Rachel Grumman Bender, Yahoo

Rachel Grumman Bender


Palo Alto, CA, United States

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Past articles by Rachel:

Tori Bowie’s death highlights the fact that Black maternal mortality rates are high — and rising

An autopsy report revealed that the Olympic champion was eight months pregnant and in labor when she died. → Read More

Tori Bowie’s death highlights the fact that Black maternal mortality rates are high — and rising

An autopsy report revealed that the Olympic champion was eight months pregnant and in labor when she died. → Read More

Mammograms are still so uncomfortable. Here’s why — and how to make them less painful, according to doctors.

Compression mammography is "the gold standard," but it can be uncomfortable for many women. → Read More

20% of Gen Z adults say getting a tan is 'more important' to them than preventing skin cancer. Experts weigh in — and they're concerned.

A new survey finds that adults 18 to 25 lack sun safety knowledge, which puts them at greater risk for skin cancer later in life. → Read More

Adults with autism say they always felt 'different' growing up. Why they say getting the diagnosis later in life was a 'relief.'

Thanks to greater awareness, rates of both children and adults being diagnosed with autism are increasing. For many adults, finally getting a diagnosis is a relief. → Read More

Women get UTIs up to 30 times more often than men — here's why

The reason why women get significantly more UTIs than men has a lot to do with their anatomy. → Read More

What parents need to know about tuberculosis, according to experts

Cases of tuberculosis have cropped up at schools in different parts of the country. Here's what parents need to know about the infectious disease. → Read More

A 'concerning' number of women 65 and older are dying from cervical cancer, according to a new study

More older women are being diagnosed with late-stage cervical cancer, which experts say is concerning. Here's what you need to know. → Read More

Chlamydia is the most common bacterial STI in the U.S. — here’s what you need to know

The majority of people with chlamydia have no symptoms, so you can have the STI and not know it. → Read More

Are at-home COVID tests accurate? How can you get over COVID faster? Experts answer Yahoo Search users' top questions.

Experts answer the top COVID questions of 2022 from Yahoo search users. → Read More

What parents need to know about Omicron-specific COVID boosters for children 6 months and older

Children as young as 6 months old are now eligible to get the updated Omicron-specific COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

What is causing this 'incredible surge' of RSV? Experts explain.

RSV cases are climbing across the U.S. Experts explain what's behind the surge — and how the pandemic played a role. → Read More

What everyone should know about antibiotics, according to experts

Antibiotics are very effective but that doesn’t mean they’re meant to treat every cough, ache and sniffle. So when do you actually need one? Here's what experts say. → Read More

People are having more sex around the holidays — here's why

Experts say there are several reasons why interest in sex picks up over the holidays. → Read More

‘She was gasping for breath’: Moms share the ‘terrifying’ experience of having a baby hospitalized with RSV

One mom was told if she had put her baby to bed that night instead of going to the emergency room, “we wouldn’t have had her in the morning.” → Read More

Sex doesn't stop after 60: 'We can stay sexually zesty and vibrant'

Sex after 60 does have its challenges, but author Joan Price says it can also be “sizzling.” → Read More

Lottery fever: Why do giant jackpots like Powerball whip people into a frenzy?

With the Powerball jackpot now up to $1 billion, lottery fever is in the air. Despite low odds, experts explain how winning is a "powerful fantasy." → Read More

Creeped out by clowns? You’re not alone — here’s why.

Somewhere along the way, clowns went from cheery characters — often the highlight event at kids’ birthday parties — to becoming the stuff of nightmares. → Read More

CDC recommends adding COVID vaccines to routine childhood immunizations — here's what that means

COVID-19 vaccines may be added to childhood immunizations next year. But some are confused about what that means. An expert explains. → Read More

Here's what pregnancy actually looks like before 10 weeks. Experts explain why we don't see these images more often.

Photos of what pregnancy tissue from early abortions at 5 to 9 weeks looks like have gone viral. → Read More