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Past articles by Maggie:

Great News: We’re One Step Closer to Getting an OTC Birth Control Pill

Last week, two FDA advisory groups voted unanimously to approve Opill; if approved, it will be the first over-the-counter birth control pill available in the US. → Read More

The FDA Just Approved a Drug to Treat Hot Flashes—Here’s What to Know

Last week, the FDA approved Veozah, a drug to treat hot flashes caused by menopause. It may be especially helpful to people with certain health conditions, experts say. → Read More

‘Keep Him Emotional’: Jane Fonda Has Some Advice for People Raising Sons

She discussed contending with mom guilt—and what she’s learned about being there for boys. → Read More

Bebe Rexha Says This PCOS Symptom Changed Her Relationship With Her Body

In a new interview with Gayle King, Bebe Rexha spoke about being diagnosed with PCOS and one of the symptoms of the condition that has affected her mental health. → Read More

Stanley Tucci Might Have Died Without the ‘Brutal’ Cancer Treatments He Received in 2017

He was diagnosed eight years after his first wife died of breast cancer. → Read More

Check Your Pantry: 4 Popular Types of Flour Were Recalled Due to Salmonella

Bleached and unbleached Gold Medal–brand flour has been recalled after salmonella was found during testing. → Read More

Is Tinnitus a Possible Side Effect of the COVID Vaccine?

Thousands say they experienced tinnitus after getting the shot. But are they connected? → Read More

People Are Weighing State Abortion Laws as They Decide Where to Go to College

Turns out access to life-saving medical care is pretty important to students. → Read More

John Fetterman Opens Up About His Hospitalization and Mental Health

In a new interview, Pennsylvania senator John Fetterman has shared why he checked himself into the hospital in February. → Read More

It’s a Great Time to Get Tested for STIs

Cases of syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia have all gone up recently. → Read More

‘I Didn’t Fit the Profile of a Victim’: Megan Thee Stallion on Surviving Gun Violence

Writing for Elle magazine, Megan Thee Stallion spoke about surviving an act of gun violence and recovering from trauma. → Read More

HPV Is Incredibly Common—But Most People Still Don’t Know It Can Cause Various Cancers

The vaccine, which is recommended for all young people, can prevent most types. → Read More

Serena Williams Just Shared a Vulnerable Photo From the Day She Gave Birth

Serena Williams shared an Instagram post Saturday to draw attention to Black Maternal Health Week, speaking about her experience giving birth and sharing her story. → Read More

Lizzo Wants You to Get Off Your Phone

She literally suggested you put it in a sealed container and spend some time with yourself instead. → Read More

More Than 20 Bagged Lettuces and Salad Kits Have Been Recalled Over Listeria Concerns

Multiple types of lettuce and salad kits made by Fresh Express and Revolution Farms have been recalled due to listeria concerns. Here’s what you need to know. → Read More

Here’s How Long You Should Wait to Brush Your Teeth After Your Morning Coffee

You might want to combat bad breath right away—but tweaking your routine could be worth it. → Read More

Emma Heming Willis on Being Her Husband’s Caregiver: ‘I Still Rarely Make Time for Me’

Bruce Willis’s wife says neglecting her needs eventually caught up with her. → Read More

What You Need to Know About the Seemingly Never-Ending Bird Flu Outbreak

Experts weigh in on the possibility of human-to-human transmission. → Read More

Is There a Vaccine for RSV, and When Could One Be Approved?

We’re closer than ever, but some people might get it sooner than others. → Read More

What Causes a Weakened Immune System?

Experts explain the factors that can weaken the immune system, symptoms associated with compromised immune systems, and what kinds of treatments can help. → Read More