Women Should Be Warned of Breast Implant Hazards, F.D.A. Says

Women considering surgery to receive breast implants should be warned of the risk of serious complications, including fatigue, joint pain and the possibility of a rare type of cancer, the Food and Drug Administration said on Wednesday. Agency officials are urging manufacturers to print a boxed warning on the packaging of the implants, and to…

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Mandla Morris, Son of Stevie Wonder, Pursues Music and Fashion

Name: Mandla Morris Age: 14 Hometown: Calabasas, Calif. Now Lives: In the same two-story modern house in Calabasas where he grew up, with his mother, Kai Millard Morris, and older brother, Kailand. Claim to Fame: Mandla is the son of Stevie Wonder and is starting to make a name for himself as a singer, TV…

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Ben Platt Reads ‘Words With (I Wish We Were More Than) Friends’

Mr. Race is the director of the Purdue University Press. Stay tuned after Mr. Platt’s reading to hear more from him, Mr. Race and the Modern Love editor Daniel Jones.

You Got a Brain Scan at the Hospital. Someday a Computer May Use It to Identify You.

Thousands of people have received brain scans, as well as cognitive and genetic tests, while participating in research studies. Though the data may be widely distributed among scientists, most participants assume their privacy is protected because researchers remove their names and other identifying information from their records. But could a curious family member identify one…

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Medical News Today: What to know about pica

Pica refers to when a person craves or eats nonfood items, such as paint chips or sand. Most medical guides classify pica as an eating disorder. Some women may develop pica during pregnancy. People with pica crave or eat a wide variety of nonfood items. Many will crave a specific type of item. Common cravings…

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Trans Fats, Bad for the Heart, May Be Bad for the Brain as Well

Trans fatty acids, known to increase the risk for heart disease, stroke and diabetes, have now been linked to an increased risk for dementia. Researchers measured blood levels of elaidic acid, the most common trans fats, in 1,628 men and women 60 and older and free of dementia. Over the following 10 years, 377 developed…

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Medical News Today: What is apraxia?

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One Family Built Forever 21, and Fueled Its Collapse

When Forever 21 filed for bankruptcy last month, the fast fashion chain described its history in documents that read, at times, like a pitch for a memoir or a Netflix special. Photos of the company’s husband and wife founders, Do Won and Jin Sook Chang, and their two daughters appeared under headings like “Forever Striving:…

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Can One LED Light Give You Perfect Skin?

The MMSphere, a ring of LED lights, casts a red glow over my face. It sits adjacent to my laptop so that as I write, research and procrastinate, I can simultaneously calm a fiery constellation of acne on my left cheek. Red light’s anti-inflammatory and collagen-building effects on the skin are well documented. But this…

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The T List: The Perfect Jeans, Rice-Cake Queso Fundido and More

Welcome to the T List, a newsletter from the editors of T Magazine. Each week, we’re sharing five things we are eating, wearing, listening to or coveting now. We hope you’ll join us for the ride. (Sign up here, if you haven’t already, and you can reach us at tlist@nytimes.com.) Eat This New York’s Latest…

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