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Thomas B. Dolinger

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A Starch Diet

STALOWA WOLA, POLAND—Polish cuisine is a constipating conglomeration of cured meats, potatoes, cream sauces, fried potatoes, blueberries, and potato chips.

Making Time To Speak to Lear

When students tell Professor of the Practice of Literary Criticism James Wood that they first encountered King Lear at 2:30

Runners To Sport Bibs at Marathon

Runners in today’s Boston Marathon—including a group of about 90 Harvard students—will help public health officials test a new way

Study Links Smoking Bans in Pubs to Declines in Air Pollution

Banning smoking in Irish-style pubs decreases air pollution by 93 percent, according to a study co-sponsored by the Harvard School