Health

Who Will Care for ‘Kinless’ Seniors?

Lynne Ingersoll and her cat, Jesse, spent a quiet Thanksgiving Day together in her small bungalow in Blue Island, Ill.…

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U.S. Plans to End Mpox Emergency Declaration in Two Months

With few new cases, the plan not to renew the emergency past Jan. 31 is an acknowledgment that the disease…

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54 Easy Party Snacks

A survival kit for the holiday season should include a Rolodex of appetizers that can be thrown together quickly or…

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These 3 Punches Will Get the Party Started and Keep It Going

Rebekah Peppler shares three recipes — a classic, a modern twist and a nonalcoholic option — that guests will sip…

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As Officials Ease Covid Restrictions, China Faces New Pandemic Risks

Huge swaths of the nation’s elderly remain vulnerable, scientists say, and a surge in deaths and hospitalizations may be inevitable.

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Not Shaken, Not Stirred: These Cocktails Are Thrown

A showy tradition of mixing drinks in midair can add both flavor and a show to the bar experience.

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Elon Musk Hopes to Test a Brain Implant in Humans Next Year

The tech multibillionaire said his company, Neuralink, was seeking government approval to test his device in people, and predicted it…

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F.D.A. Considering New Approach to Blood Donation by Gay and Bisexual Men

The agency may put in place a personalized risk assessment to replace the current prohibition on men who have had…

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4 Homemade Food Gifts They’ll Love (and So Will Your Wallet)

Hot cocoa mix, festive popcorn tins, saltine bark and batched manhattans, these recipes make the best holiday presents.

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Alzheimer’s Drug May Benefit Some Patients, New Data Shows

The drug, lecanemab, made by Eisai and Biogen, also carried risks of brain swelling and bleeding and should be studied…

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