Sharon, a 46-year-old single mother of three teenagers, came to see me about her increasing forgetfulness. Working full-time and managing her household was becoming overwhelming for her, and she was misplacing
50 coats of mascara not required. Feel like you suddenly need five or six coats of mascara before it looks like you even have eyelashes? Yeah, you're not imagining things—hair loss, even in your eyelashes,
A team of five biomedical engineering undergraduates at John Hopkins University (JHU) plan to manufacture and sell a device that they say would achieve the same effect as nasal reconstructive surgery sufferers
Bullying takes many forms, but when it involves a food that triggers severe allergies, it could be potentially deadly. Once, when Brandon Williams, a 16-year-old from Kentucky, was on a trip with his team,
Clear, healthy, radiant skin is something to be desired — but it isn't always easily achieved. After years of ups and downs with hormonal acne, dietary breakouts, and always-frustrating stress spots, in
When most of us think of legendary designers, our minds instantly go to icons like Gabrielle Chanel. But there's a whole slew of interesting designers from all over the world just waiting to be unearthed.
The eight Ivy League schools are among the most prestigious colleges in the world. They include Brown, Harvard, Cornell, Princeton, Dartmouth, Yale, and Columbia universities, and the University of Pennsylvania.
I got a plumper, glowier face immediately. I’ve never really cared that much about my skin. Sure, I’ve had a basic routine for a decade-plus—some Cetaphil face wash, a little bit of Clinique moisturizer
While a multiple-step skin care routine isn’t for everyone, the seemingly never ending dry and bitter temperatures call for reinforcements. Meet hyaluronic acid, the magical ingredient that plumps skin’s
Top-quality software that costs nothing. We rely on expensive computer programs to edit photos and video, deal with office work, and protect our computers from malware. But they're not our only options.
By Douglas Jacobs and and Joshua Lang Behind your tongue, just a few inches down the back of your throat, lies a dangerous precipice: over one edge it’s a straight shot down your trachea and bronchi and
• Showing curiosity in someone is the fastest way to establish a connection with them while conversing.• To skip past the small talk and have a meaningful interaction, asking pointed, unique questions.•
Pick up an instrument, learn your favorite songs, and practice a bit of music theory. I'm a musician, and I learned the tricks of the trade the expensive and slow way: with private guitar lessons, summer
In 1849, Elizabeth Blackwell became the first woman in the US to earn a medical degree when she graduated from Geneva Medical College, a small school in western New York. She only got in because the male
Adventure See these skiers tackle gorgeous snowy slopes after the sun sets. It’s always invigorating to plow down a snowy run on a pair of skis, but there’s something extra magical about taking on the
THE INTELLECTUAL HEART of London has been beating faster of late. North of Soho, the Bloomsbury neighborhood, with its orderly garden squares of soot-blackened-brick Georgian townhouses, was the stamping
The year’s notable fiction, poetry and nonfiction, selected by the editors of The New York Times Book Review. This list represents books reviewed since Dec. 4, 2016, when we published our previous Notables
The well-read CEO recommends books that have informed his own thinking and that of his team at Microsoft in formulating the company’s turnaround. If you spend time with Satya Nadella—as I did on several