Abby Haglage, Yahoo

Abby Haglage


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Past articles by Abby:

Comedian Jacqueline Novak on sex-shaming: ‘there’s something fishy about the way teen girls are treated’

If Novak's one-woman show "Get On Your Knees" comes off academic, that’s because it is. → Read More

Britney Spears reveals she was forced to take lithium — here's what the drug is used for

Britney Spears says that she was put on lithium against her will in her conservatorship hearing this week. An expert weighs in on how the drug works. → Read More

Alzheimer's experts share what you need to know about the newly approved FDA treatment

For the first time in 20 years, the FDA has approved a new treatment for Alzheimer's. Experts say it's a "huge" day for patients but warn that it's not a "silver bullet." → Read More

After eye surgery for sun damage, Camila Alves McConaughey urges fans to ‘wear sunglasses.’ Here’s what you need to know.

Camila Alves McConaughey opened up about having to get eye surgery due to sun damage. Here's what experts want you to know. → Read More

No, bird flu is not the next COVID-19

The first human case of H10N3, a strain of avian flu, has some worried that the next pandemic is looming. Here's why experts aren't concerned. → Read More

Vaccine lotteries are working. Experts explain why

Ohio was the first state to launch a lottery for those who get the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

The COVID-19 vaccine is not causing heart dysfunction in kids, but the virus itself is

The CDC is looking into reports about a heart condition several kids have developed after getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Experts say the risk of getting the condition from the virus itself is far higher. → Read More

Kristen Bell tried psilocybin for depression. Here's what experts say about the psychedelic mushroom.

Actress Kristen Bell opened up about trying psilocybin to treat her depression. But experts say you shouldn't do it at home. → Read More

No, chlorophyll water isn't a 'miracle cure' for acne and body odor

TikTok is all about chlorophyll water, but is the bright green beverage everything it promises to be? Experts are dubious. → Read More

Here's how to avoid 'mask burns,' according to a dermatologist

As the sun gets hotter, causing unusual sunburns, a dermatologist shares what you need to know about mask-wearing and sunscreen. → Read More

CDC's new 3-foot rule in school is a 'welcome change,' experts say — but also presents new challenges

The CDC updated its guidelines on schools reopening Friday, suggesting that 3 feet — instead of 6 — may be enough to curb the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Strong reaction to first COVID-19 vaccine may signal previous infection, experts say

Initial data suggested that most reactions to the COVID-19 vaccines occurred after the second dose, but now experts say that those with a previous infection will likely react after the first one. → Read More

Spring breakers flood beaches as experts fear COVID-19 spread: 'We are definitely not out of the woods'

Despite pleas from officials to avoid travel, many Americans are flooding beaches in Florida and Texas to enjoy their spring break. Here's what experts want you to know. → Read More

Feeling fatigued or feverish after your COVID-19 vaccine? Here's why the CDC wants to know

The CDC has created a text-messaging-based app called V-Safe to record side effects after getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Here's why that is important. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccines: Your biggest questions, answered

President Biden is requesting that states make all adults eligible for the COVID-19 vaccines by May 1. Here's what you need to know about the shots ahead of time. → Read More

Here are which states have the longest life expectancies — and which have the shortest

A new report from the National Center for Health Statistics ranked life expectancy in all 50 states plus the District of Columbia. Here's who is living the longest. → Read More

Here's what the CDC says fully vaccinated people have the freedom to do

The CDC said Monday that individuals who are fully vaccinated can interact with unvaccinated people unmasked and without social distancing — but only under certain conditions. → Read More

COVID-19 spreads easily in gyms, CDC finds. Here's how you can work out safely indoors.

Two new CDC reports detailed COVID-19 outbreaks at gyms in Chicago and Hawaii. Experts provide tips on how to work out safely if you're doing it indoors. → Read More

Long-term effects of COVID-19 given name by experts, Fauci

Those experience lingering symptoms of COVID-19 now have an official name for their condition: PASC. Experts tell Yahoo Life why the name is significant. → Read More

Woman dies of COVID-19 following infected lung transplant. Expert says it's 'unusual,' but procedures can 'move ahead safely.'

After a Michigan woman died of COVID-19 from a lung transplant, the chief medical officer in charge of the U.S.’s organ transplant program says it can "move ahead safely." → Read More