On Monday, Moderna announced its COVID-19 vaccine is still protective, but slightly less potent, against a new coronavirus mutant.
Billie Eilish Reflected On That Viral Paparazzi Pic And Her Past "Horrible" Relationship With Her Body
"I thought that I would be the only one dealing with my hatred for my body, but I guess the internet also hates my body."
"Everything is new and better."
“Women especially need more than 1,200 calories just to breathe and exist, let alone exercise and function throughout the day like a normal human being.”
Apetamin, an unregulated weight supplement that has been aggressively marketed to Black women on social media, has dangerous side effects.
“Having a perfect white smile and shiny teeth is like the equivalent of having the latest designer bags these days.”
We’re told breasts should inspire lust and envy — but what about self-loathing?
As recent conversations about Adele and Lizzo's detox diet show, we need to come up with more nuanced ways to talk about public weight loss.
I spent years living in a dangerous and restrictive world that I had constructed for myself. Then I learned how to tear down those walls.
Malvina Shabes escaped Poland during World War II and found refuge in Canada. A COVID-19 outbreak in a retirement home killed her.
"It’s an extraordinary virus, the likes of which I’ve never, ever seen, and I’ve been doing this now for almost 40 years,” Anthony Fauci told BuzzFeed News.
And that's the tea!
Convincing medical staffers to get vaccinated will be a crucial first step in convincing everyone else.
Millions of doses of Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine are expected to be shipped nationwide and arrive on Monday.
I’m just one of the thousands of Americans who have long-term post-COVID symptoms. This crisis won't end with a vaccine.
Health Care Workers And Nursing Home Residents Should Be First In Line For A Coronavirus Vaccine, A CDC Panel Just Voted
The panel recommendations will help governors decide who gets first priority for any vaccines authorized by FDA.
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As hospitals face the logistical nightmare of giving people the few doses of new antibody drugs available, scientists say they're concerned we still don’t have enough data to show they work.
The vaccine, which Oxford University developed alongside the company AstraZeneca, was reportedly highly effective in preventing hospitalizations or severe cases of the coronavirus.
If authorized, healthcare workers and vulnerable groups might start getting the two-shot vaccine before the end of the year.
"The vaccines that we are talking about and the vaccines to come are really the light at the end of the tunnel,” said Anthony Fauci.
We asked coronavirus experts about their plans for the holidays during the pandemic: “Whatever you do, whoever you invite to sit around the table, you’re also inviting the virus.”
More than 60,000 Americans are currently hospitalized with COVID-19. Several states and cities are reporting ICUs are at full capacity.
Eli Lilly’s experimental coronavirus therapy, bamlanivimab, received an emergency use authorization for mild to moderate COVID-19.
The highly anticipated late-stage results are the first to be announced by a pharmaceutical company conducting a coronavirus vaccine trial.
Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca will resume their coronavirus vaccine trials in the US after pauses to investigate unexplained illnesses in trial participants.
"It is absolutely not a blockbuster drug or a miracle drug," one expert said. "We give it because we don’t have anything better."
Trump's Doctor Said The President Now Has Antibodies, Leaving Out The Fact That He Was Just Given A High Dose Of Antibodies
"Why would you test for antibodies when you’ve given someone such a high dose of antibodies?" one expert told BuzzFeed News.
Lizzo Said The Body Positivity Movement Has Been "Made Acceptable" And Is "No Longer Benefiting" The People Who Created It
"I want to normalise my body... Being fat is normal."
"Some of the scientists have come to a point where they realize they have to speak out as a matter of life and death," said one expert.