Rare Beauty’s Products Have Sparked A Critical Conversation About The Beauty Industry’s Lack Of Inclusivity
“Disability only exists because of the barriers that society puts forward for us, so when we educate, when we share our lived experience and take time to learn how other people's bodies move, then we can be in this together.”
Nighttime congestion is a common problem that can make it hard to breathe and get a good night’s sleep. This is why it happens and how you can get rid of a stuffy nose.
Studies of the 2,000-year-old treatment suggest that ear seeding may reduce pain intensity, improve daily functioning, and lower the use of pain medications like opioids.
This Woman Hallucinated That Her Dead Father Was Still Alive. Now She Uses TikTok To Counter Schizophrenia’s Stigma.
“I’m fully capable of living life just like everybody else, even though I’m diagnosed with something that sounds horrible to the world.”
“Sometimes with my roommates home, I'll, like, turn the water on because I'm like, I don't want them to think I'm, like, disgusting.”
That Seaweed “Blob” May Hurt Your Health, So We Asked Experts How Concerned You Should Be This Summer
“It’s not the end of the world and Florida is not going to be buried in seaweed. But you have to assess the risks.”
If air travel messes up your gut every time, there are steps you can take to prevent gas, bloating, and constipation when flying.
“Make-A-Wish” Will No Longer Automatically Consider Children With Cystic Fibrosis And That’s Great News
The nonprofit foundation made the change because treatments now give people with cystic fibrosis a better chance at life.
“Let’s face it. We lie in America by saying we really value mothers, motherhood, and women when we clearly don’t.”
Claw clips are fantastic for holding lots of hair in place, but several people in car accidents have ended up with serious head wounds from the plastic accessories.
Asking for a Friend is BuzzFeed News’ health advice column. You share your weirdest questions about your body and we get answers from medical experts.
More than half of the people living with chronic hepatitis B don’t know they’re infected.
Albuterol inhalers are still available. However, the liquid version, which is used to treat small children or those with more severe asthma symptoms, is in short supply.
“The study’s findings tell us that children, especially infants, are collateral damage in the current opioid crisis.”
“We know that it's not because we're Black and brown that these disparities have occurred. It’s the racism in the healthcare system and how it was built that has made these disparities happen.”
There’s no definitive proof that COVID is causing hearing loss, but based on what researchers know about other viruses’ effects on the auditory system, it’s not an unreasonable connection to make.
Rhabdomyolysis, or “rhabdo” as it’s often known, isn’t just a spinning problem. Here’s what to know about this rare condition and how to avoid it.
“An intervention that you don't use correctly probably won't work well.”
“This idea that your vagina is dirty and should smell like a flower or taste like a bakery is ridiculous.”
After the Super Bowl performance, Baby Riri is fine, experts said, so don’t worry. But here’s what to know about noise exposure in the womb.