Medical News Today: How to recognize the symptoms of diabetes

Type 1 and type 2 diabetes limit the body’s ability to control the amount of glucose, or sugar, in the blood. Both types of diabetes present similar symptoms, so knowing the signs of each can help a person seek immediate and appropriate care. The two primary types of diabetes are called type 1 and type…

Details

Off the Menu: TabeTomo, Serving Tsukemen Ramen, Opens in the East Village

Headliner TabeTomo People line up for ramen all the time. But in Los Angeles and Hawaii, they’ll evidently wait hours for tsukemen, a style of ramen invented in Tokyo that involves serving the noodles and broth in separate bowls so you can dip one into the other. It’s not new in New York; Masaharu Morimoto’s…

Details

All the Pretty Horses! A Carousel at Art Basel

With much public attention gobbled up by politically sensational works at last year’s Whitney Biennial, the art of Raúl de Nieves felt like a calming counterweight. His uplifting, beautiful panorama of 18 stained-glass-like works covering a wall of windows was an aesthetic argument for violins over violence. But on Tuesday at the Faena Hotel in…

Details

Meet the Cookiers, Home Bakers With a Bond Stronger Than Royal Icing

HOLLADAY, Utah — Ten years ago, Georganne Bell was a lonely Army wife stationed in South Korea with two small children and an oven so small she couldn’t fit a 9-by-11-inch cake pan into it. Baking cakes had always been her creative outlet, but without a decent oven all she could make were cookies. They…

Details

How to Decorate a Sugar Cookie Like a Pro

Decorating sugar cookies like a pro takes a lot of practice, but even novices can feel like they nailed it with a few insider tips gathered from some of the top cookiers in the country. (Find more tips in our guide to making sugar cookies.) 1. Master Icing Consistency The biggest decorating mistake is icing…

Details

Restaurant Review: The Four Seasons Returns. But Can It Come Back?

There is a good case to be made for not reviewing the newly relocated Four Seasons Restaurant at all but just leaving it on the slush pile, and that case can be found in court records involving Julian Niccolini. Mr. Niccolini has operated the restaurant with Alex von Bidder since the mid-1990s, first at its…

Details

Presenting ELLE’s 24 Days of Gifts

Honestly, it’s never too late to buy the perfect gift. Even after the big day, no one will turn up their nose at a nicely wrapped, superbly picked present. With the holidays creeping closer every moment, we’re helping you tick off some gift-buying boxes on your to-do list (or just inspiring some personal retail envy).…

Details

Unhitched: Redux: Older, Wiser and Still Very Much in Love

In Unhitched, couples tell the stories of their relationships, from romance to vows to divorce to life afterward. An early marriage led to a quick divorce and it took decades, and several more marriages, for this Texas couple to find their way back to each other. The difficult childhoods and lack of relationship skills thwarted…

Details

No Cash, No Heart. Transplant Centers Need to Know You Can Pay.

When Patrick Mannion heard about the Michigan woman denied a heart transplant because she couldn’t afford the anti-rejection drugs, he knew what she was up against. On social media posts of a letter that went viral last month, Hedda Martin, 60, of Grand Rapids, was informed that she was not a candidate for a heart…

Details

Lili Reinhart Turns 3 Classic Jackets Into the Ultimate Breakup Attire for Ilaria Urbinati x the Mighty Company’s Campaign

Riverdale star Lili Reinhart is continuing her foray into fashion. After appearing in H&M Studio’s campaign earlier this fall, Reinhart is the face of stylist Ilaria Urbinati and the Mighty Company’s Breakup Collection. Urbinati and The Mighty Company’s Jessie Willner designed three luxury galactic-inspired jackets for the brand that takes the common breakup expression «I…

Details