Purdue Pharma and Sacklers Reach $270 Million Settlement in Opioid Lawsuit

Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin, and its owners, the Sackler family, agreed to pay $270 million to avoid going to a state court trial over the company’s role in the opioid addiction epidemic that has killed more than 200,000 Americans over the past two decades. The payment, negotiated to settle a case brought by…

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What Happens if Obamacare Is Struck Down?

The Affordable Care Act was already in peril after a federal judge in Texas invalidated the entire law late last year. But the stakes ramped up again this week, when President Trump’s Justice Department announced it had changed its position and agreed with the judge that the entire law, not just three pieces of it,…

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13 Full-Coverage Swimsuits, Because Not Everyone Is Down For Cheeky Bikinis

Maybe it’s Instagram, but sometime in the past three or four years it seems like everyone’s started wearing thong bikinis. Wedgies may be in, but some of us want out. So we’ve got you covered—literally. Shop 13 modest swimsuits (with full coverage bottoms!) that are still wildly cute, ahead. The Alison One-Piece Courtesy Solid and…

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Modern Love: Tiny Love Stories: ‘20 Years in the Friend Zone’

A Long To-Do List The night you were discharged from the clinic where we had been both patient and prisoner, you tried to throw yourself into blinding headlights. Days later, I visited you in a new white room. You showed me a list of things you wanted to do. It was long, and I was…

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The Return of a Magazine That Changed Culture

Image The staff of The Face, including Stuart Brumfitt, the editor (in the yellow pullover), and Jason Gonsalves, the brand director (in the yellow beanie). CreditTom Jamieson for The New York Times In the January 1999 issue of The Face, a British style magazine, there was an anonymous letter from a gay closeted 17-year-old schoolboy.…

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What Is ‘Us’ About? Here Are Some of the More Interesting Theories

Is Jordan Peele’s “Us” a metaphor for our politically polarized moment, a rallying cry for the dispossessed 99 percent or simply a nifty home-invasion movie? This horror hit from the director of “Get Out” is designed to keep audiences guessing, and each viewer is likely to leave with his or her own interpretation of what…

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Medical News Today: Is it safe to take Humira and alcohol together?

Many doctors consider it safe for people to drink alcohol in moderation while taking Humira. However, there is little research into how alcohol and Humira interact, so researchers may not yet know the risks. According to Humira’spatient information sheets, «There are no particular risks associated with alcohol when you are taking HUMIRA.» Adalimumab (Humira) is…

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It’s No Secret: She Developed a Filter. He Became More Outgoing.

Because marriage is an ever-evolving experience, we constantly shift, change and, in some cases, start over. In It’s No Secret, couples share thoughts about commitment and tell us what they have learned along the way. Who Rose Mandelsberg, 62, and Raphael Weiss, 60. Occupations She is a former editor in chef of True Detective magazine.…

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