Hair Styling & Dyeing Mistakes You Make

What are the main mistakes you make in dyeing, styling and haircare that greatly spoil your image? You will learn about them from our today’s article! Updos for short hair Do not get us wrong: short hair can and should be combed back, but it is important not to style every hair, pouring it with…

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At 16, She’s a Pioneer in the Fight to Cure Sickle Cell Disease

BOSTON — Helen Obando, a shy slip of a girl, lay curled in a hospital bed in June waiting for a bag of stem cells from her bone marrow, modified by gene therapy, to start dripping into her chest. The hope was that the treatment would cure her of sickle cell disease, an inherited blood…

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Could ‘Megxit’ Be a Royal Fairy Tale for Canada?

MONTREAL — Some have suggested they could become king and queen of Canada. Tim Hortons, the quintessentially Canadian coffee chain, offered them “free coffee for life.” Others recommended Ottawa, the nation’s sleepy capital, as a possible home, noting that, if they squinted hard enough, they could pretend the Parliament buildings were palaces. Prince Harry and…

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Medical News Today: Flu vaccines may shrink tumors and boost cancer treatment

Recent experiments in mouse models have shown that injecting an inactivated flu virus into cancer tumors makes them shrink and boosts the effectiveness of immunotherapy. When it comes to cancer tumors, many factors influence whether or not they will respond to treatment. One of these is whether the tumors are «hot» or «cold.» What does…

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The Little Tastes of Normalcy on a Trip Around the World

Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how our journalism comes together. “I could have sworn I was in Tunisia, but wait: It’s snowing and those are church bells and — oh, right. I’m in Russia now.” These conversations were regularly occurring in my head by the…

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Zegna’s Indian Ambitions

Raghavendra Rathore, the Indian designer known for his ability to translate his country’s traditional men’s wear for a global elite, was on top of a mountain in his native state of Rajasthan when his phone rang. Ermenegildo Zegna, the Italian men’s wear and manufacturing behemoth, wanted to purchase a minority stake in the business. “You…

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‘Techlash’ Hits College Campuses

In 2006, Google bought YouTube for more than $1 billion, Apple was preparing to announce the first iPhone, and the American housing bubble began to deflate. Claire Stapleton, then a senior at the University of Pennsylvania, faced the same question over and over: What did she plan to do with that English degree? She flirted,…

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Medical News Today: Could probiotics benefit cats?

Probiotic supplements have become increasingly popular in the United States, and a recent study asks whether cats could benefit from them. Though the results hint at certain benefits, the authors call for more work. Now available in a range of products, including drinks, breakfast cereals, and yogurts, probiotics promise improved digestive and overall health. However,…

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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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