony and make the separation process run smoother. If the breakup was unexpected, or you had entered upon the relationship rather precipitately, you may be left…

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On Location: A Connecticut Retreat Designed to Attract Houseguests

When Manhattanites Matt Rappoport and Beno Varela began looking for a new home in Connecticut, they had mixed feelings about making the move. Mr. Rappoport, an attorney, was ready to leave his job at a large law firm, and Dr. Varela, a gastroenterologist, had found a practice he planned to join in Hamden, Conn. But…

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Road Tripping With Diana Kennedy

SAN ANTONIO — In a quiet strip mall off highway 85, the British-born author Diana Kennedy stepped out of the car and into a hot parking lot, cursing. Not so long ago, Ms. Kennedy practically lived on the road, traveling the Mexican countryside in her pickup truck to research her cookbooks. But now that she…

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