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.

She announced last year that it was her "Year of Health."
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Portugal is reportedly dealing with "endemic COVID-19" already.
One of his last requests before dying was that his fiancée get vaccinated.
She's showing off her abs for an important reason.
These and other cognitive issues persisted in many people of all ages long after they got the all-clear that they no longer had COVID, according to the study's lead author.
What killed the family of three and their dog had puzzled investigators since August.
"Turning three quarters of a century with love in my life feels great!"
The CDC says that the outbreak has spread across 37 states. A voluntary recall for the impacted onions has now been issued.
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The voluntary recall by Lupin Pharmaceuticals involves Irbesartan tablets as well as its Irbesartan and Hydrochlorothiazide tablets.
One person has died and 13 were hospitalized with this serious bacterial illness in September, city officials said.
While not yet singled out as a concern in the US, the new Delta subtype prompted a reminder that the world needs 'robust systems' to identify up-and-coming threats.
A booster may soon be available to certain older and at-risk individuals, but not just yet.
Sepsis is a life-threatening complication of an infection, but the former president's doctors say he's on the mend.
The Olympic diver told The Guardian that he's someone who "has very much struggled with body image, and eating, and feeling guilty and shameful of the things that I eat."
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A new case report details a Maryland woman's 12-week fight with this often lethal illness.
According to a US panel of experts, the risks of a daily low-dose aspirin regimen may outweigh the benefits for a large number of people.
Experts say these guidelines are "a good step."
Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue revealed that Petito's "body was outside in the wilderness for three to four weeks."
"Luckily I have people who are like, 'Yeah, that's not going to happen. She's not losing weight for you.'"
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Researchers are learning more about this mysterious symptom of COVID-19. Here's a rundown of what they are, what might be causing them, and more.
"I never thought this could happen to me," the 36-year-old shared on Instagram.
Last year's drastically low number of flu cases may play a part.