Medical News Today: Depression: Three new subtypes identified

A new study now published in the journal Scientific Reports has identified three new subtypes of depression. The findings help explain why some types of depression do not respond well to medication. Using brain imaging techniques, researchers found three new subtypes of depression. According to recent estimates, depression affects over 300 million people worldwide, and…

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Exclusive: The Delia*s Catalog Is Back

Here’s easy way to get a hundred DMs in five minutes: post a photo of a Delia*s catalog in your Instagram story. Last week, designer Shaudi Lynn shared a single image from 1995, unleashing a flood of OMGs and LOLs. “It doesn’t matter what generation you are,” says Lynn. “You can be 18, 25, 35,…

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Palau Bans Many Kinds of Sunscreen, Citing Threat to Coral

SYDNEY, Australia — The Western Pacific nation of Palau has become the first country to ban many kinds of sunscreen, in a move to protect its coral reefs from chemicals that scientists say cause significant damage. Under the ban, which will take effect in 2020, “reef toxic” sunscreen — defined as containing one of 10…

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Modern Love: On My Wedding Day, Wishing I Looked Like Someone Else

The morning of my wedding, I woke up looking grotesque. I could hardly open my eyes because my eyelids were so swollen. In despair, I called out to Damian, my soon-to-be-husband. Then we called my doctor, who said, “Looks like your bone marrow transplant came to your wedding.” I had received a bone-marrow transplant several…

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Benching in Dating: How to Know You’re Being Benched?

Most often, the prospect of a relationship with a guy is clear after the first or the second date. If there is the third date, it is almost a romance then, and during the fourth one, one can safely strive for more. However, there are situations when the relations get stuck in some phase. He…

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8 Biggest Wedding Planning Mistakes & Regrets

Wedding day is called the happiest day, but most often it is one of the hardest days in the life of a bride. Only after the celebration, you realize that the choice of location, the guest list and the hotel room for newlyweds were dictated by traditions and stereotypes rather than by your desire and…

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Vows: An Operatic Love Story Starts Off on a Sour Note

It should have been the perfect overture: A passionate opera fan meets a star tenor at a glamorous cast party. But the curtain nearly fell before their love story even began. The tenor, Michael Fabiano, had just brought down the house at the Metropolitan Opera singing the male lead in Verdi’s “La Traviata” that night…

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Medical News Today: Could the appendix trigger Parkinson’s?

A new study concludes that for some people, having had their appendix removed decades earlier reduced the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease by almost 20 percent. The appendix is the barely visible, tail-like appendage to the bottom left of this diagram. Parkinson’s disease is a long-term degenerative condition that affects the central nervous system. In…

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Sunday Routine: How Randy Rainbow, Singing Political Satirist, Spends His Sundays

Until 2016, the video performer Randy Rainbow (yes, that’s his real name) was enjoying a healthy YouTube following. Mr. Rainbow found his way to fame, however, once Donald Trump ran for president. This is when the actor and singer, now 36, transformed his quirky online performances, which he’d been doing for years, into political parodies.…

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