The New York Times article titled “Intimidation, Pressure and Humiliation: Inside Trump’s Two-Year War on the Investigations Encircling Him” by The New York Times reporters Mark Mazzetti, Maggie Haberman, Nicholas Fandos and Michael S. Schmidt details the current status of Robert Mueller’s investigation of Present Donald Trump & Russia influence in 2016 presidential election. This article is very detail and educative for all.
A recent article Why Do South Asians Have Such High Rates of Heart Disease? in The New York Times | Feb 12, 2019 issue is interesting and very important for all South Asians living here in the US. The study cited the article makes it clear that despite so called “healthy & good life style” this ethnic group seems to “have a greater tendency to store body fat in places where it shouldn’t be, like the liver, abdomen and muscles. Fat that accumulates in these areas, known as visceral or ectopic fat, causes greater metabolic damage than fat that is stored just underneath the skin, known as subcutaneous fat.“
The Japanese tidying expert Marie Kondo is known in US since 2014 when her The New York Times best seller book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up was published. In 2015, The New Yorker magazine ran a piece titled The Origin Story of Marie Kondo’s Decluttering Empire reporting how Americans were inspired from her decluttering …
Similar what we had experienced in 2017, Minnesotans are experiencing again Life Threatening Extreme Cold in a Generation. This has been the coldest temperature so far! In 2017, we had similar arctic outbreak in Minnesota around second week of December. This life threatening cold temperature hits midwest including Minnesota with greatest frostbite risk since mid-90s.
Wind chills of minus 35 to 65 are expected through the period. Exposed skin can get frostbite in as little as 5 minutes when the wind chill is 50 below, and Twin Cities metro area wind chills are expected to be minus 50 or lower from Tuesday evening through early Wednesday morning, then in the 40s below zero the remainder of Wednesday into early Thursday.Ron Tondra
Meteorologist, Updraft Blog
The New York Times has an posts How to Get Stronger in the New Year offers “six ways to build muscle, even if you don’t have much time to work out”. Very useful for seniors to maintain a healthy life style.
How a Wellness expert spend their typical weekend? Well, The New York Times has a Sunday routine of wellness expert Dr Deepak Chopra – How Deepak Chopra, Wellness Expert, Spends His Sundays. According to The Post’s reporter Alix Strauss “There is yoga, there is walking, there is meditation. There is mindfulness, there is reflection, there is detachment. And there is also coffee, lots of coffee.” ∞
The January 7, 2019 issue of The New Yorker magazine has a profile article titled “How Mark Burnett Resurrected Donald Trump as an Icon of American Success“. In the article the reporter Patrick Radden Keefe writes in detail that how the “The Apprentice,” the TV producer mythologized Trump—then a floundering D-lister—as the ultimate titan, paving his way to the Presidency. Yet another interesting on President Trump.
The New York Times article Despair, Love and Loss: A Journey Inside West Virginia’s Opioid Crisis illustrates how addition takes toll on peoples lives. We read similar similar stories on almost daily basis. The other similar heartbreaking stories from the Times on Hooked in America series, How Do You Recover After Millions Have Watched You Overdose?.
Only a exceptional people like Keri Blakinger, criminal justice reporter for the Houston Chronicle could come out of it. Read more about Keri’s story From Convict To Criminal Justice Reporter: ‘I Was So Lucky To Come Out Of This’ and her Washington Post 2015 post Heroin addiction sent me to prison. White privilege got me out and to the Ivy League.
In to-day’s (Dec 6, 2018) issue of The New York Times, there is an interesting article “Making President Trump’s Bed: A Housekeeper Without Papers“. This sort of hypocrisy makes many of us sick of politics.
There is an interesting article in The New York times about CBD (Cannabidiol) oil titled Why Is CBD Everywhere?. To quote from The Times “Cannabidiol is being touted as a magical elixir, a cure-all now available in bath bombs, dog treats and even pharmaceuticals. But maybe it’s just a fix for our anxious times. ”
Dr Richard A Friedman, a psychiatrist and a contributing opinion writer, joins in the debate with his Dec 28 opinion post Is CBD Helpful, or Just Hype? suggesting CBD enthusiasts to wait the research before pouring CBD into our tea and rubbing it all over our bodies. ∞