Julie Mazziotta, People

Julie Mazziotta

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New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Julie:

Woman ‘Disappointed’ After She Doesn’t Lose Enough Weight to Qualify for Surgery on My 600-Lb. Life

Michelle Marescott is trying to get down to 532 lbs. and meet the eligibility requirement for weight loss surgery → Read More

Mina Starsiak Hawk Feels ‘Like Myself Again’ After a Post-Baby Tummy Tuck and Breast Implants

The Good Bones star opted for what’s commonly known as a ‘mommy makeover’ after two pregnancies left her feeling like she had lost strength and confidence → Read More

Biden Raises Goal to 1.5 Million Vaccine Shots a Day, Says General Public Will Have Access by Spring

President Joe Biden increased his stated COVID-19 vaccination goal from 1 million a day to 1.5 million → Read More

Fauci Says Not to Get ‘Complacent’ as COVID Cases Decline, Advises Double Masking for New Strain

Dr. Anthony Fauci said that the decline in cases is not yet because of vaccinations, but a “natural peaking and then plateauing and coming down” → Read More

COVID Vaccine Likely Won’t Be Available to the General Public by End of February, Says CDC Director

The new CDC director shot down the prior claim from Trump’s health secretary that the vaccine would be widely available by late February → Read More

‘Some Evidence’ That New U.K. COVID Strain May Be More Deadly but Data Is 'Not Yet Strong'

The COVID-19 vaccines are still effective against the strain, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the country’s scientific advisor emphasized → Read More

Euphoria’s Hunter Schafer Was ‘Not Doing Super Well Mentally’ During the Pandemic

The actress said she started looking up mental hospitals in her area, thinking “it might be a good decision to do that with where I was at” → Read More

Gabourey Sidibe Says Her Battle with Bulimia Was a ‘Self-Defense Mechanism’ for Her Depression

The Empire star said her bulimia was an attempt at “controlling” her emotions to distract from her depression → Read More

How President Joe Biden Plans to Tackle America’s Health Problems Now That He's in Office

Biden's goals include improving Americans’ health, from getting the COVID-19 pandemic under control to expanding health coverage and abortion rights → Read More

Pfizer Vaccine Should Still Be Effective Against the New COVID Strain, Study Finds

Amid concerns about the faster-spreading COVID-19 strain, Pfizer said that it is “unlikely” that its vaccine will have issues working against it → Read More

Indiana Couple Married for 33 Years Die of COVID a Day Apart: ‘I’m Very Heartbroken’

Ernest “Ron” and Ann Wilkins had been excited to get their COVID-19 vaccine together → Read More

Moderna Says Its Vaccine Should Protect Against COVID for at Least a Year

As the vaccination effort slowly rolls out in the U.S., people are wondering how long they will be protected — and whether additional boosters will be necessary → Read More

CDC Says Faster-Spreading COVID Strain Will Likely Be Dominant in the U.S. by March

The highly contagious strain could drive COVID-19 cases and deaths even higher → Read More

New Yorkers Crowd COVID Vaccine Distribution Site After Fake Message Spreads News of Extra Doses

Hundreds went to a Brooklyn site after a false WhatsApp message said they “need to give out 410+ doses in the next 4 hours” → Read More

How a Mysterious Illness Led to 1.9 Million Deaths: A Look Back at 1 Year of the COVID Pandemic

A month-by-month timeline of COVID-19's spread around the world → Read More

New Jersey Defends Decision to Prioritize Smokers in Next Round of Vaccine Rollout

On Jan. 14, the state expanded eligibility to people aged 16 to 64 with preexisting health conditions and to those who smoke → Read More

How Long Does It Take to Become Immune After You Get the COVID Vaccine? Here's What to Know

An infectious disease researcher explains how people reach 95 percent immunity, when it's safe to see friends and family again, when we'll move to a new normal and more → Read More

1000-Lb. Sisters’ Amy Slaton Confronted by Her Family for Her Pregnancy Weight Gain

Amy’s sister Tammy is worried that “she could reverse the surgery” due to her poor eating habits → Read More

D.C. Residents Surprised to Be Offered Soon-to-Expire Vaccine Doses While Shopping for Groceries

Fast-thinking pharmacists offered extra shots to a few lucky members of the public in the face of a slow vaccine rollout → Read More

U.S. Now Has More Than 50 Cases of the Faster-Spreading COVID Strain; CDC Expects More to Come

California — and San Diego in particular — has seen the highest number of cases from the COVID-19 strain, with 26 → Read More