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Vicky Hallett is a freelancer and former MisFits columnist.
The D.C.- and Philadelphia-based gelato maker scoops out treats that are uniquely her own.
Until she was directed to go to a hospital immediately, no one at her OB/GYN practice — which rotates patients through all of its doctors — had raised any red flags about her high blood pressure.
Whether you’re still in the sleepless-nights phase or the shuttling-between-activities phase, exercise can seem impossible. Here are some tried and true ideas.
At a new museum in Ferrara, long a hub of Jewish culture, the exhibits stretch back to the Roman Empire; eventually, they’ll cover Italy’s role in the Holocaust.
At FICO Eataly World, you can make cheese, play mini golf and eat just about anything Italian.
Hallie Lieberman’s “Buzz” is, yes, a stimulating history of bedroom secrets.
A program on 10 bases radically alters fitness regime, using bikes, social media, menu labels and more.
Comedian Aziz Ansari found plenty to like in the charming Italian city — and so will you.
Chefs from across Europe create original flavors in hopes of winning top honors.
Gerda Saunders chronicled the disease, and a childhood in South Africa.