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Rhubarb Crumble
This rhubarb crumble is the perfrect combination of rhubarb and apple. Click on the link for the full recipe, for free, even if you don't have a subscription to The New York Times.
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Healthy Breakfast Secrets
Each day, an estimated 10 to 20% of adults in the U.S. skip breakfast. And that, nutrition experts say, may be a mistake. Here's how to make the ideal healthy breakfast.
Every year, the wellness world touts the effectiveness of “cleanses” — which are often liquid diets that mainly consist of vegetable and fruit juices. But our bodies themselves have plenty of filters. Click on the photo to read more for free. Health, Fruit, Detox, Bodies, Body, Care, Wellness, Photo
Do You Need To Detox? Nutrition Experts Answer
Every year, the wellness world touts the effectiveness of “cleanses” — which are often liquid diets that mainly consist of vegetable and fruit juices. But our bodies themselves have plenty of filters. Click on the photo to read more for free.
From charities that support children to organizations that feed families, there is no shortage of ways to get involved. (Photo: Aleksandra Michalska/Reuters) Home Libraries, Buy Christmas Gifts, Support Local Business, Everyday Heroes, Medical Kit, American Red Cross, Feeding Kids, Stay Inspired, Save The Children
How You Can Help Victims of the Coronavirus Pandemic
From charities that support children to organizations that feed families, there is no shortage of ways to get involved. (Photo: Aleksandra Michalska/Reuters)
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Opinion | Forgot Where You Parked? Good (Published 2017)
The brain’s approach to forgetting serves us well, helping prune away memories that we don’t really need. (Illustration: Marion Fayolle) http://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/30/opinion/sunday/forgot-where-you-parked-good.html?smid=pi-nytimes&smtyp=cur
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Opinion | What Cookies and Meth Have in Common (Published 2017)
Stress plays a role in encouraging food and drug addictions. Take the stress way, and the cravings go, too. (Illustration: Josh Cochran) http://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/30/opinion/sunday/what-cookies-and-meth-have-in-common.html?smid=pi-nytimes&smtyp=cur
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Opinion | The Womb Is No Protection From Toxic Chemicals (Published 2017)
Toxic chemicals like lead, certain air pollutants, pesticides, synthetic chemicals and infectious agents like Zika can derail the intricate molecular processes involved in a fetus’s healthy brain development. (Illustration: Sarah Mazzetti) http://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/01/opinion/toxic-chemicals-pregnancy-fetus.html?smid=pi-nytimes&smtyp=cur
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Opinion | Trying to Embrace a ‘Cure’ (Published 2017)
The type of dwarfism my children and I have is now likely to be eliminated. But what will be lost with it? (Illustration: Dadu Shin) http://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/31/opinion/trying-to-embrace-the-cure.html?smid=pi-nytimes&smtyp=cur
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Opinion | After 54 Years, We Fell in Love. After Five Months, I Got Leukemia. (Published 2017)
A wonderful love story from Delia Ephron. (Illustration: Ping Zhu) http://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/27/opinion/sunday/delia-ephron-love-leukemia.html?smid=pi-nytimes&smtyp=cur
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Safety-net hospitals are keeping you healthy, whether you know it or not. (Illustration: Bianca Bagnarelli) http://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/26/opinion/sunday/safety-net-hospitals-health-care.html?smid=pi-nytimes&smtyp=cur
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Opinion | The Amateur Abortionists (Published 2017)
Imagine a group — with no medical training — performing dozens of abortions a week in secret. (Illustration: Nikki McClure) http://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/22/opinion/sunday/the-amateur-abortionists.html?smid=pi-nytimes&smtyp=cur
I had ceased to believe my body could make beauty or give delight. Until I sang again. (Illustration: Dadu Shin) http://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/19/opinion/learning-to-sing-again.html?smid=pi-nytimes&smtyp=cur People, Learning, Singing Course, Sounds Great, Singing, Half The Sky, The Voice, Something Beautiful
Opinion | Learning to Sing Again (Published 2017)
I had ceased to believe my body could make beauty or give delight. Until I sang again. (Illustration: Dadu Shin) http://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/19/opinion/learning-to-sing-again.html?smid=pi-nytimes&smtyp=cur
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Opinion | First, Sex Ed. Then Death Ed. (Published 2017)
"Five years ago, I taught sex education to my daughter Tessa’s class. Last week, I taught death education to my daughter Sasha’s class." A must-read Op-Ed. (Illustration: Jing Wei)
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Opinion | Disabled, Shunned and Silenced in Trump’s America (Published 2017)
People with disabilities matter. I will never not be a person. I’m taking back my power and I want President Donald J. Trump to know it, this Op-Ed writer argues. (Illustration: Dadu Shin)
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Opinion | Microbes, a Love Story (Published 2017)
This Valentine’s Day, as you bask in the beauty of your beloved, don’t just thank his or her genes and your good fortune; thank microbes. (Illustration: Davy Evans)
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Opinion | Bill Frist: The Case for Keeping America’s AIDS Relief Plan (Published 2017)
Pepfar is the greatest humanitarian effort undertaken by the United States in more than 60 years. By embracing it, President Donald J. Trump could make the world’s next generation AIDS-free, writes Bill Frist. (Illustration: Ariel Davis)
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Opinion | How the Anti-Vaxxers Are Winning
Parents in Texas have to live in fear that something as simple as a trip to the mall or the library could expose their babies to measles, writes a pediatrician at Baylor College of Medicine. (Illustration: Getty Images)
The latest Op-Ed in our Disabled series is called "Love, Eventually": I thought being married to an able-bodied man meant I wasn't disabled. I believed his love canceled out my disability. (Illustration: Dadu Shin) Ideas, Inspiration, Films, Thoughts, Design, Relationships, Love, Hopes And Dreams
Opinion | Love, Eventually (Published 2017)
The latest Op-Ed in our Disabled series is called "Love, Eventually": I thought being married to an able-bodied man meant I wasn't disabled. I believed his love canceled out my disability. (Illustration: Dadu Shin)
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Opinion | I Abstained From Sex for a Year to Donate Blood (Published 2017)
This Op-Ed author writes: it shouldn’t be a big deal that I gave blood this week, but it is. To do it, I had to give up all forms of sex for a year. The reason: I’m gay. (Illustration: Andrea Chronopoulos)
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Opinion | The Life of a Disabled Child, From Taunts to Hate Crimes (Published 2017)
The intellectually disabled victim in Chicago thought one of his tormentors was his friend. A disabled teenager's relatives look defeated as they describe their horror at what happened, in this Op-Ed. (Illustration: Ping Zhu)
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Opinion | Young Victims of the Opioid Epidemic (Published 2017)
More than 300,000 people have died from opioid overdoses in the last 15 years. The epidemic has also devastated the lives of countless children, the Editorial Board writes. The number of children in foster care is increasing because of the opioid epidemic. (Illustration: Lilli Carré)
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Opinion | The Season to Be Stressful (Published 2016)
Finals week: Red Bull? Check. Late night delivery on speed dial? Check. Pringles? Check. Hardcore anxiety? Double check. (Illustration: Tom Eichacker/ArtCenter College of Design)
The early-application process intensifies the sense that one school above all others glimmers in the distance as the perfect prize, writes Frank Bruni. (Image: Getty Images) Salud, Stomach Ulcers, Treatment, Tricyclic Antidepressant, Skin Picking Disorder, Habits, Real Simple, Symptoms
Opinion | The Plague of ‘Early Decision’ (Published 2016)
The early-application process intensifies the sense that one school above all others glimmers in the distance as the perfect prize, writes Frank Bruni. (Image: Getty Images)
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Opinion | Are Americans Experiencing Collective Trauma? (Published 2016)
Those who voted for Hillary Clinton may now be experiencing collective trauma of their own. (Illustration: Marion Fayolle)
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Opinion | The Power of Negative Thinking (Published 2012)
This Op-Ed explores the truth behind the idea that if you cultivate the belief that success is guaranteed, anything is possible. (Illustration: Yuko Shimizu)
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Opinion | Should I Tell My Students I Have Depression? (Published 2016)
Being a professor requires rationality. But my depression defies it, this Op-Ed writer explains. (Illustration: Dadu Shin)
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Opinion | Should I Lie About My Beliefs to Get Health Insurance? (Published 2016)
Faith-based health insurance could save me money, but I would have to lie about my beliefs, this Op-Ed writer grapples. (Illustration: Adam Maida)
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Opinion | The Three-Legged Dog Who Carried Me (Published 2016)
Her dog helped her cope with her disability. Now the three-legged Australian Shepherd needed this Op-Ed writer. (Illustration: Dadu Shin)
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Opinion | The Dawn of the ‘Tryborg’ (Published 2016)
Our best-known cyborgs have long been fictional, but today we are real, this Disability Op-Ed argues. Will you please create computerized parts for women? All parts are made in the image of men. (Illustration: Dadu Shin)
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Opinion | The Thin Gene (Published 2016)
A mutation that keeps one woman on the brink of starvation could be used to treat obesity, this Op-Ed explains. (Illustration: Rachel Levit)
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Opinion | There Is No Such Thing as ‘Nonconsensual Sex.’ It’s Violence. (Published 2016)
On campus or off, without consent, sexual activity becomes rape. This Op-Ed explores the philosophy behind that idea. (Image: Elizabeth D. Herman)
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Opinion | Feeling My Way Into Blindness (Published 2016)
Blindness is enforced passivity. Crankiness won’t persuade people to treat me thoughtfully, this O-Ed writer explains. (Illustration: Dadu Shin)
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Opinion | The Importance of Facial Equality (Published 2016)
People with conditions that result in facial disfigurements are not represented in mainstream media. This Op-Ed writer always just assumed she was normal — she felt normal. But she quickly learned she did not look it. (Illustration: Dadu Shin)
It's sad that painful experiences of the mentally ill would be used as spooky entertainment this Halloween. (Illustration: Dadu Shin) Illustrations Posters, Mental Health Art, Empathy, Disorders, Horror Show, Scream, Social Art
Opinion | Mental Illness Is Not a Horror Show (Published 2016)
It's sad that painful experiences of the mentally ill would be used as spooky entertainment this Halloween. (Illustration: Dadu Shin)
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Opinion | The Books My Dad Won’t Read? Mine (Published 2016)
My father "never read my work because, ultimately, he just didn’t want to, for reasons he probably won’t ever explain to me, for reasons that will probably haunt everything I ever write." Read this author's Op-Ed for a story on fatherhood and accomplishments. (Illustration: Arianna Vairo)
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Opinion | I Don’t Want to Be ‘Inspiring’ (Published 2016)
There's a social stigma that the disabled body is one in need of our sympathy and charity. This Op-Ed writer says: It is absurd to boil me down to my needing crutches to traverse the world. I am not just my cerebral palsy. (Illustration: Dadu Shin)
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Opinion | How to Get Away With Doping (Published 2016)
A former pro-cyclist explains how to get away with doping in this Op-Ed: the legal loophole, a doctors note, enables athletes to cheat. (Illustration: Niv Bavarsky)
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Opinion | Millions of Men Are Missing From the Job Market (Published 2016)
Nearly half the prime-age men who are not working or looking for work take painkillers. This Editorial explores why and what we can do about it. (Illustration: Rachel Levit)
Are our phone addictions making it harder to form deep friendships? When we’re addicted to online life, every moment is fun and diverting, but the whole thing is profoundly unsatisfying, writes David Brooks. (Photograph: Victor J. Blue) Federal, Study, Social Media, Twitter, Old Cell Phones, Phone Addiction, New Social Network
Opinion | Intimacy for the Avoidant (Published 2016)
Are our phone addictions making it harder to form deep friendships? When we’re addicted to online life, every moment is fun and diverting, but the whole thing is profoundly unsatisfying, writes David Brooks. (Photograph: Victor J. Blue)
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Opinion | A Disabled Life Is a Life Worth Living
Life is worth living, even if you have a disability, writes this Op-Ed author. (Illustration: Dadu Shin)
Tom Brokaw pens this moving Op-Ed about how even in remission, cancer changes everything. (Photograph: Matt Rourke/Associated Press) Multiple Myeloma, Remission, Mid Life Crisis, Healthcare Professionals, Sex Life, Good People
Opinion | Tom Brokaw: Learning to Live With Cancer (Published 2016)
Tom Brokaw pens this moving Op-Ed about how even in remission, cancer changes everything. (Photograph: Matt Rourke/Associated Press)
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The Shame of Fat Shaming (Published 2016)
Donald Trump has brought the issue of fat shaming to the fore. But this Op-Ed writer argues the effects of fat shaming and stigmatizing go well beyond hurtful remarks. (Illustration: Hanna Barczyk)
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Opinion | G.M.O. Labeling Law Could Stir a Revolution (Published 2016)
A new G.M.O labeling law could push food producers to disclose more about what we eat, this Op-Ed explains. (Illustration: Ed Nacional)
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Opinion | Space Travel: A Vision (Published 2016)
A young man going blind meets an ambassador from a distant land in this Op-Ed. (Illustration: Dadu Shin)
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Opinion | The Sweet Relief of Splenda in My Purse (Published 2016)
As a kid with diabetes, I learned to find substitutes for what I loved, this Op-Ed writer explains. (Illustration: Mark Pernice)
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Opinion | The Deaf Body in Public Space (Published 2016)
As a deaf person, I have to use my body in ways that can cause a scene, this Op-Ed writer explains. What happens when pointing is rude, but you need it to speak. (Illustration: Dadu Shin)
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Opinion | States of Cruelty (Published 2016)
Something terrible has happened to pregnant women in Texas. That's why, writes Paul Krugman, America would become a better place if more of us started paying attention to politics beyond the presidential race. (Photograph: Eric Gay/Associated Press)
The FDA approved a food-ejecting tube. Some consider it medically-sanctioned bulimia. But is the latest in weight-loss technology any better than the oldest advice in the book? (Illustration: Daniele Castellano) Low Carb Recipes, Weight Management, Weight Loss Program, Nutrition Healthy Eating, Carbohydrate Diet, Best Weight Loss Program, Weight Loss Surgery
Opinion | Before You Spend $26,000 on Weight-Loss Surgery, Do This (Published 2016)
The FDA approved a food-ejecting tube. Some consider it medically-sanctioned bulimia. But is the latest in weight-loss technology any better than the oldest advice in the book? (Illustration: Daniele Castellano)
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Opinion | Rape, Race and the Jogger (Published 2016)
What is it about the figure of the vulnerable female jogger in the American imagination? This Op-Ed explores. (Illustration: Angie Wang)
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Opinion | Finding Refuge With the Skin I’m In (Published 2016)
What is it like to have scales all over your body? Read this Op-Ed for one woman's moving story of having lamellar ichthyosis. (Illustration: Dadu Shin)