Colleen Murphy

Colleen Murphy is a writer and editor at Health. She has extensive experience with interviewing clinicians about patient care and medical research. She loves the Olympics and awards season, as well as spending time with family and traveling.

Every single member of one fitness class got infected.
It's the most common eating disorder in the United States.
It's estimated that 30 million people in the United States will have an eating disorder at some point in their lives.
Knowing what can start or worsen your anxiety can be extraordinarily helpful in managing it.
“My original nose was gone," the actress wrote in her new memoir. "My face looked completely different. I wasn’t me anymore.”
Anxiety during the pandemic is expected. But when does that anxiety become a serious condition?
She’s seeing how she can transform her body "in the healthiest way possible."
“Don’t worry. I’m going to be right here with you the entire time. I’m going to be holding your hand.”
"I believe everyone, no matter what their physical, economic, or social circumstances may be, deserves to call themselves an athlete, and deserves to have a sense of freedom and independence."
His doctor says that performing has stimulated the singer’s brain “in a significant way.”
The gymnast shared the news in an emotional and detailed IG story.