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There Are a Million Ways to Make Campfire S’mores. Here’s the Best One.

The campfire s’more is a gooey mess: saccharine, certainly, but also sentimental, stuffed with childhood memories. “When you get older,…

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In Search of Mexican Pizza

PHILADELPHIA — On a sticky day in late June, Margarita Jeronimo and Aaron del Rosario assembled a feast on a…

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Some Women ‘Self-Manage’ Abortions as Access Recedes

In states that have banned abortion, some women with unwanted pregnancies are pursuing an unconventional workaround: They are “self-managing ...

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Breaking Nicotine’s Powerful Draw

At some point in the next few years, the 30 million smokers in the United States could wake up one…

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Older Generations Are Reclaiming Rites of Passage

Harry Oxman’s bar mitzvah at the Society Hill Synagogue in Philadelphia looked much like the traditional Saturday morning event. He…

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From Pizza to Dip, Chips and Popcorn, Pickle Is Summer’s Big Flavor

In May, Meg and Maddie Antonelli, a mother-and-daughter duo who review new food products on TikTok, filmed themselves in their…

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Food Is Identity. For Korean Chefs Who Were Adopted, It’s Complicated.

LOS ANGELES — Katianna Hong is tinkering with her grandmother’s matzo ball soup for a second time. The first time,…

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To Stop or Not to Stop the Fight

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Late one Saturday evening in June, two men in their 20s stood across from each other, shirtless…

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England Overhauls Medical Care for Transgender Youth

The National Health Service in England announced on Thursday that it was shutting down the country’s only youth gender clinic…

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In Rural America, Covid Hits Black and Hispanic People Hardest

The coronavirus pandemic walloped rural America last year, precipitating a surge of deaths among white residents as the virus inflamed…

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