Reflections on Becoming a Doctor During Two Epidemics
More than 36,000 new doctors were minted last month. They'll start their careers battling coronavirus and the racism that fuels its disproportionate outcomes.
The 8 Best Juicers of 2020
Use these to squeeze more fruits and veggies into your diet.
By Nicole Papantoniou, Good Housekeeping Institute
The Best Products to Treat and Prevent Inner-Thigh Chafing
Because thigh chafing shouldn't get in the way of summer fun.
By Mona Gohara, M.D.
What If Fertility Didn't Have a Shelf Life?
Nicole Shanahan and Sergey Brin’s struggle to start a family launched a new era in scientific research. The goal: End menopause.
By Bonnie Rochman
You Will Never Shower Barefoot at the Gym After You Read This
Warning: These photos are disturbing.
By Ian Servantes
‘I’ve Been Dealing With A Debilitating Condition For Three-Quarters Of My Life’
“I’ve been living with migraine for as long as I can remember—here’s how I finally got a handle on my disease.”
By Madeleine Burry
How to Feel Better Now
That spin class? Swap it for a sound bath. Here are the mind- and body-easing measures to turn to when traditional anxiety easers don’t cut it.
By Fiorella Valdesolo
Samsung Just Made Working Out at Home Even Easier
The brand's Samsung Health platform is designed with at-home exercise in mind.
By The Editors
These Virtual Mental Health Resources for Black Women Can Make All the Difference
Black lives matter, and so does Black mental health.
By Shannon Barbour
My Healing Journey After Sexual Assault
To recover from an assault at the hands of a friend, I spent months experimenting with different therapies.
By Remy Ramirez
Surrogacy Is Complicated—Then Add a Global Pandemic
In Ukraine, COVID-19 has left surrogates trapped and newborns abandoned.
By Daniela Prugger and Oksana Parafeniuk
Death Companioning and How It’s Helping Me Get Through the Pandemic
How an online course about grief helped me ease my COVID-19-related anxieties.
By Christine Colby
Coronavirus Ground Zero: 'In 12 Days, the World Had Turned Upside Down'
In this exclusive Hearst Magazines portfolio, meet the everyday heroes treating patients, cleaning rooms, and comforting families at the height of the COVID-19 outbreak in New York City.
By Marie Claire
Hopeful, Proud, Tired: How Frontline Workers Feel Fighting the COVID-19 Crisis
A photographer shot and interviewed 17 New York City healthcare heroes working tirelessly to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
By Benedict Evans
COVID-19 Is Keeping Women From Having Kids
A new survey by SoFi and Modern Fertility finds that the virus has put family planning on pause.
By Serena Tara
Exercise, Periods, Showering—It's All Different for Women in Space
NASA astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor explains what a beauty, health, and fitness routine is like for women in space.
By Maya Allen
Online Workout Classes to Stream While You Practice Social Distancing
12 p.m. workouts are a thing now!
By Rachel Epstein
How to Conduct Healthy Conversations Around Climate Change
Our resident psychiatrist weighs in on conversing thoughtfully with climate-change skeptics.
By Samantha Boardman
What Will COVID-19 Do to Pregnant Women's Mental Health?
Doctors are preparing for an increase in pandemic-related mental health issues brought on by stress, isolation, and economic distress.
By Leah Rose Chernikoff
IVF On Hold
COVID-19 stopped fertility treatments, leaving patients to wonder which will expire first: the restrictions or their own biological clocks.
By Kim Velsey
Hospitals Don't Have Enough Medical Supplies to Fight COVID-19
Groups are raising funds to send healthcare workers masks, gloves, and gowns. Donate here if you have the means.
By Rachel Epstein
Death Surrounds Her
Emily Rostkowski is an oncology nurse and cancer survivor herself. But now, like so many other healthcare workers, she spends her days in the center of the coronavirus storm.
By Erika Hayasaki
How Healthcare Workers Are Fighting Coronavirus Behind-the-Scenes
"It’s nothing like any of us have seen before."
By Rachel Epstein
Luxury Perfumer LVMH Will Use Its Factories to Produce Hand Sanitizer Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak
"These gels will be delivered free of charge to the health authorities,” said the corporation in a statement this weekend.
By Caroline Hallemann
The New Coronavirus Is More Likely To Be Spread By Pre-Symptomatic People Than Experts Originally Thought
If you're still going out to dinners with friends, now's the time to start social distancing.
By Emily Becker
'I'm a 42-Year-Old Woman Who Got the New Coronavirus. This Is What It's Been Like.'
"The cough and fever weren't nearly as difficult as calling everyone I'd crossed paths with to tell them I might have infected them."
By Marie Claire
Here’s What Staying Awake for 36 Hours Does to Your Face
Beauty sleep is a real thing.
By Philip Ellis
5 Mental Health Apps That Professionals Recommend
You are not alone.
By Bianca Rodriguez
What It's Like to Undergo Chemotherapy During COVID-19
Michelle Hynek, 46, was diagnosed with stage four colorectal cancer seven months ago. For her, isolation looks a lot different.
Pregnant Women Are Wondering: Should I Have a Home Birth?
The Covid-19 pandemic is causing additional panic for expectant mothers, who no longer know if a hospital is the best place for them.