Perched on a dock hugging a waterway, this three-bedroom home on a barrier island sits just south of the Kennedy Space Center. Built in 1974, the property is full of surprises. Four years ago, the owners installed a 10,000-pound boat lift, rescreened the saltwater pool, and extended the lanai. Sip a daiquiri right next to the dock and live your best life. … [Read more...] about Raise a Mai Tai: These 9 Homes With Tiki Bars Are Lit!
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Recently published data show remdesivir worked better in study participants receiving oxygen support than in those who were sicker, on ventilators, or receiving external cardiac and respiratory support. That information should have been divulged sooner, to guide decisions about who to give that scarce drug. It is morally imperative to continue to gather data to refine our understanding of what interventions work best, in what patients, when given at what point in the disease. … [Read more...] about Many patients, little drugs: Who should get scarce COVID-19 treatments?
"Erroneously suggesting that WA1 introduced the earliest US outbreak of SARS-CoV-2 obscured the societal and public health benefits produced by an attentive, collaborative, and thoughtful patient willing to work with public health workers to prevent the spread of SARS-CoV-2," the team wrote. … [Read more...] about US missed early chance to slow coronavirus, genetic study indicates
"Which Is More Than I Can Say About Some People" is about both kinds of love: boy-girl and parent-child. Abby is contemplating the end of her marriage while on a trip to Ireland with her mother. Eventually, she figures out that what went wrong is that no toast was made at her wedding, and she toasts her mother, who may have been short on TLC, but passed on a "knack for solitude." Abby's conclusion is classic bittersweet Moore: "It was really that the world was one's brutal mother, the one that nursed and neglected you, and your own mother was only your sibling in that world." … [Read more...] about Book World: Reading Lorrie Moore – again or anew – you’ll feel like she really knows you
Diners looking to up their Instagram cred should head to La Pitahaya Vegana (also in Roma Norte), a two-year old establishment famous for its tacos served on bright pink tortillas. Fresh beet juice is used to dye the tortillas, which are made from fresh corn, amaranth, sesame, and flax. Grain-free diners are also invited to enjoy their tacos on dramatically less-photogenic lettuce leaves. Notable fillings include tender cauliflower with zesty coconut cheese and pineapple cream, hearty adobo mushrooms, and spicy machaca tofu. Wash it all down with another new trend in Mexico City—kombucha! The house made brew is served in glass bottles with chunks of mandarin orange and other seasonal fruits. La Pitahaya Vegana attracts a mostly foreign crowd in Roma Norte, a neighborhood very popular with tourists, and word is spreading fast! … [Read more...] about Mexico City Is a Vegan Dream, From Gold Taco to Por Siempre Vegano