The Newest Thing in Fashion? Old Clothes

Display Copy, the magazine that debuted online and on newsstands on Oct. 22, looks, in most ways, like a typical magazine. It has a well-known model/personality on the cover: Paloma Elsesser, the plus-size model, inclusivity champion and British Vogue favorite. It has glossy shoots by famous photographers: Katerina Jebb and Mark Borthwick. And it has…

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The Elimination Diet for Skin

When Jodie Naglie moved back into her parents’ home in Orange County, Calif., to quarantine last spring, the first thing she did was upgrade her skin-care collection. Newly flush with cash after giving up a San Francisco apartment, Ms. Naglie, 27, an account manager at an advertising agency, could finally afford the products recommended by…

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Media alert–forthcoming reviews from RAPID REVIEWS:COVID-19

CAMBRIDGE, MA – October 22, 2020—Rapid Reviews: COVID-19 (RR:C19), an open-access overlay journal published by the MIT Press that accelerates peer review of COVID-19-related research preprints, is currently soliciting reviews of the following COVID-19 preprints. These preprints have been selected for review because they have the potential to enhance our understanding of SARS-CoV-2 or have…

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USC leads massive new artificial intelligence study of Alzheimer’s

A massive problem like Alzheimer’s disease –which affects nearly 50 million people worldwide–requires bold solutions. New funding expected to total $17.8 million, awarded to USC’s Mark and Mary Stevens Neuroimaging Informatics Institute and its collaborators, is one key piece of that puzzle. The five-year National Institutes of Health-funded effort, “Ultrascale Machine Learning to Empower Discovery…

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Coronavirus mutations show early safety measures and restrictions limited viral spread

The coronavirus, responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic, has one official name–SARS-CoV-2. But according to virologists, mutations lead to hundreds of genetically-distinct versions of the virus. Scientists at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles have used these viral signatures to reveal transmission patterns, which show the effectiveness of early safety measure policies. Scientists at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles…

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