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It's officially been a week since you revealed your new nose piercing on Instagram. And seven days later, you're still riding on the high — especially since your phone is still buzzing, signaling new likes and comments. You can't help but take another peek in the mirror to admire how cute the delicate stud looks in your right nostril. And then, almost instantly, you see something that wasn't there before: a bump.
A few weeks ago, I had a 17-year-old patient who I’ll call Alex, that came to my health center to get tested for sexually transmitted infections (STI). She had previously been going to local urgent care for regular STI testing, but decided to visit my health center because it was closer to her new home. The patient identified as a woman, was of Jamaican descent, and said she was sexually active with men.
Upon arriving at the William Vale Hotel in Williamsburg, Brooklyn for a sound bath, I was immediately offered a “Sound ” chamomile-vanilla tea. During the summer, the hotel’s sound baths take place on the roof, but since it was a frigid evening in the middle of December, the confirmation email directed me to the ballroom in the basement. There, nearly a hundred towels were arranged around a tableau of tuning forks, a shruti box, crystal singing bowls, and triangles. Gongs of varying sizes...
The story so far of Toyota’s legendary sports car before its return.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution will take center stage at the World Economic Forum's (WEF) annual meeting next week in Davos, Switzerland.
The third-annual Women's March on Washington is set for Saturday morning near Freedom Plaza — regardless of whether the partial shutdown ends. The ongoing government impasse, however, has altered plans a bit, organizers announced Wednesday. Here's what you need to know.
This year's march will be held on Jan. 19, 2019, on the National Mall.
Subfreezing temperatures, icy streets, ominously gray skies — it can mean only one thing: It’s thriller season! Here’s your complete breakdown of some of 2019’s chilliest page-turners — including how many tropes they have in common, whether they stick the landing with the perfect, twisty payoff.
Football lovers, welcome to the holiest time of the season: The NFL playoffs. Over the next few weeks, the 12 postseason teams will slowly be whittled down to two, culminating in that most sacred of events on February 3: The big, long Super Bowl commercial with a football game squeezed in between.
It may be cold outside, but January is prime rose-pruning time in Southern California, so bundle up, don some thick, preferably elbow-length gloves, and get snipping. Not sure how to start? Luckily, there are a plethora of rose-pruning classes at local nurseries, arboretums and botanical gardens