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News 2021-07-13T15:55:00Z
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announces a new executive order in response to the rising COVID-19 cases in the state, during a news conference in Phoenix on Monday, June 29, 2020.

After an Arizona man died from COVID-19, his family blamed the 'carelessness of politicians' in his obituary

Mark Anthony Urquiza, of Phoenix, Arizona, died on June 30 from complications due to COVID-19. He was 65.
News 2021-07-12T16:03:00Z
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South Africa's 9 million smokers were faced with cold turkey when the government banned cigarette sales in March as a coronavirus measure. Now Big Tobacco is fighting back.

Cigarettes have become the top illicit drug, more profitable than cocaine and heroin, analysts told AP.
News 2021-07-12T16:02:00Z
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I woke up from a coma with memory gaps for the last 30 years. Here's how I pieced my life back together.

Writer Todd Wasserman describes his journey to remember his life after a cardiac arrest wiped his memory.
News 2021-07-11T16:35:39Z

A patient in their 30s has reportedly died after attending a 'COVID party' in Texas and thinking coronavirus was a 'hoax'

According to the hospital's chief medical officer, the patient told their nurse, "I think I made a mistake. I thought this was a hoax, but it's not."
Lifestyle 2021-07-11T13:55:51Z

Bill Nye posted a TikTok showing how a face mask — and not a knit scarf — can slow the spread of the coronavirus

Bill Nye said that mask-wearing "is literally a matter of life or death" and showed how a homemade face mask effectively "blocks the movement of air."
Lifestyle 2021-07-10T22:03:00Z

People are selling 'breathable' masks that don't protect against COVID-19 on Etsy

An Etsy representative told Insider that it's working to "actively review and remove items that violate" its policies.
Health 2021-07-10T22:02:47Z

How to know if you have insomnia and what you can do to treat your sleep troubles

Insomnia is a common sleep condition that can be effectively treated by improving sleep habits, making lifestyle changes, and trying sleep therapy.
Health 2021-07-10T21:19:24Z

25 science-backed tips for how to sleep better

Want better sleep? Here's what you should eat, the best sleeping positions, how to optimize your bedroom, and more tips for better quality ZZZs.
Health 2021-07-10T21:16:47Z

How to check your blood sugar at home — and the best testing devices to use

To check your blood sugar levels at home, you can use a glucose meter or a continuous glucose monitor. Here's what you should know about both devices.
Health 2021-07-10T21:13:00Z

Jada Pinkett Smith said codependency made her want to 'just help heal' August Alsina during their relationship

Jada Pinkett Smith opened up about working through her codependency issues and healing through her relationship with August Alsina.
Health 2021-07-10T20:59:00Z

The best pharmacy delivery services

Many prescription delivery services ship medications right to your door, making it easy to refill prescriptions without commuting to a pharmacy.
Health 2021-07-10T20:55:00Z

I've never been able to orgasm during partnered sex, and I'm afraid it'll ruin my relationship. What do I do?

Therapist Rachel Wright said understanding why your guard is up and practicing vulnerability will help orgasm in front of your partner.
Health 2021-07-10T20:54:30Z

A nebulizer is a device used to treat conditions like asthma — here's how to use one

A nebulizer is a machine that turns liquid medication into an inhalable mist and is used for people with respiratory conditions.
Health 2021-07-10T20:50:56Z

How to know if your blood sugar levels are healthy

If you have diabetes or may be at risk, it's important to make sure your blood sugar levels are healthy and normal. Here's what you should know.
Health 2021-07-10T20:32:06Z

5 reasons why you may be bloated

Bloating can occur for a number of reasons including food intolerance, swallowing air, and consuming artificial sweeteners.
Health 2021-07-10T20:09:00Z

The best online therapy providers

Online therapy helps with everything from inclusive mental health treatment and partner counseling to support for teens. Here are the best available.
Health 2021-07-10T19:55:00Z

3 signs it's time to break up with your friend — and how to have the difficult conversation

Insider spoke to Dr. Rachel Hoffman, head of therapy at Real, about three signs it's time to end a friendship and how to approach the conversation.
Health 2021-07-10T19:43:00Z

My Black son who has autism is 'different' like Elijah McClain was. It makes me fear for his life more than I already did.

Sharisse Tracey worries for her three Black sons, but is most concerned about her child who has autism since his behavior can be unpredictable.
Health 2021-07-10T19:39:44Z

There is a strong genetic component to asthma, but it's not the only risk factor

There is a strong genetic component to asthma, but you can still develop asthma even if you are not genetically predisposed to it.
Health 2021-07-10T18:51:00Z

5 tips for finding masculine gender-affirming clothes for the summer

Finding clothes for the summertime can be a nightmare for transmasculine people. Here are five tips to help you keep cool and affirmed in your gender.
News 2021-07-10T18:40:23Z

Photos show what it's like inside a Houston hospital right now, where coronavirus cases are skyrocketing and ICUs are nearly full

Houston has become one of the worst hit cities in Texas, and authorities predicts hospitals will be overwhelmed in the coming days.
Health 2021-07-10T18:39:00Z

A woman who overdosed on enough caffeine powder to make 56 cups of coffee was hospitalized for a week, and doctors say her birth control didn't help

Highly concentrated caffeine supplements can cause serious or even fatal side effects; dangerous amounts of caffeine are cheap and widely available.
Health 2021-07-10T16:50:00Z

A man confessed secret sexual escapades to his wife during a coronavirus-related manic episode

The 41-year-old told his wife he'd had sex with other men, and then started touching hospital staff and asking inappropriate questions.
Health 2021-07-10T16:24:00Z

Brain-eating amoebas are thriving in US rivers and lakes. The problem is getting worse every year.

As the world gets hotter, this dangerous heat-loving single-celled organism may be found in places further north.
Entertainment 2021-07-10T16:22:15Z

Amanda Kloots is sharing videos with followers about how she's keeping Nick Cordero's memory alive for their son

In an emotional letter, Kloots told her son to "look for lessons" and "find the beauty" in tough situations.
Health 2021-07-10T15:19:00Z

You're probably more awkward after quarantine, but not because your social skills are gone

As some lockdown orders lift, people are reporting awkward interactions in the "real world." Experts say your social skills probably didn't decline.
Health 2021-07-10T14:44:00Z

Doctors found a worm over an inch long inside a woman's tonsil after she ate sashimi

A woman in Tokyo went to the hospital complaining she'd had a sore throat after eating sashimi. Doctors found a black worm inside her tonsil.
Health 2021-07-10T13:31:00Z

CDC: Teen birth rates are dropping in most US states, as sex rates decline and contraception use increases

According to the CDC's National Vital Statistics Reports, teen birth rates are on the decline, with 38 states reporting decreases in teen births.
Entertainment 2021-07-10T11:33:00Z

The intense workouts that actors like Charlize Theron and Michael B. Jordan do to pull off their own stunts

A-list stars go through a lot of work behind the scenes to be able to pull off amazing stunts. Here's how they do it, according to their trainers.
Health 2021-07-09T22:39:50Z

How to treat mono and the best ways to relieve your symptoms

While there's no antibiotics you can take to treat mono, there are a few effective treatment methods to help you through it.
Health 2021-07-09T22:19:52Z

How do you get mono? It spreads through saliva and is often called 'the kissing disease'

You may get mono by contracting the Epstein-Barr virus. It spreads through saliva, like when you're kissing someone or sharing food or utensils.
Health 2021-07-09T21:18:00Z

4 tips for avoiding a hangover when you're day drinking

We pulled together four tips to help you enjoy summer day drinking without getting a pounding headache.
Health 2021-07-09T21:15:12Z

The best natural remedies for a stomach ache, according to a gastroenterologist

To soothe an aching stomach use these home remedies like ginger, peppermint, apple cider vinegar, and more.
Health 2021-07-09T21:01:00Z

Amy Schumer says she resents how much pregnant women have to 'suck it the f--k up and act like everything is fine'

In her HBO docuseries, "Expecting Amy," Amy Schumer details the trials she endured while pregnant with her son, Gene.
Health 2021-07-09T20:33:00Z

How to safely stop sunburn peeling, and the best ways to avoid getting sunburned

Don't pick a peeling sunburn. Instead, try these moisturizing and pain-relief methods to help heal your shedding skin.
Health 2021-07-09T20:23:00Z

Probiotics could help with mental health, but experts say you shouldn't rush to stock up on yogurt and supplements

Studies show beneficial microbes in probiotics may help with health issues like depression. Experts say we need more research to use them properly.
Health 2021-07-09T20:07:00Z

Every hand sanitizer the FDA has flagged as dangerous and potentially deadly

On June 19, the FDA began warning consumers of hand sanitizers laced with methanol, a potentially deadly chemical.
Health 2021-07-09T19:36:00Z

An app is matching Black people with therapists of color because nearly 90% of America's therapists are white

Eric Coly, the Senegalese developer behind Ayana, said he had never struggled to find a therapist he identified with until he reached the US.
News 2021-07-09T19:24:46Z

A Christian summer camp in Missouri had to shut down after 82 kids and employees tested positive for COVID-19

Kamp Kanukuk, in Lampe, Missouri, shut down last week after a COVID-19 outbreak in its camp for teenagers.
Health 2021-07-09T19:23:00Z

The authors of a study downplaying racism in police killings called their findings 'careless,' and retracted the paper

Study authors Joseph Cesario and David Johnson said they wished they'd been more careful after people used their research out of context.
Health 2021-07-09T18:38:04Z

Here's why you should be washing your face twice a day

Most people should wash their face once in the morning and once in the evening. Here is the right way to wash and the best cleanser ingredients.
Health 2021-07-09T17:48:00Z

How much sleep you need each night and warning signs that you're not getting enough, according to neuroscientists

Take our quiz to help determine if you're getting enough sleep. If you are sleep deprived some we have some tips that may help.
Culture 2021-07-09T17:42:00Z

TikTok is breeding a new batch of child stars. Psychologists say what comes next won't be pretty.

Psychologists warn that outsized social media fame may pose longterm problems for the teen influencers who have become celebrities online.
Health 2021-07-09T17:34:00Z

Kim Kardashian has advocated for Planned Parenthood and vaccines, despite Kanye West's pro-life, anti-vaxx campaign

In a 2017 episode of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," Kim and her sisters went to Planned Parenthood to learn more about the services it provides.
Health 2021-07-09T17:04:00Z

6 myths about trans people from TV and film — and the truth behind them

Netflix's recent documentary "Disclosure" dives into the dangerous myths film and television have spread about transgender people.
Health 2021-07-09T15:27:00Z

The best electric bikes

Electric bikes are a popular trend in the cycling world and they're a great option for city commutes or weekend strolls. Here are the best e-bikes.
Health 2021-07-09T15:24:44Z

The best fruits for diabetics — and how much you should eat

Fruit can be a safe part of any healthy diet for diabetes, but you need to know which fruits are best, and how much to eat.
Health 2021-07-09T14:24:23Z

Is diabetes genetic? Both type 1 and type 2 are influenced by family history — here's how to know your risk

Both type 1 and type 2 diabetes have genetic components, and if a family member has diabetes, there's a higher chance you may develop it.
Health 2021-07-09T14:20:00Z

Multi-day fasting isn't worth downsides like hunger and loss of muscle mass, according to a nutritionist

Strict fasting has some longevity benefits, but a nutritionist says exercise, coffee, and sun are better ways to a long healthy life.
Entertainment 2021-07-09T13:37:50Z

Charlize Theron was injured so badly on the set of 'The Old Guard' that she had 3 surgeries after filming ended

Fight coordinator Danny Hernandez said he compares Theron to only Keanu Reeves when it comes to stars who are completely dedicated to their stunts.
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