High-Dose Vitamin D No Better Than Low-Dose

Image Low blood levels of vitamin D are tied to bone loss that can lead to falls and fractures. But taking vitamin D supplements in high doses showed no benefits over low-dose vitamin D, a randomized trial found. The study, in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, included 379 British men and women whose average…

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17 Winter Work Dresses That Don’t Require a Desk Blanket

We love a dress year round, so of course we’re forcing them into our winter work wardrobe. Strategically reach for heavier fabrics, renew your obsession with long sleeves, and stock up on Uniqlo’s Heattech tights (seriously, they’re warmer than pants). Shop 17 work dresses that will help you survive the cold without sacrificing style, ahead.

Sleeping Less Than 6 Hours a Night Tied to Heart Disease

Image Sleeping less than six hours a night, and sleeping poorly, are associated with hardening of the arteries, a new study has found. Researchers used accelerometers attached to the waists of 3,974 healthy men and women, average age 46, to monitor the duration and quality of their sleep over seven nights. All underwent physical exams…

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Wedding album: Real Wedding-Day Looks From Our Couples

A custom bridal jumpsuit. Two matching, dazzling dinner jackets. A nontraditional marigold gown. The men and women featured in our wedding announcements wore wedding outfits that told many stories. Here is a selection of photographs from their weddings, with details on where they purchased their outfits and why. Image Nicholas Hovsepian and Robert Postotnik on…

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The New Mom Uniform of Park Slope

In the 1950s, women across the country wore practical, button-down housedresses with tight waists and deep pockets. In the ’80s, shoulder pads were a symbol of power in the workplace, but also up and down supermarket aisles. In the aughts, moms (and their daughters) wore a whole lot of Juicy Couture velour sweatsuits. For years,…

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They Been Trill. Now the Rest of the World Is, Too.

PARIS — “We all started off envisioning ourselves as a boy band,” Heron Preston said. He, Virgil Abloh and Matthew Williams: They were young, hungry and marketing-savvy, working behind the scenes — for Kanye, for Nike — and ricocheting around the periphery of fashion and music in the hazy days of the 2010s. Under the…

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At Givenchy, a Slithery Rock Look

PARIS — Morning in the Givenchy couture salons on Avenue George V. The herringbone floors have been laid with enough baby’s breath to fill out all the bouquets in Manhattan, though the sprays have been liberally spritzed with Givenchy fragrance; baby’s breath itself doesn’t smell of much. Clare Waight Keller, Givenchy’s artistic director, has haute…

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The Artist Who Cooks Lunch for His Studio (Almost) Every Day

For the mixed-media artist Xavier Veilhan, the studio is not only a place of work, it is also a place for living. While he notes that many of his peers in the visual-art world have rejected the convention of the studio to “work on airplanes and outsource their production,” he has adopted the opposite approach:…

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Unbuttoned: New York’s Lost Department Stores

On Saturday, Henri Bendel, the department store whose brown and white stripes once defined the concept of the boutique as a carnival of gewgaws and glamour, will shut its doors for the last time. It has been a slow farewell, 24 stores blinking out like fireflies since the start of the year, culminating with the…

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