Restaurant Review: Seafood From Two Tapas Masters at Saint Julivert Fisherie

Alex Raij and Eder Montero met while working in the kitchen of a sprawling, impersonal, gloomy modern-Spanish restaurant that lasted about two years. They went on to get married and, as joint chefs and owners, opened a string of compact, intimate, slinky modern-Spanish restaurants that are still in business. Their one misfire was a small,…

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Medical News Today: Study finds 5 types of alcohol use disorder that vary with age

New research reveals five types of excessive drinking and shows which type is more prevalent at certain ages. According to new research, there are five types of problematic drinking. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), approximately 16 million individuals living in the United States have alcohol use disorder (AUD). Experts describe AUD as…

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A Huppah Just for You (Your Style, Personality and Budget)

When they married last March, Melisa and Justin Monempour stood under an elaborate huppah, which included a 10-by-12-foot flower wall drenched in white roses, hydrangeas and orchids. “I didn’t want to have a basic cookie-cutter wedding,” said Ms. Monempour, 34, who owns Links Translating Services, a language interpreting company in Los Angeles. “I tried coming…

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The new york times for kids: 48 of the Coolest Kids in New York

This fall, I set out to photograph some of the most stylish kids in the city for The New York Times for Kids. I regularly shoot street style photos outside fashion shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris, seeking out the best-dressed people who are there to admire and critique designers. This time I…

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The New Health Care: How Pollution Can Hurt the Health of the Economy

Image Berkeley Pit in Butte, Mont., is a former open-pit copper mine, so notoriously polluted that it has become something of a tourist attraction.CreditWalter Hinick/The Montana Standard, via Associated Press One argument for rolling back environmental regulations — as is occurring under the Trump administration — is that a lighter touch on industry will lift…

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Breast cancer: Tumor growth fueled by bone marrow cells

New research, published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine, reveals a novel mechanism that fuels tumor growth in breast cancer and may have a negative impact on a person’s outlook. However, the findings might also help scientists develop individually tailored treatments that target breast cancer tumors more precisely. Breast cancer tumors need fibroblast cells from…

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Only Romaine From Central and Northern California Is Unsafe, F.D.A. Says

WASHINGTON — It’s O.K. to eat romaine lettuce again, federal health officials said on Monday — as long as you’re sure it wasn’t grown on California’s north and central coast. The Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said investigators had traced the romaine lettuce associated with an outbreak of…

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Medical News Today: What to know about appendectomy

An appendectomy is the surgical removal of the appendix. It is a common procedure that surgeons usually carry out on an emergency basis. The appendix is a small pouch that does not perform any vital functions in the body. However, it is close to the large intestine and is sometimes vulnerable to infection due to…

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