Month: January 2021

If Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Crazy Rich Asians, and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills had an eight-episode love child, it would be Netflix’s Bling Empire. The series, which premiered on January 15, follows the lives of ultra-wealthy Asians living in Los Angeles. There are extravagant parties, blinding jewels, and enough mentions of Dior
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If there’s one word that captures the spirit of New York City-based brand Tier, it’s family. Drawn together by their Brooklyn roots, the Tier trio—Nigeria Ealey, Esaïe Jean-Simon, and Victor James—are longtime friends who evolved their brand from word-of-mouth startup to celebrity favorite in six years. But following a long period of divisiveness that took
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Jan. 29, 2021 — An international team of researchers studying COVID-19 has made a startling and pivotal discovery: The virus appears to cause the body to make weapons to attack its own tissues. The finding could unlock a number of COVID’s clinical mysteries. They include the puzzling collection of symptoms that can come with the
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Rep. Cori Bush, the newly-elected Democrat from Missouri, announced on Friday that she is moving offices after a heated hallway exchange with Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, a freshman Republican from Georgia. In a tweet, Bush claimed a “maskless” Greene “berated” her in a hallway after “target[ing]” her and others on social media.” Bush says she
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FRIDAY, Jan. 29, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Heart surgery can be stressful, but researchers may have found a way to reduce patients’ anxiety and postoperative pain — without any extra side effects. A team from the Netherlands found that the simple act of listening to music around the time of surgery may help patients as
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Separating fact from fiction Now that millions of people have received the vaccines — including more than 3 million who have completed the full two-dose regimen — experts at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will be able to truly sort out real, rare side effects caused by the vaccine from coincidental illnesses
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SOURCES: Corinne Cather, PhD, director of psychology services, Massachusetts General Hospital Schizophrenia Program. Sarah Keedy, PhD, associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral neuroscience, University of Chicago Medical Center. Snyder, K. Me, Myself and Them, Annenberg Public Policy Center, 2007. YouTube. “Compassion for Voices: A Tale of Courage and Hope,” Center for Mindfulness. Columbia University Center
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