Saturday Stories: @SelfMagazine's Fantastic Weight Issue

Saturday Stories: @SelfMagazine's Fantastic Weight Issue

With a rest through the norm right here, i needed to share with you if you do read them all, you‘ll find a couple of quotes from me here and there)( with you self Magazine’s incredible weight issue (warning,*****)

Carolyn Kylstra with an letter that is introductory The Editor

Ashley C. Ford with Tess Holiday’s Health Is None Of Your Business

Carolyn Kylstra with How Should a Health Brand Talk About Weight?

Lindy West with the real way we Talk About Bodies Has Actually Changed. Just what We Do About It Comes Next. read more

Saturday Stories: Hyper-personalized Food, Medical A.I., and Blood Spatter

Saturday Stories: Hyper-personalized Food, Medical A.I., and Blood Spatter

Nadia Berenstein, when you look at the brand new Food Economy, requires whether or otherwise not A.I. is defined to usher-in a period of hyper-personalized meals?

Abraham Verghese, when you look at the ny Times, from the possible impact that is future of discovering and digital files on doctors’ medical judgement and really becoming.

Pamela Colloff, in Propublica, with her story of forensics, bloodstream spatter, and murder.

Saturday Stories: Anthony Bourdain, Jamie Oliver, and Salt

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Saturday Stories: Anthony Bourdain, Jamie Oliver, and Salt

Saturday Stories: Anthony Bourdain, Jamie Oliver, and Salt
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Anthony Bourdain, within the brand new Yorker, with his first piece in 1999 never consume Before Reading This (we, like everyone, adored their work and can greatly miss it/him).

Laura Thomas, Sarah Dempster, Helen western and Rosie Saunt’s open-letter to Jamie Oliver asking him to quit (indirectly) fat shaming young ones.

Sarah Zhang, when you look at the Atlantic, from the jail research that will supply even more understanding of just how salt that is bad or perhaps isn’t for our health. read more

Saturday Stories: Stolen Torahs, Yonah Krakowsky, and Cudjo Lewis

Saturday Stories: Stolen Torahs, Yonah Krakowsky, and Cudjo Lewis

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Erik Overbey range, The Doy Leale McCall Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Southern Alabama. Colorization by Gluekit

Daniel Estrin, in NPR, with an whodunnit that is incredible great (and bad) Samaritans, old torahs, and theft (replete with only gorgeous pictures)

Yonah Krakowsky, in Toronto lifestyle, on his life as both an Orthodox Jew, so that as a gender-reassignment physician.

Zora Neale Hurston, posthumously in Vulture, with the story of of Cudjo Lewis, the slave-ship that is final.

Saturday Stories: Lots Of Farrakhan/Anti-Semitism

Saturday Stories: Lots Of Farrakhan/Anti-Semitism

First, Yair Rosenberg, into the Washington article, with outstanding, brief, and extremely piece that is balanced 5 fables about anti-Semitism.

Nylah Burton, in ahead, composing, "To My Black friends and family: I’m Ebony And Jewish. Farrakhan Is detrimental to Us All."

Yehuda Kurtzer, in times during the Israel, with a really piece that is thoughtful On buddies and Farrakhan: A plea to progressives

Saturday Stories: Pulitzers, Crippled Flights, and Deep Brain Stimulation

Saturday Stories: Pulitzers, Crippled Flights, and Deep Brain Stimulation

Kelsey Ables, in Columbia Journalism Assessment, on Mariel Padilla, the journalism pupil and just how she found out in class that she’d won a Pulitzer.

Clive Irving, in day-to-day Beast, on veteran fighter pilot Tammie Jo Shults, and how she landed Southwest that is crippled flight***********).

David Dobbs, into the Atlantic, regarding the failure, and guarantee, of deep mind stimulation on despair.

Saturday Stories: Death, Bike Riding, And Cow Surfactant

Saturday Stories: Death, Bike Riding, And Cow Surfactant

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Rachel Aviv, when you look at the New Yorker, requires just what this means to perish?

Emily Brown, when you look at the Outline, on learning how to drive a bicycle as an adultE.

Eric Broodman, in STAT, as to how an slaughter that is inconspicuous keeps the entire world’s untimely children live (needs STAT Plus, and they offer very first 30 days no-cost)

Saturday Stories: Awfulness Edition

Saturday Stories: Awfulness Edition

Sarah Boesveld, in Chatelaine, explaining the world that is horrific of women and social networking.

Michael J. Koplow, in Israel plan Forum, covers some difficult facts about Gaza certain to disturb nearly everybody which checks out it irrespective of with whom their particular sympathies lie.

Emily Shire, when you look at the ahead, from the rise that is thriving of wing anti-Semitism.