The Sweet Spot: My New Boyfriend Stinks (Quite Literally)

Dear Sugars, I’m a 72-year-old widow. Several months ago I started seeing a 71-year-old widower. I wasn’t looking for this relationship, but I accepted it when it came along. He is a good person, means well and enjoys his profession. But I have difficulty dealing with his various smells and his dismissiveness about matters of…

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Boîte: A Queens Bar That Serves CBD-Infused Cocktails

Image Adriaen Block, a bar and restaurant in the Astoria section of Queens.CreditStefania Curto for The New York Times There are CBD massage parlors, CBD bakeries and even CBD cafes. So it was only matter of time before a bar would join this bandwagon. Adriaen Block, which opened in August, bills itself as the first…

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Front Burner: A Runner to Smarten the Table

Skip the tablecloth, or even the place mats. These new linen runners, nearly 8-feet long (90 inches) and 16-inches wide, will smarten your holiday table the way a great belt or tie might enhance your outfit. They come in autumnal tones — “merlot” and “curry” — with contrasting edging, but if your tastes are more…

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Medical News Today: What hookah smoking can do to your blood vessels

New research is suggesting that hookah smoking can impair the endothelial function of blood vessels, which is a key indicator of cardiovascular health. Hookah smoking may harm your blood vessels, shows a recent study. More and more people are giving up smoking, and they are sensible to do so. Cigarette smoking is «the leading preventable…

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16 Proofs That Your Relationship Will Endure the Test of Time

We cannot bank on an ideal relationship – how can we when there are no perfect people in this world? Yet when we embark on a relationship the very idea of this relationship we invest our hopes and dreams in breaking up can be fairly frightening. This possibility is always there looming ahead, and if…

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Suicides Among Japanese Children Reach Highest Level in 3 Decades

TOKYO — Suicides by young people in Japan rose to their highest level in three decades in 2017, according to new figures released by the government. Japan has a persistent problem with suicides, although the number has been declining over all. But child suicides have risen recently, with experts pointing to school pressures and bullying…

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