Month: July 2020

Mythological tales, from Achilles to Dracula, are rooted in immunity. And since medicine’s earliest days, physicians have relied on metaphors—using images like armies, orchestras, communities, weather, and gardens—to try to explain what is, in fact, an extremely complicated system that controls the health and well-being of virtually every aspect of the human body. New York
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Photography by LMChabot.“We should inspire each other to reach better living standards together, instead of elbowing each other to be at the top of others.” By Odessa Paloma Parker Date July 31, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Montreal-based multi-hyphenate Caroline Pham, who launched her accessories brand Ora-C five years ago, looks at the world a little differently.
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With much of the year moved to distanced outdoor activities or solo ones inside, many of us have had to rethink our favorite workouts. Although a group Spin class may not be a reality for those of us who are itching to clip-in, at-home bikes are. Whether you’re like this editor who recently ditched her
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Major spoilers for season 1 of The Morning Show below. After a splashy season 1 debut on AppleTV+, The Morning Show is coming back for a second installment. The series garnered awards attention for stars Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, with Aniston winning a Screen Actors Guild award. The show also received eight Emmy nominations
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By FASHION Staff Date July 30, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Tonight, FASHION held its virtual runway competition Slay The Runway II, a co-production with Karim Olen Ash and XPOSED and presented in association with Tide and Jean Paul Gaultier, in support of The 519. Moderated by Twysted Miyake-Mugler, the judges – Tamar Miyake-Mugler, supermodel and Canada’s Drag
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There’s never a wrong time to welcome new Beyoncé content, but the arrival of her new visual album Black Is King on Disney+ feels even more necessary and cathartic right now. On Juneteenth, Beyoncé declared her secretive project Black Is King was on its way with a stunning surprise trailer. Bey wrote, directed, and executive-produced
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Yellow Dog ProductionsGetty Images Before silk presses became the hairstyle du jour on the menu at natural hair salons, it was the press and curl that our mothers, aunts, and grandmothers did in our hair to prepare us for Easter Sunday, picture day, or our graduations. I can remember the process to this day: Sitting
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Image courtesy of TIFFIdris Elba, Kate Winslet, Saoirse Ronan and Halle Berry are some of the stars with films at this year’s (largely virtual) festival. By Pahull Bains Date July 30, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter In light of Covid restrictions, the Toronto International Film Festival is going largely virtual this September with a limited schedule of
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We’re now over two months into the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement globally. By and large the media has stopped reporting on the marches and protests across North America with the same frequency and urgency as they were two months ago, but they’re still happening and they still matter. And while the spotlight
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Let’s be honest: the changing room experience does nothing for the already tender task of test-driving a bathing suit. Ordering swimwear online allows for a more relaxed try-on session at home, plus it opens up a whole world of options that might better suit your body, budget and style inclinations. On the flip side, taking
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Restrictions vary across the country—here’s what to know before flying After months of Instagram strolling, Netflix-watching and recipe experimentation of quarantine, we are all itching to get away now that the weather is warmer and businesses are reopening. To help you navigate the complicated flight and travel restrictions across Canada, and internationally, we’ve rounded up
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