Julie Mazziotta, People

Julie Mazziotta


New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Julie:

These Are the States Requiring Out-of-State Travelers to Quarantine due to Coronavirus

Fifteen states are requiring people from COVID-19 hot spots to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival → Read More

Hilary Duff Shows Off Her ‘Lean’ Body in a Bikini: ‘I Have Found What Works for Me’

The Younger star started working with a dietitian and taking group fitness classes after her daughter Banks was born in Oct. 2018 → Read More

Amy Schumer Has a Solution for Imperfect Pandemic Bodies This Summer: ‘Dig a Hole and Get in It’

The comedian jokingly offered up the idea as she hit the beach → Read More

California Man Loses Most of His Fingers Due to Coronavirus: ‘This Could Happen to You’

One of the first COVID-19 cases in California, Gregg Garfield recovered — but needed to have almost all of his fingers amputated → Read More

Boy with Large Growth on His Ear Worries He’ll Have to ‘Live with It for the Rest of My Life’

The Botched doctors hope they can successfully remove the overgrowth and give the boy and his mom piece of mind → Read More

Suze Orman Underwent Surgery to Remove a Benign Tumor That Had to ‘Come Out Immediately’

The financial guru is resting at home after her surgery on July 23 → Read More

School Closings in March Likely Reduced Coronavirus Cases by 1 Million and Saved 40,000 Lives

The study authors noted, however, that these numbers are based on classes without masks or social distancing, which is expected if schools reopen → Read More

U.S. Records Nearly 1 Coronavirus Death per Minute on Wednesday as Overall Toll Passes 150,000

At least 1,420 people died due to COVID-19 yesterday, the highest number of daily deaths since May, with California, Florida and Texas setting new records → Read More

One-Third of Coronavirus Patients — Who Weren’t Hospitalized — Have Lingering Illness Weeks Later

"COVID-19 can result in prolonged illness even among persons with milder outpatient illness, including young adults," a new CDC report said → Read More

COVID-19 Likely Developed from Viruses ‘Circulating Unnoticed’ in Bats for Decades

The new coronavirus, COVID-19, has a lineage that “has been circulating unnoticed in bats for decades” → Read More

Three-Quarters of Recovered Coronavirus Patients Have Heart Damage Months Later, Study Finds

Of the 100 patients studied, 78 had lingering heart damage despite being “mostly healthy … prior to their illness” → Read More

40 Members of Alabama Church Get Coronavirus After Revival: ‘The Whole Church Has Got It’

“We knew what we were getting into. We knew the possibilities,” said Pastor Daryl Ross of Warrior Creek Missionary Baptist Church → Read More

Getting a Seasonal Flu Shot May Reduce the Risk of Developing Alzheimer’s Disease, Studies Find

The annual vaccine was found to lower the chance of Alzheimer’s by at least 17 percent → Read More

Texas Hospital May Have to Send Sickest Coronavirus Patients 'Home to Die' to Save Healthier Ones

“The situation is desperate,” at Starr County Memorial Hosptial in South Texas, said Dr. Jose Vasquez, the county's health authority → Read More

26-Day-Old Baby Tested Positive for Coronavirus in Autopsy After Her Death

Health authorities said that the baby girl did not necessarily die due to COVID-19, and that her death is under investigation → Read More

Jessica Chastain Becomes ‘a Pro' at Testing Herself for Coronavirus So She Can Get Back to Work

“I’ll shove a Q-tip up my nose to my brain any day to ensure everyone’s on-set safety,” the actress joked → Read More

More Than 150 Experts Urge the U.S. to Shut Down as Coronavirus Cases Surpass 4 Million

"The best thing for the nation is not to reopen as quickly as possible, it's to save as many lives as possible," they told the Trump administration → Read More

Bipolar Disorder Can Require 'Rapid Intervention' — All About the Illness Kanye West Faces

Those with bipolar disorder go through phases of mania and depression — but it’s important to recognize that those phases “do not define” a person, says psychiatrist Dr. Samar McCutcheon → Read More

9-Year-Old Girl Becomes the Youngest to Die from Coronavirus in Florida

A Putnam County health official said she did not know if the girl had any preexisting conditions → Read More

Minnesota Mom Dies of Coronavirus After Giving Birth While on a Ventilator

Doctors performed an emergency C-section to save Aurora Esparza’s daughter in late June, but the mom of three died a month later → Read More