Hot New Recipes

Good morning. Here we go again. Another week at the desk by the bed. I’m not complaining, though! Come dinnertime, I’m just steps from the kitchen, and with some ace new recipes, too. I’m excited to try Hetty McKinnon’s yo po mian (above), Shaanxi hot oil noodles, in which noodles and greens are topped with…

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Shopping for Outdoor Chaises Longues

There’s no piece of furniture that evokes summer relaxation more than the outdoor chaise longue. On a warm summer day, “they’re something that people gravitate toward,” said Tommy Zung, the principal of New York-based Studio Zung — whether that’s by the side of a large pool in the Hamptons or sitting under an umbrella in…

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Aspirin May Help Protect the Brain From Pollution’s Toll, Study Suggests

Long-term exposure to air pollution has many health consequences, including accelerating brain aging and increasing the risk for dementia. Now new research suggests that short-term exposure to polluted air, even at levels generally considered “acceptable,” may impair mental ability in the elderly. Scientists studied 954 men, average age 69, living in the greater Boston area.…

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Multi-gene testing could detect more hereditary cancer syndromes

COLUMBUS, Ohio ­- Up to 38.6% of people with colon cancer who have a hereditary cancer syndrome–including 6.3% of those with Lynch syndrome–could have their conditions remain undetected with current universal tumor-screening methods, and at least 7.1% of people with colorectal cancer have an identifiable inherited genetic mutation, according to new data published by scientists…

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Alemi & Roess receive funding for project on digital health solutions for COVID-19

Alemi & Roess Receive Funding For Project On Digital Health Solutions For COVID-19 Farrokh Alemi, Professor, Health Administration and Policy, and Amira Roess, Professor of Global Health and Epidemiology, are evaluating the effectiveness of at-home testing with symptom screening to demonstrate that symptom screening with a predictive algorithm combined with at-home testing is more effective…

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Ethnicity, geography and socioeconomic factors determine likelihood of detecting serious congenital

Mothers who are Hispanic or who come from rural or low socioeconomic status neighborhoods are less likely to have their child’s critical heart condition diagnosed before birth, according to a new study in the journal Circulation. This is the largest and most geographically diverse study of these challenges to date. The study compared patient data…

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