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Kristen Stewart, wrapping up her publicity tour for the recent U.S. opening of "On the Road," appears on the cover of the next V Magazine, out Thursday, as well as in an inside 10-page spread. She was shot by famed photo couple Inez and Vinoodh, and found...
This is the year you will resolve to ditch the diets, the "all or nothing" mentality and the "no-pain, no-gain" fitness goals. This is the year you will resolve to use common sense to eat less junk food, move more — and have fun doing it. Remember...
Robotic surgery was initially developed to target prostate cancer — and today four in five prostectomies are performed by this revolutionary system, according to the National Cancer Institute. Although robotics — the pioneering da Vinci...
All The RageLos Angeles Clippers' power forward and rising NBA star Blake Griffin starts off 2012 on the right foot by appearing on the cover of the January/February "Men's Health" magazine....
"It's not that easy to find," warned the friend who agreed to meet at her favorite Korean place, Jun Won. There's a faded sign, but unless you can read Hangul, Korean lettering, it won't help. Most customers park behind the restaurant and go in through...
I am not a jealous man, so my blood pressure did not skyrocket the other day when my wife told me this: "There was this one guy in high school who used to wear T-shirts that showed off his pipes and I drooled over him." But I'll admit to being a tad...
The line between geek chic and plain-old geek can be a fine one. A bow tie could be a fraction of an inch too thick, or there might be just a little too much room in the collar of a short-sleeve dress shirt. There's also the issue of the label. "You can'...
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WHEN urologist Dr. Irwin Goldstein declared in 1997: "There are only two kinds of male cyclists -- those who are impotent and those who will be impotent," many bike riders scoffed. Saying the equipment housed in their spandex shorts worked just fine, they...
RICHARD A. KAYE is an associate professor of English at Hunter College in New York.At a conference of literary scholars in December, a friend was interviewing a candidate for an academic position. After answering the usual questions about proposed courses, teaching loads and scholarly interests, the candidate volunteered, "Oh, by...
It's a good thing dietary guidelines aren't laws. If they were, just about all of us could be found guilty. Even if you load fruit onto your whole-grain cereal and pile greens on your sandwiches, chances are you're regularly falling short on one or more...
Special to The TimesBEER is to Denver what cream soda is to New York, vodka is to Moscow and wheat grass is to West Hollywood: an unofficial civic beverage that leans toward undesirable stereotype. Men's Health magazine, for instance, named Denver the most "sloshed" big...
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