Colleen Stinchcombe, SELF Magazine

Colleen Stinchcombe

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Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Colleen:

The FDA Just Authorized Pfizer's Coronavirus Vaccine for Emergency Use

It's the first authorized COVID-19 vaccine in the U.S. → Read More

A 175-Person Conference May Have Led to More Than 300,000 Coronavirus Cases

A Biogen conference in February appears linked to more than 300,000 coronavirus cases, according to new research. → Read More

The FDA Just Approved an At-Home Coronavirus Test, No Prescription Necessary

There's now an FDA-approved at-home coronavirus test that doesn't require a prescription, but only certain groups of people can use it. → Read More

Unsafe Holiday Gatherings Could Lead to a ‘Really Dark’ January, Dr. Fauci Says

Now's the time to hunker down, because unsafe holiday gatherings could lead to a "really dark" January, Dr. Fauci says. → Read More

Actor Natalie Desselle-Reid Has Died of Colon Cancer at Only 53

Actor Natalie Desselle-Reid has died of colon cancer at age 53. Here are the colon cancer symptoms to know. → Read More

A 300-Person Indoor Wedding May Have Led to At Least 6 Coronavirus Deaths

Two coronavirus outbreaks are linked with a 300-person indoor wedding in Washington this past November. The wedding may be linked to at least six deaths. → Read More

Bryan Cranston Still Can't Fully Taste or Smell Months After Getting Coronavirus

Bryan Cranston is still dealing with a persistent coronavirus symptom—loss of smell and taste—months after getting the virus. → Read More

Airport Coronavirus Screenings Apparently Haven’t Been That Effective

A new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report shows that airport coronavirus screenings haven’t actually been that effective. Here’s what to know. → Read More

Costco's Mask Guidance Just Got Much More Strict

In an update, Costco's mask guidance has clearly gotten much more strict. Now, all shoppers must wear a face covering when at the store. Here's why. → Read More

Measles Infections Are Skyrocketing Because of Low Vaccination Rates

Measles infections are climbing rapidly, and public health experts are sounding the alarm. Here's what to know about why measles infections are increasing. → Read More

How the Navajo Nation Is Handling Its ‘Uncontrolled' Coronavirus Spread

Coronavirus cases are surging again on the Navajo Nation. Here's how officials are handling this emergency. → Read More

Cloth Masks Do Actually Help Protect You From Coronavirus, Per the CDC

Cloth masks do actually help protect the wearer from coronavirus, the CDC says. Here's why, plus how to use masks as safely as possible. → Read More

Signs You & Your Partner Have a Disconnect — And What To Do About It

Signs that you and your partner are disconnected are more subtle than you think. → Read More

13 Seriously Magical Sex Toys for Crystal-Loving Witchy Types

We’re bringing the yogic breath to the bedroom. Cast a sex spell, sip a love potion and om into the night with these sex toys. → Read More

Voting and Coronavirus: How to Stay Safe From Coronavirus at the Polls

When it comes to voting and coronavirus, make your voice heard as safely as possible. Here's how to stay safe at the polls. → Read More

Stevie Nicks: Without My Abortion, Fleetwood Mac Probably Wouldn't Exist

Singer Stevie Nicks says that without her abortion, Fleetwood Mac probably wouldn't exist. Now, she fears for the state of abortion access. → Read More

Daycares Don't Seem to Cause Much Coronavirus Transmission, Says New Research

A new study from Yale paints an interesting picture. → Read More

Spinco Cycling Studio Had a Coronavirus Outbreak Even With Safety Protocols

It's unfortunate but not surprising. Here's what we can learn from the fact that Spinco cycling studio in Ontario is having a coronavirus outbreak after following safety protocols. → Read More

Kristen Bell Says Dax Shepard Is ‘Doing Really Great’ After Opioid Relapse

Kristen Bell spoke to Ellen DeGeneres about her husband, Dax Shepard, and his recovery from opioid addiction. → Read More

Small Indoor Gatherings Are Contributing to a Coronavirus Spike

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's director, small indoor gatherings are an "increasing threat" behind rising coronavirus cases. → Read More