Grace Wade

Grace Wade

Grace Wade is an associate features editor for Health.com. While her work covers a wide range of science and health topics, she has particular interests in mental health, nutrition, environmental public health, and the wellness and health care industry. Prior to Health, Grace was an associate health reference editor at Insider where she spent the majority of her time trying to hack Google's algorithm. She is also a fact-checker and contributor for Popular Science. Grace has a dual degree in journalism and science in human cultures from Northwestern University with a concentration in environment, science, and society.
Since Amanda Nerstad's lung cancer diagnosis five years ago she's helped raised over $350,000 for research. And she wants others to know that "anyone with lungs can get lung cancer."
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The World Health Organization recently announced Omicron is the latest coronavirus variant of concern, but experts stress there is still a lot we don't know, including how contagious it is.
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The 56-year-old former supermodel said learning self-defense skills changed her life and that she's been practicing kickboxing, karate, and Krav Maga since her forties.
The FDA is recalling the test kits over serious concerns that users are receiving a positive test result when they do not have COVID.
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A missing 16-year-old teen was rescued by police after she used a hand signal she learned from TikTok that is meant to indicate someone is experiencing domestic abuse and needs help.
The vaccine is recommended for everyone up to 26 years old—but what if you've aged out of that range?
On Sunday, most Americans will turn their clocks back an hour, which may exacerbate pre-existing mental health conditions like depression or anxiety.
Experts say the benefits of vaccination far outweigh the risks.