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Julia Restoin Roitfeld Adds "Model" To Her Resume, Nails It

Eddie Borgo's always used fashionable friends as models. Among his roster of influencers who also happen to have flawless faces, there was Lauren …

The Role of Love in Mental Health

Love breathes. Love relaxes us, it restores what was lost and mends what was broken. It lets us feel whole and alive, a part of something bigger than ourselves.<p>I love words like attachment and attunement, attending and caregiving. I suppose it's because they put me in touch with what I know to be …

Mental Health

Big rise in volunteers for medical trials

The number of patients taking part in clinical trials in England has trebled in five years.<p>Figures from the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) show almost 638,000 patients volunteered last year.<p>The rise may surprise some, given the publicity associated with a drug trial at a private …

Heart Failure Treatment Improves, But Death Rate Remains High

This is one of those "good news, but" medical stories.<p>New treatments for heart failure have made it much less likely that people with this chronic condition will die suddenly.<p>But an analysis by researchers at UCLA finds that the death rate for people with advanced heart failure remains stubbornly …

Yoga: The Hard Work of Building Community

This is an interview with Molly Lannon Kenny, who credits her "service" endeavors to the original value system in which she was raised -- "that no human being is greater than any other and all deserve a chance to be seen, acknowledged, and cared for."<p><i>This is an interview with Molly Lannon Kenny,</i> …

Yoga

Neuron growth in children 'leaves no room for memories'

<b>The reason we struggle to recall memories from our early childhood is down to high levels of neuron production during the first years of life, say Canadian researchers.</b><p>The formation of new brain cells increases the capacity for learning but also clears the mind of old memories.<p>This could be behind …

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‘Arrested Development’ Teases Four New Clips

<i>Arrested Development</i>‘s long-awaited fourth season arrives on Netflix this Sunday, and the show has unveiled four new teaser clips to whet fans’ rabid …