As universities bring unpaid players back to "voluntary" workouts during the pandemic, at least 39 schools report confirmed cases of the virus.
Taji gets his teeth whitened at a poorly reviewed orthodontist's office.
If you’re struggling to detach yourself from your various devices during this pandemic—or, if you can't do that out of necessity, but would like strategies for constantly looking at a screen without wanting to crack it into pieces—here are some tips.
Dr. Nicole LePera, better known as @The.Holistic.Psychologist, has over 2.6 million followers, but her "self-healing" approach has started to wear thin.
"Down to Earth," hosted by Zac Efron, is just one new show on the platform to peddle pseudoscience about health.
Answering questions about mask safety, cleaning, how to return to training, and dealing with face sweat.
“This is a place where many people believe the virus is a hoax or overblown. I have been told I’m weak and not a good Christian, that if I covered myself and my students in prayer, I would be fine.”
Despite their commitments to "self-care," too many spas, makeup superstores, and salon chains are lax about mask-wearing, putting customers and employees at risk.
Coronavirus has upended the intimate work of Socorristas en Red, a collective of volunteers who help women get abortions. But it hasn't changed their ultimate goal: a dramatic cultural shift in how Argentina treats women seeking to end their pregnancies.
Thousands of Americans sought out pills to end pregnancies in the first few weeks of the coronavirus pandemic.
Pregnant people have make an in-person visit to pick up the pill — even if they've already seen a provider about getting an abortion.
In states without Medicaid expansion, it can be virtually impossible to qualify for the program unless you’re pregnant, an extremely low-income parent, or deeply ill and disabled.
Four senior politicians, including Home Minister Amit Shah, have avoided the very hospitals they govern and have instead opted for private clinics.
Schools commonly track and report campus outbreaks of illnesses like STIs or the mumps, but for COVID, they're being far less transparent.