korin miller

Korin Miller

Korin is a former New Yorker who now lives at the beach. She received a double B.A. in International Relations and Marketing from The College of William & Mary (which she doesn’t use at all now) and an M.A. in Interactive Journalism from American University. Korin is a health reporter who has been published in The Washington Post, Prevention, Cosmopolitan, Forbes, Women’s Health, and Yahoo, among others. When she’s not working, Korin enjoys biking, eating tacos, and trying to keep up with her kids. She can pretty much always be found at the beach.

The drug-resistant fungal infection typically shows up in hospitals and long-term care facilities.
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"Today is about clarity: I am a trans woman," the actress wrote on Instagram.
The supermodel, 56, shares her cheeky sense of humor while celebrating the power of friendship.
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Now, she's urging others to advocate for themselves and their bodies to get the care they need.
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