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Tiny Love Stories: ‘Our Best Selves, Even If It’s Too Late’

What I Taste Dominic moves with ease around the kitchen. There is no hesitation, no lingering. Recipes and measurements are nonexistent, but his food is always delicious. When Dominic cooks, the counters are spotless and the dishes clean. “Wash while you’re cooking,” he says. His hands are mysteriously baby-skin soft in spite of all the… Read More »

Here’s a Quick Refresher on ‘You’ Season 1, Because It’s Been a Minute

You season two is right around the corner (just like everyone’s favorite creepy stalker, Joe Goldberg), and you know what that means: you’re about to feel momentarily lost as hell when you hit play on a show you haven’t watched for a year. I’m pretty sure most people ripped through the first season in a… Read More »

CDC says it’s made a breakthrough in finding possible cause of deadly vaping illness

U.S. health officials finally have a potential breakthrough in the vaping illness outbreak that’s killed at least 39 people, narrowing in on vitamin E acetate as a “potential toxin of concern,” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials said Friday. The compound used in supplements, cosmetics and some vaping products was detected in all 29… Read More »

What it’s like to specialize in lifestyle medicine: Shadowing Dr. Bansal – American Medical Association

As a medical student, do you ever wonder what it’s like to specialize in lifestyle medicine? Meet Ankush Bansal, MD, a board-certified lifestyle medicine physician, hospitalist and a featured physician in the AMA’s “Shadow Me” Specialty Series, which offers advice directly from physicians about life in their specialties. Check out his insights to help determine whether… Read More »