The New York Times6 mnt membacaWellness
Eager to Limit Exemptions to Vaccination, States Face Staunch Resistance
As measles spread across the nation earlier this year, 71 residents of Vancouver, Washington, fell ill, most of them unvaccinated children. So state Rep. Paul Harris, a Republican representing the district, sponsored a measure to limit exemptions fro
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You Know Frida Kahlo's Face. Now You Can (Probably) Hear Her Voice.
Frida Kahlo is one of the 20th century’s most celebrated artists. Her paintings, particularly her many self-portraits, are instantly recognizable, and her image has been emblazoned on products as diverse as coasters, cosmetics, T-shirts, tote bags an
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No Longer All Sweetness and Light
Zendaya jumps from Disney to drug binges in HBO’s graphic “Euphoria.” In an interview, the longtime Disney Channel star discusses her “scary” move into explicit, provocative television.
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Naomi Wolf's Publisher Delays Release of Her Book
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt is postponing the publication of Naomi Wolf’s forthcoming book “Outrages” after questions have been raised about the accuracy of her research. The book, which explores how 19th-century British laws gave the government new wa
The New York Times5 mnt membacaPsychology
How to, Maybe, Be Less Indecisive (or Not)
Should you order tacos or tikka masala? Stay at the hotel with the free breakfast or the one with all the succulents? Melt into the couch or drag yourself to happy hour? If you’re like me, even the simplest decisions can make your pulse race. And wh
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How to Protect Your DNA Data Before and After Taking an at-Home Test
Consumer DNA testing kits like those from 23andMe, Ancestry.com and MyHeritage promise a road map to your genealogy and, in some cases, information about what diseases you’re most susceptible to. They also ask for a lot of trust with your DNA informa
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Have App, Will Travel Like a Local ... Hopefully
While on their honeymoon in Hoi An in central Vietnam last month, Sharadhi Gadagkar and Kunal Patel didn’t bother a hotel concierge with questions about things to do. Instead, the couple signed up for their first Airbnb experience, a tour organized b
The New York Times15 mnt membacaTech
The Making of a YouTube Radical
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Caleb Cain pulled a Glock pistol from his waistband, took out the magazine and casually tossed both onto the kitchen counter. “I bought it the day after I got death threats,” he said. The threats, Cain explained, came from right-
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Becoming a Digital Grandparent
When it comes to warnings about limiting kids’ screen time, grandparents are, well, grandfathered in. Emerging from a theater on a recent Sunday, I turned on my phone and found a flurry of texts from my daughter. My 2-year-old granddaughter had just
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Why Women, but Not Men, Are Judged for a Messy House
Even in 2019, messy men are given a pass and messy women are unforgiven. Three recently published studies confirm what many women instinctively know: Housework is still considered women’s work — especially for women who are living with men. Women do
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Recordings by Elton John, Nirvana and Thousands More Lost in Fire
Eleven years ago this month, a fire ripped through a part of Universal Studios Hollywood. At the time, the company said that the blaze had destroyed the theme park’s “King Kong” attraction and a video vault that contained only copies of old works. Bu
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For the Elderly, Complex Surgery Often Doesn't End Well
People older than 65 represent about 16% of the U.S. population, but account for 40% of patients undergoing surgery in hospitals — and probably more than half of all surgical procedures. Those proportions are likely to increase as the population ages
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Lessons on Living From My 106-Year-Old Aunt Doris
My Aunt Doris recently passed away, exactly two weeks before her birthday. She would have been 107. I have been involved in health care for my entire professional life, as a hospital executive, consultant and professor of health care management. But
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How Many Steps Are Enough?
For older women, walking as few as 4,500 steps a day reduced mortality compared with those who took only 2,700 steps a day. How many steps should people take every day for good health? A new study of activity and mortality in older women finds that t
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Scientists Find New Clue to Native Americans' Ancestors
A skeleton in Siberia nearly 10,000 years old has yielded DNA that reveals a striking kinship to living Native Americans, scientists reported Wednesday. The finding, published in the journal Nature, provides an important new clue to the migrations th
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Curbing Our Contempt
A call to transcend our political divisions. Arthur C. Brooks, in “Love Your Enemies,” offers advice on how to restore civility to American politics.
The New York Times5 mnt membacaPolitics
Feeling Bad When Life Is Good
Two new books examine the politics of meaning and the politics of fear. “The Right Side of History,” by Ben Shapiro, and “Clear and Present Safety,” by Michael A. Cohen and Micah Zenko, declare current pessimism is totally overblown.
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Dolly Parton on Dollywood
Dolly Parton, dressed in a sequined lilac pantsuit with black piping and matching butterfly wings, stood on an outdoor stage on a recent Friday morning. Behind her was a 52-foot sculpture of a “Wildwood Tree,” with 620 acrylic butterflies. She was co
The New York Times4 mnt membacaSociety
The Age of the Internet 'Wife Guy'
Two years ago, Robbie Tripp Instagrammed his wife. He posted a photograph of the pair embracing in swimwear in Miami and wrote, “I love this woman and her curvy body.” Then he detailed his journey toward feminism and body positivity, and his transfor
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6 Simple Barre Stretches to Try on Vacation
No matter where you are in the world, you can always find something to lean on so you can stretch your muscles. Traveling — even for fun — can be tough on our bodies. Hours spent in airline seats, heavy meals and long stretches of touristy walking or
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Naomi Wolf's Career of Blunders Continues in 'Outrages'
Wolf’s study of the criminalization of same-sex relationships in the Victorian era is the latest work by her to run afoul of fact-checkers.
The New York Times5 mnt membacaTech
'Screen Time' Is Over
The debate over screen time is typically accompanied by a good deal of finger-wagging: The digital experience is a ruinous habit, akin to binge-eating curly fries, gambling on cock fights or drinking whiskey with breakfast. Meanwhile, social scientis
The New York Times4 mnt membacaRelationships & Parenting
Sweden Finds a Simple Way to Improve New Mothers' Health. It Involves Fathers.
The weeks after a mother gives birth are a universally vulnerable period. She is recovering physically and mentally, while dealing with sleep deprivation, round-the-clock caregiving and possibly breast-feeding. Yet after a day or a few days in the ho
The New York Times6 mnt membacaScience
Intermittent Fasting Made My Life Easier, and Happier
I could eat the foods I enjoyed and most of my regular meals, but it had to be within a short time frame of eight to 10 hours. At the urging of doctor friends and a few popular books, I embarked on a diet plan earlier this year called intermittent fa
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Practical Ways to Improve Your Confidence (and Why You Should)
Self-confidence is a bit like the running water in your house. You may not know every detail about how it works or where it comes from, but it’s painfully obvious when it’s not there. Like when your water is shut off, a dearth of self-confidence has
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How Much Does Your Education Level Affect Your Health?
Education is associated with better health outcomes, but trying to figure out whether it actually causes better health is tricky. People with at least some college education have mortality rates (deaths per 1,000 individuals per year) less than half
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Biggest Offender in Outsize Debt: Graduate Schools
The signs are hard to miss in downtown San Francisco: two stylized A's inside a red circle, symbolizing the Academy of Art University. The for-profit school occupies more than 40 buildings throughout the city and has made its family owners very rich.
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36 Hours in Bend, Oregon (and Environs)
Residents of Bend, Oregon, unite around the core conviction that they live in a beautiful place. But great beauty also inspires an undercurrent of concern that this mountain town’s natural splendor will be imperiled if too many people show up and spo
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Student of the Game Aced Final
How Emma Boettcher Beat James Holzhauer on “Jeopardy!” The 27-year-old librarian from Chicago dethroned Holzhauer before he was able to beat Ken Jennings’s record.
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Dog Owners Get More Exercise
Dog owners spent close to 300 minutes each week walking with their dogs, about 200 more minutes of walking than people without dogs.
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