Colleen Murphy

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.

More than 5.2 million people in the US are mourning the loss of a loved one from COVID-19.
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“My children almost became a statistic. I almost became a statistic," Bush said.
I haven't taken my underwire bras out of the drawer since last March. Is this bad?
She says the fact that he got tested for and diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder has helped them "communicate and support each other better."
"We believe these actions will launch us on a trajectory toward ending tobacco-related disease and death in the US."
Disorders, trauma, treatment, medications, coping mechanisms, and target behaviors: they were all in there.
"I wanna give y'all this unedited selfie.. now normally I would fix my belly and smooth my skin but baby I wanted show u how I do it au natural."
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"You are beautiful. Thick. Skinny. Cellulite. Stretch marks. Folds."
It's an emerging term that describes a type of romantic attraction—and more people than you'd think identify with it.
"I promise you 99% of my time is spent at home in sweats, no makeup, looking nothing like my recent images."
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One person went to the indoor bar opening event even though they had tested positive for asymptomatic COVID-19 the day before.
CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky had said that "vaccinated people do not carry the virus," but experts are saying to still use caution.
"That's the crazy beautiful thing about bringing a life into this world. It isn't always smooth sailing but boy is that blessing in the end worth every vein that's decided to pop up."
"You can judge me if you want, but I've been working hard in the gym and taking care of me."
Jaouad, who was given a 35% chance of survival, recently published a memoir about her cancer journey.
While she's come a long way in her recovery, she says "the journey is just beginning."
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One man says he underwent a liver transplant after drinking the water.
"Katherine embodied the joy and energy that make surfing so special and dear to us all."
The number of people in the US who identify as bisexual is increasing. But bisexuality continues to be overlooked and ignored, and that has consequences.