Electronic health records can be valuable predictor of those likeliest to die from COVID

BOSTON – Medical histories of patients collected and stored in electronic health records (EHR) can be rapidly leveraged to predict the probability of death from COVID-19, information that could prove valuable in managing limited therapeutic and preventive resources to combat the devastating virus, researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) have found. In a study published…

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Birthdays in Quarantine

Welcome. Take five minutes today and let The Times’s classical music writers and some of their favorite artists convince you to fall in love with string quartets. I spent my five with the musician and producer Rostam Batmanglij’s pick, the second movement of Ravel’s Quartet, an easy courtship. It’s been snowing here in New York…

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In Denim We Trust

After a year when so-called “soft pants” prevailed, we’re finding true solace in the tried, the true, and the blue. Here, six different styles of denim (and how to style them) to take you through 2021. SKATER GIRL Celine Spring/Summer 2021. Courtesy Pant One Wide Leg Jean The Only Jane theonlyjane.com $325.00 Rigid High-Rise Bootcut…

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Hot Yoga at Home? Consider the Bathroom

After the pandemic left fitness studios and gyms around the country shuttered or operating at reduced capacity, Margaux Drake let her regular yoga practice go. It wasn’t a lack of interest in classes offered on Instagram or Zoom. Ms. Drake, an entrepreneur in Grand Rapids, Mich., did plenty of high-intensity interval training classes online. But…

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