Sarah Klein, Health magazine

Sarah Klein

Health magazine

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Unknown
Past:
  • Health magazine
  • Prevention Magazine
  • HuffPost

Past articles by Sarah:

This Full-Body Workout Uses Only Things in Your Kitchen

Try these moves at home to exercise in your very own kitchen. → Read More

I Tried 10 Curly Hair Products to Tame Frizz—and These Are the Only 2 I'd Buy Again

One writer tried 10 different curly hair products to tame frizz and define her wavy, curly hair. → Read More

Can Pineapple Really Change the Way Your Vagina Tastes?

We asked experts if eating pineapple or drinking pineapple juice can really change the taste of vaginal secretions and semen. → Read More

This 30-Year-Old Personal Trainer Has Stage 4 Lung Cancer. You Wouldn't Know It by Looking at Her

UK personal trainer Vicky Veness was misdiagnosed with asthma. → Read More

Is It Too Late to Get the Flu Shot?

Flu activity is picking up, with widespread infection in 24 states. → Read More

7 Sex Positions Only Fitness Buffs Should Attempt

Only fitness buffs should attempt these mostly fun, a little crazy sex positions that feel like a trip to the gym. → Read More

The 5 Deadliest Drugs in America Include a Common Anti-Anxiety Prescription

A new CDC report lists the drugs most commonly involved in drug overdose deaths. → Read More

This Simple Stair Test Could Predict Your Risk of Dying

A new study found people who can quickly walk four flights of stairs without stopping have a lower risk of death. Learn more about how fitness affects → Read More

A Baby Was Born for the First Time From a Uterus Transplanted From a Dead Donor

A case report published in the Lancet details the first successful live birth from a uterus transplantation from a deceased donor. → Read More

This Harvard Professor Says You Should Only Eat 6 French Fries—and We Have Questions

Is six French fries really a serving size? Are potatoes ever healthy? We have questions after reading that New York Times article about French fries. → Read More

A Nurse Was Fired for Not Getting Her Flu Shot. Is It Ever OK to Skip Vaccination?

These are the only times someone should not get an influenza vaccination, according to the CDC. → Read More

Life Expectancy Is on the Decline–and Drug Overdoses and Suicide Are to Blame, CDC Says

New data from the CDC shows U.S. life expectancy is getting shorter as drug overdoses and suicides continue to rise. → Read More

This Is the Best Anti-Aging Workout, According to Science

A new study says endurance training and high-intensity interval training have anti-aging effects at the cellular level compared to resistance training → Read More

This Man's Nails Look Dented—but Are Actually a Symptom of Something More Serious

A 28-year-old man was diagnosed with psoriasis after going to the doctor for nail pitting. → Read More

You Could Have This Anxiety Disorder If You Can't Pee in Public

Paruresis is a social phobia that can make it impossible to pee in public or in front of others. Find out more about shy bladder causes and treatment. → Read More

Why Am I Feeling Lightheaded? 9 Reasons You Feel Faint and Dizzy

Feeling lightheaded and dizzy often results from a drop in blood pressure. Here, doctors explain why you might feel lightheaded—from low blood sugar to dehydration to serious medical conditions. → Read More

Why This Promising New Treatment for Peanut Allergies May Not Be for Everyone

A new treatment for peanut allergies was effective in two-thirds of children in preventing life-threatening allergic reactions. → Read More

This Woman Thought She Had Pneumonia—but It Turned Out to Be Stage 4 Lung Cancer

Amanda Nerstad thought she had mild walking pneumonia but was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. → Read More

Why Some People Die From Pneumonia–Even If They're Healthy

Pneumonia symptoms like coughing can be deadly. Learn more about how pneumonia can kill and how to protect yourself. → Read More

Are You a Coffee or a Tea Person? Your Genes May Hold the Answer

A new study finds people with certain bitter taste receptors drink more coffee. Find out how your genes determine if you're a tea or coffee person. → Read More