What Carrie Underwood’s CALIA Activewear Line Looks Like IRL

If you follow Carrie Underwood on Instagram you’re probably obsessed with 1. her adorable son and husband and 2. all about the cute workout outfits she wears. Advertisement — Continue Reading Below Those cute clothes are from her activewear brand CALIA, which the country music singer created to, according to her website, «make it easier…

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The Best Street Style from Milan Fashion Week

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20 Wines, Each Under $20

Weeknight wines can be full of character. They can express a place, a vision and a culture just as fancy bottles left to age for years might do. Wines that can do this and still be inexpensive are great everyday wines. You will not find among this selection the great villages of Burgundy or Napa Valley.…

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Social Q’s: I’m 80 and … #MeToo

I am an 80-year-old widow. Who would think that I’d be joining #MeToo at my age? I am lucky that many of the couples my husband and I saw when he was alive have kept me in their social circle. But one man, married to a good friend, has started kissing me full on the…

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Daytime Sleepiness Tied to Brain Changes of Alzheimer’s

Advertisement Men and women who reported feeling sleepy during the day had higher levels of brain plaques. Sept. 20, 2018 Image Credit A new study links daytime sleepiness with the accumulation of the plaques in the brain that are a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease. The study, published in Sleep, included 124 mentally healthy men and…

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Exorbitant Dental Bill? Medical Insurance May Cover Some of It

Once he investigated the matter, Dr. Farrugia discovered that medical insurance could be asked to cover not just CT scans but a wide range of services regularly performed by dentists. He buried himself in the arcana of coding, ultimately writing three workbooks for dentists about medical billing. At first it was trial-and-error, and Dr. Farrugia…

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With Cultivation, Have Oysters Become Too Perfect?

Up until this point, for centuries in fact, an oyster had been a difficult thing to love. It was a food for the brave, one who dared to venture into the tangled, oddly textured, vaguely sexual, bottom-feeding realm of mollusks. They had good months and bad months. They could make us sick. If we chanced…

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Living With Cancer: Raising Awareness of BRCA Mutations

Ms. Corduck seeks to raise awareness of the vulnerability of Jewish men as well as women. Fathers like her own often carry one of the BRCA mutations that 50 percent of their male and female offspring will inherit. Men with a mutation may suffer from breast, prostate or pancreatic cancers, or melanoma triggered by it.…

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Fashion Review: Hot Pockets at Fendi

Advertisement Fashion Review Image Fendi, spring 2019.CreditCreditValerio Mezzanotti for The New York Times Sept. 20, 2018 MILAN — The women’s empowerment movement can take designers down some unexpected paths, their compasses swiveling between the magnetic poles of relevance and originality, mapping out their season with varying degrees of success. At Fendi, for example, speaking before…

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Medical News Today: Dementia: New risk factor examined

Over the years, scientists have identified a number of risk factors for dementia. However, according to the most recent study, that list might be incomplete. Understanding the risk factors for dementia is more important than ever. Dementia describes a group of symptoms that include a decline in memory and cognitive abilities. There are a number…

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