Susan L. Solomon, Crusader for Stem Cell Research, Dies at 71

Susan L. Solomon, Crusader for Stem Cell Research, Dies at 71

stem cell research laboratory Susan L. Solomon, whose frustration over lags in finding a cure for her teenage son’s Type 1 diabetes prompted her to establish what became a leading independent stem cell research laboratory, died on Sept. 8 at her home in Amagansett, N.Y. She was 71. The cause was ovarian cancer, according to … Read more

What a High-Risk Pregnancy Looks Like After Dobbs

What a High-Risk Pregnancy Looks Like After Dobbs

Photographs by Stephanie Sinclair Text by Jaime Lowe Pregnancy can be dangerous — occasionally fatal — for both women and the fetuses they hope to deliver. Fetal conditions, like a nonviable twin that threatens the health of its sibling, can also imperil the mother. So can disorders like cancer, heart disease, kidney dysfunction, diabetes, and … Read more

Air France Introduces New Amenity Kits on Long-Haul Flights

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(12 September 2022, 11:34 +07)  Air France has introduced a new range of amenity kits on its long-haul flights. Available in the Business and Premium Economy cabins, the new kits have been developed with an eco-friendly approach and designed as genuine gifts that can be kept, collected and reused after the flight. The new kits … Read more

Etihad to Increase Flights to JFK; Expand Partnership with JetBlue

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(12 September 2022, 11:34 +07)  Etihad Airways continues to strengthen its commitment in the US market with increased flights from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) on the heels of the launch of the airline’s new A350 aircraft, and an expanded partnership with JetBlue. From 15 November, Etihad will add four weekly flights … Read more

AirAsia X Resumes Flights Between Kuala Lumpur and Sydney, Australia

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(11 September 2022, 10:44 +07)  AirAsia X (AAX) has resumed commercial services to Australia, after a two year hiatus caused by the pandemic. The airline launched twice weekly flights between Kuala Lumpur and Sydney, Australia on Friday, and will connect the service to Auckland, New Zealand from 7 November 2022. AirAsia X will also resume … Read more

When You Think You’re Not Good Enough

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Have you ever felt like you weren’t good enough and that no matter what you did, you would never be good enough? Do you sometimes unwittingly self-sabotage your self-esteem with bad thoughts, You’re not alone. What you’re feeling now is something many of us have experienced in our lives. We question ourselves: if we’re good … Read more

Attachment theory: How Childhood Affects Life

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The attachment theory argues that a strong emotional and physical bond to one primary caregiver in our first years of life is critical to our development. If our bonding is strong and we are securely attached, then we feel safe to explore the world. We know there is always that safe base, to which we … Read more