Kasandra Brabaw

Kasandra Brabaw

Kasandra Brabaw is a writer who focuses on health, sex/relationships, and stories for and about her communities including the LGBTQ+ and fat communities. Other than at Health, her work can be found at SELF, Women’s Health, VICE, and Refinery29.

Contaminated food, chronic diseases, daily medications—find out what could be causing your diarrhea, and how to stay healthy.
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Nearly everyone has had a bout diarrhea—but what should you do when these bathroom trips happen on the regular?
After being diagnosed with colon or rectal cancer, a doctor may suggest one or multiple treatments.
Pain during sex is common—but that doesn't mean it's normal.
People with bowel endometriosis often wait years for treatment, since symptoms can look a lot like IBS or other gastrointestinal illnesses.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a prime example of what can cause an adjustment disorder—here's what to know.
Read this if you've been spending hours scrolling Netflix lately to no avail.
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Seeing the notifications from her page always upsets me, but it doesn't feel right to click the unfriend button.
As states start to reopen, some optometrists and ophthalmologists will begin to allow elective procedures—but should you wait a bit longer before your checkup?
The pumpkin spice trend really has gone too far, according to the woman who tested it out.
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They're both pretty terrifying—here's what to know about each.
Here's what you need to know before swigging brine from the jar in your fridge.
No, it's *not* normal to always have floaters.
Despite more than half a century of use, there's still plenty we don't understand about hormonal contraception.
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New research links insomnia to these five personality types. Here's what to do if one of them sounds like you.