As universities bring unpaid players back to "voluntary" workouts during the pandemic, at least 39 schools report confirmed cases of the virus.
Patent pending, abs imminent.
Taji gets his teeth whitened at a poorly reviewed orthodontist's office.
Sue Jeiven is a tattoo artist in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. She's also living with Stage 4 breast cancer. We met her to talk about her work, her life, and her art serving as her legacy.
Skip the touching tribute to the American dream—and the lake house pics—on Instagram this weekend.
If your loved ones seem to need more from you right now, there are plenty of ways to be there for them and be good to yourself, too.
"This is the only medical illness that we use criminal justice to respond to."
Mandatory mask-wearing has allowed most countries to resume public life. Also, they make everyone look attractive. What's not to love?
I've put my tatas through sports of all intensities, including high-impact ones. Here are all the lessons I've learned about picking good sports bras.
Public and business bathrooms aren't reliably open or safe from viruses, and people are peeing their pants in public.
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 a divorce, who gets custody of the embryos?
Candace would’ve had to fly to the neighboring island to get an abortion, but she got sent pills instead.
The Texas city is the latest to spin the severity of the pandemic with soothing colors and words that obscure the fact that its ICUs are overloaded.
In place of adequate containment strategies, we have... designers trying to enclose us in little pods during every activity.
The doctors and nurses have one clear message: Racism is a public health crisis.