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By Emily Hopkins

When we first reached Justin Boyette on his cell phone, he was busy tasting wine in California. It was just home-work, really, a matter of checking out the competition.

“I...

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By Doug McInnis

American kids are obsessed with thinness, yet more and more of them are overweight, if not obese. They try myriad weight-loss schemes, yet nothing seems to work. This is the panorama Abby Ellin, New York Times columnist and author, explores in...

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By Gary Frank

As far as Robert Stegall-Smith is concerned, the term “foodie” represents a welcome trend in American life.

“It works for me because people love food but hate to...

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By Jennifer Campbell

“Fred Wilcox told me I wrote like a French philosopher,” says Jennifer Patterson. She laughs, and adds, “and he didn’t mean that in a good way.” The associate professor of writing urged her to avoid emulating...

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By Susan Weiner

During her 25 years as a sports nutrition consultant, Heidi Skolnik has counseled corporate VIPs, the New York Mets, the New York Giants, the New York Knicks, the Juilliard School, and the School of American Ballet on the virtues of nutrition and...

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