Kate Taylor

Kate Taylor is the arts reporter at the New York Sun and the editor of an anthology of essays about anorexia, Going Hungry, which will be published next spring.

Medical Examiner
April 24 2007 7:27 AMCalorie Restriction, the Newest Eating Disorder
Culturebox
Dec. 19 2005 1:33 PMIs Anorexia Genetic?What the newest theory leaves out.
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Dec. 20 2002 12:10 PMWhat's new in the Economist.
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Dec. 6 2002 4:28 PMWhat's new in Esquire, etc.
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Nov. 22 2002 11:52 AMWhat's new in Vanity Fair, etc.
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Nov. 8 2002 12:41 PMWhat's new in the Economist, etc.
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Nov. 1 2002 11:41 AMWhat's new in the Economist, etc.
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Oct. 25 2002 12:26 PMWhat's new in Esquire, etc.
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Oct. 18 2002 4:23 PMWhat's new in Wired, etc.
Explainer
Oct. 2 2002 7:16 PMHow does a U.N. Security Council resolution get passed?
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Oct. 4 2002 12:37 PMWhat's new in the New Republic, etc.
Explainer
Sept. 18 2002 6:29 PMWhy does Bush go "nucular"?
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Sept. 13 2002 11:42 AMWhat's new in the New York Times Magazine, etc.
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Sept. 6 2002 12:56 PMWhat's new in the Economist, etc.
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Aug. 23 2002 12:24 PMWhat's new in the Economist, etc.
Medical Examiner
April 23 2007 7:27 AMIs Calorie Restriction Really Different From Anorexia?
Food
Feb. 23 2005 6:23 PMFrench Women Do Too Get FatWhat the best seller neglects to mention.
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Dec. 13 2002 12:06 PMWhat's new in the Economist, etc.
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Nov. 27 2002 12:21 PMWhat's new in the NYT Mag, etc.
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Nov. 15 2002 12:42 PMWhat's new in Wired, etc.
International Papers
Oct. 30 2002 6:34 PMRussia comes clean about the gas it used in Moscow.
The Big Story
Oct. 29 2002 10:13 AMGingrich: Caught in the Net.
Explainer
Oct. 15 2002 5:27 PMWhat is international law?
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Oct. 11 2002 4:35 PMWhat's new in Time, etc.
Dialogues
Oct. 2 2002 10:56 AMWhy Process Matters
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Sept. 27 2002 1:17 PMWhat's new in Time, etc.
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Sept. 20 2002 12:11 PMWhat's new in the Atlantic, etc.
Explainer
Sept. 3 2002 5:24 PMDid Mohamed Atta meet an Iraqi spy in Prague?
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Aug. 30 2002 1:08 PMWhat's new in Texas Monthly, etc.
Explainer
Aug. 5 2002 6:14 PMInmates can't vote. So why can they run for Congress?

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