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Past articles by Anna:

3 times home DNA tests revealed people's identities weren't what they thought

Through home DNA tests, people have discovered they were switched at birth, their father isn't related to them, and they're not the race they thought. → Read More

For years, a man struggled to breathe. Then doctors discovered a tooth growing in his nose.

In a December report, Mount Sinai doctors describe a 38-year-old patient who looked normal but had a tooth growing in his right nostril. → Read More

Newborns appear to be protected from COVID-19 if their mothers are vaccinated, study finds

A new CDC report finds 84% of babies hospitalized with COVID-19, and 88% of those in the ICU with COVID-19, have unvaccinated moms. → Read More

COVID vaccines do not trigger pre-term birth, according to a large CDC study

When looking at more than 46,000 new moms, researchers found vaccine status didn't affect rates of preterm or small-for-gestational age births. → Read More

3 warning signs that a loved one is in an abusive relationship

Gabby Petito's death has sparked a national conversation about domestic violence. Experts told Insider how to spot signs of abuse in a relationship. → Read More

Parents of Olympic athletes have 3 traits in common

Gold-medal gymnast Suni Lee has called her father her best friend and No. 1 supporter. Parents of Olympians tend to be active themselves, and not push their → Read More

The 3 hardest Olympics sports, according to sports medicine experts

Insider asked six sports medicine professionals to name the hardest summer Olympic sports. They considered the physical, technical, and mental strength needed. → Read More

Meghan Markle may use a doula to give birth. Here's what that means.

Meghan Markle may use a doula, a non-medical childbirth support expert, during her second birth. Doula-assisted births are linked with better outcomes and → Read More

A UK woman says her daughter died 10 years ago from chewing too much gum

Samantha Jenkins died 10 years ago at age 19 from chewing excessive gum, her mom believes. The coroner didn't rule out gum as a potential contributor to her → Read More

Why getting an abortion before 6 weeks of pregnancy is almost 'impossible'

Texas' new law bans abortions after 6 weeks, but most people don't know they're pregnant by then. Doctors often won't see patients until a suspected 8 weeks → Read More

COVID-19 may be more common in women with PCOS, a condition that's often ignored

PCOS is linked with a 28% increased risk of COVID-19, even when accounting for other factors. The common hormonal condition can cause weight gain, excess body → Read More

Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine doesn't affect sperm, preliminary data suggests

Researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem found no abnormalities in the volume, concentration, or motility of the men's sperm after the shot. → Read More

You are more likely to get a blood clot on birth-control pills than from the J&J vaccine — but not the same type of clot

The rate of blood clots is higher among women on birth-control pills than the rate associated with J&J's vaccine. But comparing them isn't so simple. → Read More

OBGYNs say pregnant people should feel safe getting the coronavirus vaccine

Two physicians recommend the vaccine in pregnancy and while breastfeeding. But if you're scared of it, you shouldn't feel forced into getting it. → Read More

A 'gunfight' at a Wilmington, North Carolina, house party shooting left 3 dead and 4 injured, police say

Wilmington Police said officers responded to a house party early Saturday morning and found seven people had been shot. → Read More

7 people died in the UK from blood clots after getting AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine

A UK regulator said despite concerns over blood clots in the wake of AstraZeneca's shot, the doses are safe and the benefits outweigh possible risks. → Read More

How to know if you can exercise after your COVID-19 vaccine or if you should just rest up

No strong evidence shows how exercise right before or after the COVID-19 shot affects its efficacy. Staying active supports your immune system, but overtraining → Read More

Watch: Maternal health experts answer your questions about the COVID-19 vaccine in pregnancy

An OB-GYN and pediatrician field questions from pregnant people considering the vaccine, including if timing matters and if it impacts fertility. → Read More

Vaccinated pregnant women can pass protective antibodies to their babies in utero and through breastmilk, studies suggest

Getting the COVID-19 vaccine while pregnant appears to be beneficial to both mom and baby, emerging research suggests. → Read More

Why COVID-19 and its side effects are riskier for pregnant people than a vaccine

Pregnancy increases the risk for complications from COVID-19. The vaccine appears safe based on the 30,000 vaccinated pregnant people being tracked. → Read More