Fashion Review: Tom Ford Leads the Streetwear Resistance

Advertisement The first show of New York Fashion Week was a conscious rejection of sneaker style, and an exercise in nostalgia. Sept. 6, 2018 Image Tom Ford, spring 2019CreditNina Westervelt for The New York Times It’s a tough game to have to put on a fashion show in the current extreme news cycle. Especially when…

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Hungry City: At Seasoned Vegan, Soul Food That Never Harmed a Soul

Brenda Beener’s family roots go back to New Orleans, and the food she grew up with — crayfish and shrimp, the bounty of the bayous and the Gulf of Mexico — did not prepare her for the day her husband announced, “I’m just going to eat plants now.” As the cook in the family, Ms.…

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Medical News Today: Probiotics: Does the evidence match the hype?

Two new studies investigating probiotics conclude that they do not benefit all people; in fact, they might even have negative consequences in some cases. Does the evidence match the hype? Probiotics are available in many products, from yogurt to pickles. The live organisms contained within promise to promote a healthy gastrointestinal tract. Advertised as safe…

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The Pour: The Art of Winemaking on the Cheap

The 2011 Haynes was just Mr. Lockwood’s second vintage. Back then he was working full time at Failla doing a little bit of everything but specializing in vineyard management. The first three tiny vintages were produced at Failla, but then in 2013, when his daughter was born, Mr. Lockwood decided to focus on Enfield, which…

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Rebecca Minkoff Hasn’t Made a ‘Single Dime’ Off Her Feminist Tees

For the millions of women who own Rebecca Minkoff bags, the brand’s messaging—»truth to power, but make it fashion»—is part of the charm. From Instagram to online, the American designer loves mixing quotes and advice with shots of pretty shoes. For fall 2018, she takes it a step further by launching I Am Many, a…

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Medical News Today: Why does hormone therapy worsen some prostate cancers?

Hormone therapy for prostate cancer does not always work; the tumor can become resistant and continue to spread. Now, new research reveals how the therapy alters the environment of tumor cells to make this happen. Hormone therapy can actually make some prostate cancers worse, but how? Scientists at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles,…

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Once There Were It Girls. Now There Are Eat Girls.

Advertisement The English model-cook Tess Ward champions imperfection. But you wouldn’t know it from her Instagram feed. Image Tess Ward, a model and a cook, doesn’t think food should be fussy. But she loves a pretty dish.CreditCreditLauren Fleishman for The New York Times Sept. 5, 2018 Riotous hues are no longer expected just on the…

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Medical News Today: Eating whole grains can prevent type 2 diabetes

A large study indicates that people who eat whole grains of any kind every day are much less likely to develop type 2 diabetes. The researchers urge people not to mistakenly avoid whole grains if they intend to follow low-carb diets. New research has found that eating whole grains daily can prevent type 2 diabetes.…

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Noon By Noor Designers Celebrate 10 Years

Purple PR Advertisement — Continue Reading Below This year, cousins and best friends since childhood, Shaikha Noor Al Khalifa and Shaikha Haya Al Khalifa celebrate the ten-year anniversary of their label Noon By Noor. Known for creating modern silhouettes that play with traditional views of femininity, this Bahrain-based duo have dressed the likes of Jennifer…

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Medical News Today: What can cause a bump on the lip?

Lip bumps can sometimes be painful or uncomfortable, but they are often harmless and will clear up without treatment. There are many possible causes, including infections, allergic reactions, and lip injuries. Lips bumps can vary in size, appearance, and associated symptoms. Treatment depends on the cause, but a person can often use over-the-counter (OTC) medications…

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