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HealthyWomen convened policy experts to examine the potential impact of the CURES 2.0 Act on women’s health
Should You Wear a Mask on a Plane, Bus or Train When There’s No Mandate? 4 Essential Reads to Help You Decide
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention still recommends that passengers mask up while on planes, trains or buses, but it’s no longer a requirement
Watch this video to find out how MS affects your central nervous system, common symptoms and the process getting diagnosed
Beer and Spirits Have More Detrimental Effects on the Waistline and on Cardiovascular Disease Risk Than Red or White Wine
A new study looks at how various alcohol types contribute to weight gain and disease risk
Why do Black women have the highest rates of obesity in the U.S.? The answer lies beyond the numbers on the scale.
The Oscar slap seen around the world was sparked by a joke about Jada Pinket Smith’s shaved head. Pinkett Smith has been public about her battle with Alopecia.
What Is the Best Mask for COVID-19? A Mechanical Engineer Explains the Science After 2 Years of Testing Masks in His Lab
If your cloth mask is comfy and light and feels like you are wearing nothing at all, it probably isn’t doing much to keep you and others safe from the coronavirus
Ripe berries and sugar crystals are both sweet, but one offers much more than just calories