Can Schools Require COVID-19 Vaccines for Students Now That Pfizer’s Shot Is Authorized for Kids 12 and Up?

The Food and Drug Administration has granted the first emergency use authorization of a COVID-19 vaccine for adolescents. What comes next?

Prevention & Screenings

15 Minutes With Jessica Malaty Rivera

The epidemiologist and unlikely Instagram star shares some straight talk about Covid-19 and vaccines

Prevention & Screenings

Popping Toys, the Latest Fidget Craze, Might Reduce Stress for Adults and Children Alike

If you've ever clicked a ballpoint pen again and again, you've used a fidget item

Self-Care & Mental Health

What You Need to Know About Osteoporosis

When do women start to experience bone loss? Our video answers this and other questions about osteoporosis, and explores treatment options, including minimally invasive surgery.

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HealthyWomen's 2020 Policy Survey Shows That Knowledge Is Power

How access to scientific studies and policies informs women’s health choices.

Your Care

Going Back to the Office? The Colder Temperature Could Lead to Weight Gain

Living or working in a cool environment for extended periods can lower core body temperature. This decreases metabolic rate and may cause weight gain.

Work & Money

Qué debe saber sobre la enfermedad inflamatoria intestinal

Millones de estadounidenses padecen enfermedades inflamatorias intestinales. Aquí encontrará lo que debe saber.

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What You Need to Know About Inflammatory Bowel Disease

IBD affects millions of Americans. Here's what you need to know.

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Time to Say Goodbye to Some Insurers’ Waivers for Covid Treatment Fees

A growing number of insurers are quietly ending those fee waivers for Covid-19 treatment on some or all policies

Access & Affordability

Barriers to Care: Head and Neck Cancer

From getting a diagnosis to finding care, head and neck cancer can be difficult to manage

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Declaring Racism a Public Health Crisis Brings More Attention to Solving Long-Ignored Racial Gaps in Health

Where someone lives is the greatest predictor of health and life expectancy. A person's ZIP code is also a good predictor of their race and ethnicity.

Access & Affordability