Julie Mazziotta

Associate Editor, PEOPLE Health

"There is evidence that it might be more virulent, which means it makes people sicker and can lead to more hospitalizations," Dr. Rachel Levine tells PEOPLE
The Supreme Court ruled that the health care act, better known as Obamacare, was constitutional, despite arguments otherwise from Republican-led states
Kung Minkoff said that her "body shame is so deeply rooted in my childhood," and that she's dealt with bulimia since age 11
The actress said that she was "excessively eating sugar" and consuming around six doughnuts a day on the set of the NBC show
The reality star explained that Somers is her idol: "Look at this queen. Is she not amazing?"
The General Hospital star said that after getting "a very large cyst" removed from her brain the "constant pressure and headache" are gone
The singer and rapper told her followers to "break out the bikinis"
Young children and adults over 65, or those with chronic illnesses, are at a high risk of severe illness from RSV
The international news anchor said that she’s undergone surgery to remove the cancer and is now getting chemotherapy “for the very best possible long-term prognosis”
The former Disney star underwent surgery at the beginning of June to remove "a very large cyst that had split into two"
The Pitch Perfect star is sticking with her new lifestyle after it helped her drop around 60 lbs.
The doses were from a manufacturing plant in Baltimore where regulators found there may have been cross-contamination with materials from the AstraZeneca vaccine
The number of cases of mild heart inflammation in males under 30 after receiving their second dose is low — but higher than expected, according to the CDC
"This is about our responsibility, our humanitarian obligation, to save as many lives as we can," Biden said of purchasing doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for distribution
The reality star and soon-to-be father of four explained that he’s been trying to “gain as much muscle mass as I could with the least amount of fat as possible”
Molly Seidel says she's "mentally prepared" for the possibility that the Olympic Games are canceled amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic
"See you in two hours," the actress joked after WW added sex as one of the options on its app for getting in a workout
"I felt like I had become very small in my own body and was no longer in control of it," Stewart said of her symptoms
The variant, which is already the dominant strain in the United Kingdom and threatening the country’s plans to reopen, now accounts for more than 6% of cases in the U.S.
The 63-year-old actor said he first started dealing with Lyme disease in his forties: “It came like someone snapped their fingers and put a spell on me”
The actress and singer said, though, that the experience helped her accept her body and taught her stop comparing it to when she was a teenager
Corey Phelps is working on moving forward with his life after a difficult few years that included being homeless and the death of his father
The actress says, though, that given “how much pressure and judgment I put on it, my body has been incredibly generous”
“You are attacking a woman unprovoked,” the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star said
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