Surgeons Labored to Save the Wounded in El Paso Mass Shooting

The woman, grievously wounded in the mass shooting at a Walmart, lay on an operating table at the University Medical Center of El Paso as the chief of surgery, Dr. Alan Tyroch, turned her to clean the exit wounds. He knew what to expect, but it was still a horrific sight. She had two gaping…

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Is This the Pie of the Summer?

Bacon and corn may not be as revered a summer pairing as fresh mozzarella and tomatoes or prosciutto and melon, but it has similar charms — at once savory and juicy, salty and sweet. It’s a combination I’ve used in countless chowders, pastas and quickly made salads. But for this tart, I’ve gotten slightly more…

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For Celebrity Chefs, Politics Proves Precarious

On Friday afternoon, as Stephen Ross, the billionaire real estate developer and the principal owner of the Miami Dolphins, prepared to host a high-priced fund-raiser for President Trump at his home in the Hamptons, it appeared that some celebrity chefs had failed in their efforts to persuade Mr. Ross to call it off. This week,…

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12 Cozy Slippers That Will Encourage You to Stay Inside

Courtesy It might be a Hot Girl Summer™, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t planning on Staying Inside This Summer. The beach is nice, but have you ever blasted your AC and watched the entire season of Euphoria in one sitting? That is true luxury. The next time the temperature is too hot to handle,…

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Medical News Today: What to know about split nails

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Medical News Today: Fat burning heart rate: Everything you need to know

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‘The Public Needed to See This’: Revisiting New York’s Latinx Music History

Image The exhibit “Sabor y Ritmo Antillano: N.Y.C. Latin Music Concert Posters of the 1970s & 1980s” is bringing historic Latin music posters to Harlem’s Rio II gallery.CreditKarsten Moran for The New York Times; Posters via Henry Herrera Collection El Espace is a column dedicated to news and culture relevant to Latinx communities. Expect politics,…

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Hot Cheese Summer

Do you ever feel the itch to rebel against summer cooking doctrine — the mandate to eat simply grilled fish and shaved vegetable salads — and just absolutely destroy a dish of something steaming, saucy and baked? Do you believe that melted cheese belongs to every season? Is the mozzarella stick your summer totem? I…

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A Mixed Grill to Remember

We all have recollections of exceptional dining experiences that set a benchmark for flavor. It’s funny how a memorable meal lingers in the mind. Perhaps a home cook or a restaurant somewhere made the best (fill in the blank) and, tasting it, you were taken by surprise. It was a small epiphany, a window open…

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Can the moon really influence your health?

The moon has held the human mind in its thrall since the dawn of time. Throughout the ages, peoples across the world have worshipped it as an important deity, believing it held real power to influence their lives — and their health. But is this really true? In this Spotlight feature, we investigate. Can the…

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