To Love, in Fitness and Health

Lyudmila Bouzinova and Jonathan Pearlman are to be married Jan. 12 at the Vizcaya Museum & Gardens in Miami. Rabbi David Englander is to officiate. The bride, 33, and groom, 31, are co-founders of Mission Lean, a fitness and nutrition brand in Boca Raton, Fla., that focuses on functional training and lean body fitness, with…

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China Reports First Death From New Virus

HONG KONG — Chinese state media on Saturday reported the first known death from a new virus that has infected dozens of people across Asia. The Xinhua news agency cited the health commission in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, where the illness first appeared, in reporting the death. The health commission said the patient,…

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Georges Duboeuf, Creator of the Beaujolais Nouveau Craze, Dies at 86

Georges Duboeuf, who transformed a quaint Beaujolais harvest ritual celebrating the year’s first wine into the global phenomenon of Beaujolais Nouveau, in the process turning his family’s small business into a worldwide powerhouse, died on Jan. 4 at his home in Romanèche-Thorins, France. He was 86. His son, Franck, said the cause was a stroke.…

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Medical News Today: 7 causes of anal bumps

A variety of factors can cause one or more bumps to form on the anus. The anus is the endpoint of the gastrointestinal, or GI, tract. It is where stool exits the body. A person may wish to better understand their symptoms by touching the anus and surrounding area. It is crucial to wash the…

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Alcohol Deaths Have Risen Sharply, Particularly Among Women

The number of women drinking dangerous amounts of alcohol is rising sharply in the United States. That finding was among several troubling conclusions in an analysis of death certificates published Friday by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. The analysis looked at deaths nationwide each year from 1999 through 2017 that were reported…

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Trump Administration Says Obamacare Lawsuit Can Wait Until After the Election

ImageA three-judge panel from the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last month that the individual mandate was unconstitutional, but declined to say what should happen to the rest of the Affordable Care Act. Credit…Edmund D. Fountain for The New York Times The Trump administration came into office with its top legislative priority clear: Repeal the…

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Medical News Today: Cardiomyopathy: What to know

Cardiomyopathy is a disease that involves a weakened heart muscle. The condition makes it difficult for the heart to pump blood throughout the body. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), cardiomyopathy may occur in as many as 1 in 500 people, but it frequently goes undiagnosed. Cardiomyopathy can develop over time,…

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7 Best Foods for Students’ Brain: Boost Your Memory and Concentration

College life is a fascinating experience with new friends, parties, learning new things and joining the community clubs, yet at the same time, there are new responsibilities with the complex assignments and exams. It puts an additional strain on student’s brains as the time schedule is changed all the time and an amount of sleep…

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Love Letter: Prince Harry and Meghan’s Royal Exit

And, in this week’s Modern Love essay, Wayne Scott reflects on the complexity of his open marriage when he and his son make a trip to the hospital — where his wife’s boyfriend is recovering from a motorcycle accident. Some couples avoid conflict, while others tackle their issues … in the shower? After nine years…

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Put These Recipes on Repeat

Hi and welcome to a very special episode of Five Weeknight Dishes: This is my last newsletter before I go on parental leave with my second child. (Surprise!) But you will be in the best of hands, far better than mine. Julia Moskin, one of my colleagues in the Food department, will be writing to…

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