Book Review|'Eligible,' Curtis Sittenfeld's Update of Jane Austen - New York Times - Monday, April 25, 2016 - 09:30

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Book Review|'Eligible,' Curtis Sittenfeld's Update of Jane Austen
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Jane Austen hasn't written a new book in 200 years, but that hasn't stopped anyone from trying to resurrect, recast and reimagine her old ones. “Pride and Prejudice,” in particular, has enjoyed a full and occasionally wacko afterlife. It's been a ...

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Books|Review: In 'Pumpkinflowers,' a New Style of Middle East Combat - New York Times - Sunday, April 24, 2016 - 21:58

Books|Review: In 'Pumpkinflowers,' a New Style of Middle East Combat
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During the 1990s, Matti Friedman and his fellow Israeli soldiers fought in a string of conflicts that never collectively earned a name. These battles existed in historical parentheses, wedged between Israel's first Lebanon War, in 1982, and its second ...

Murphy bill would stop tapping Social Security to pay student loans - TCPalm - Sunday, April 24, 2016 - 21:49

Murphy bill would stop tapping Social Security to pay student loans
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People older than 65 owe $18.2 billion on student loans, according to former Harvard professor and lawyer Nancy J. Altman, founding co-director of Social Security Works, an advocacy group. Murphy's bill would prevent the garnishment of those benefits ...

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Inside the List - New York Times - Friday, April 22, 2016 - 16:36

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Inside the List
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And a new biography of Thomas Jefferson, “ 'Most Blessed of the Patriarchs,' ” by Annette Gordon-Reed and Peter S. Onuf, enters the hardcover list at No. 16. Are readers turning to these books for context, as a reprieve or for some other reason entirely?

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Health|Fancy Juice Doesn't Cleanse the Body of Toxins - New York Times - Friday, April 22, 2016 - 14:12

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Health|Fancy Juice Doesn't Cleanse the Body of Toxins
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Review: Knausgaard Becomes a Writer in a Sick, Crooked World - New York Times - Thursday, April 21, 2016 - 20:24

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Review: Knausgaard Becomes a Writer in a Sick, Crooked World
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Patiently, with no pretense, he unlocks one safe deposit box of memory and emotion after another — safe deposit boxes you'd forgotten you'd owned. In Mr. Knausgaard's new novel, the fifth and penultimate installment in his autobiographical “My ...

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Vancouver Prescriptions for Addicts Gain Attention as Heroin and Opioid Use Rises - New York Times - Thursday, April 21, 2016 - 09:00

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Vancouver Prescriptions for Addicts Gain Attention as Heroin and Opioid Use Rises
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Dave Napio, 55, at a single-room occupancy hotel after receiving one of his three daily drug doses at the Crosstown Clinic in Vancouver, British Columbia. Credit Ruth Fremson/The New York Times. VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Dave Napio started ...

Review: How Streisand Became a Symbol, by Neal Gabler - New York Times - Wednesday, April 20, 2016 - 20:25

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Review: How Streisand Became a Symbol, by Neal Gabler
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She'd thought about it, writes Neal Gabler, author of “Barbra Streisand: Redefining Beauty, Femininity, and Power,” the latest entry in Yale's University Press's Jewish Lives series. How could she not, when an early review in Variety said she needed “a ...

How Medicare Penalizes Hospitals for Being Too Careful - New York Times - Wednesday, April 20, 2016 - 11:00

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How Medicare Penalizes Hospitals for Being Too Careful
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Health|You've Been Washing Your Hands Wrong - New York Times - Wednesday, April 20, 2016 - 10:38

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Health|You've Been Washing Your Hands Wrong
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New blood test may be able to find best antidepressant match - Cape Cod Times (subscription)

New blood test may be able to find best antidepressant matchCape Cod Times (subscription)British scientists took a major step toward bringing personalized medicine to mental health on Tuesday, announcing that they developed a blood test that can accurately predict whether you'll respond to the conventional, commonly prescribed ...

Rumore to speak at NAMI meeting - Bonner County Daily Bee

Rumore to speak at NAMI meetingBonner County Daily BeeSANDPOINT — Dante Rumore, clinical social worker serving the nation's combat veterans, will speak on Wednesday, June 15, at the NAMI Far North meeting. The National Alliance on Mental Illness meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m.

This Is Why You Constantly Diagnose Yourself Over The Internet - Gizmodo Australia

This Is Why You Constantly Diagnose Yourself Over The InternetGizmodo AustraliaFor those of use who aren't extensively trained in psychology, the line between the Forer effect and actual psychology gets thinner by the day, which is one of the reasons why so many people are self-diagnosing.

New blood test may be able to find best antidepressant match - Cape Cod Times (subscription)

New blood test may be able to find best antidepressant matchCape Cod Times (subscription)British scientists took a major step toward bringing personalized medicine to mental health on Tuesday, announcing that they developed a blood test that can accurately predict whether you'll respond to the conventional, commonly prescribed .

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