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Your Inhalers and EpiPens Aren’t Very Healthy for the Environment

Single-use insulin pens changed Brian Brandell’s life. Growing up with Type 1 diabetes in the 1970s, he had to carry…

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Your Inhalers and EpiPens Aren’t Very Healthy for the Environment

Single-use insulin pens changed Brian Brandell’s life. Growing up with Type 1 diabetes in the 1970s, he had to carry…

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Can Your Personal Medical Devices Be Recycled?

Inhalers, EpiPens, home tests for flu or Covid, mouth guards. They accumulate in our homes, and recycling methods and advice…

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They Promoted Body Positivity. Then They Lost Weight.

Do plus-size influencers owe their followers an explanation when their bodies change?

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What Does It Mean to Dress Like an American?

A reader who is moving back to the United States from abroad wonders how to merge her personal wardrobe with…

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Against All Odds, New York’s Artist Buildings Have Survived

New York’s reputation as a beacon for artists was never inevitable. Only after World War II had destabilized Europe was…

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Men’s Fashion With a Flair for the Dramatic

Scene-stealing silhouettes and oversize proportions step into the spotlight for spring.

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Why Artists Rule New York

Unlike, say, Los Angeles or Washington, D.C. — one-industry towns where, more likely than not, you’re either in Hollywood or…

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A Watch With an Irresistible Tick

Time ticks by silently but, in the arcane universe of mechanical watches, sound is the ultimate achievement. While chiming clocks…

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Drug Drastically Reduces Children’s Reactions to Traces of Food Allergens

Xolair cuts the risk of dangerous reactions after exposure to minute amounts of allergens, researchers reported. But children taking it…

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