Early on in the coronavirus pandemic, White House officials expressed hope that the sunlight and humidity in the summer would stem the tide of COVID-19. Experts predicted they wouldn't. Here's why they were right.
Disney World officially opened its doors on Saturday, with increased safety protocols. But experts say the changes aren't enough to mitigate the risk.
Doctors across the globe are expressing concern about a strange new set of symptoms in kids that first surfaced in Europe and New York and believed linked to COVID-19. Here's what we know so far.
A design company in California is working on an "offshoot of a hazmat suit" that would allow individuals to go to concerts amid the coronavirus pandemic. Epidemiologists say the design seems "hazardous" and "impractical."
As a nurse with Lupus, Alicia Bligen is not only concerned about catching COVID-19, she's also worried about a shortage of hydroxychloroquine, a medicine she takes daily to function.
President Trump has touted the benefits of two drugs studied to treat COVID-19. World-renowned malaria expert Christopher Plowe, PhD, says there's not enough evidence to start prescribing it.
New reports show that loss of sense of taste and smell may be symptoms of COVID-19. Here's what you need to know about what appears to be the newest symptom of the coronavirus.
The CDC has confirmed that Vitamin E acetate is fueling the over 2,500 hospitalizations nationwide. From black market vapes to the role of social media, here's what else we learned in 2019.
A Louisville, Kentucky, reporter is speaking out after a man attempted to kiss her while she was reporting live on-air. "I hope he hears me," she said. "I hope we can all grow from this."
New details emerge as Yahoo Lifestyle speaks to black Old Navy employees who are accusing the store of discrimination during a taping of Netflix's "Queer Eye."
A husband and wife traveling on a recent United Airlines flight claim they were forced to sit in a vomit-covered seat and, upon asking it be cleaned, were told they were "going to be the reason this flight is delayed."
Margie Reckard was one of the 22 victims of a mass shooting in a Walmart in El Paso last week. Her husband is welcoming the community to attend her services, as he has no family left.
Hours before the defense attorney planned to hold a press conference defending the 10-year-old Michigan boy charged with aggravated assault over a game of dodgeball, prosecutors announced that the case has been dropped. "The only thing my son is guilty of is being a black boy," said his mom.
A look back at Princess Diana's most iconic outfits. See the blue skirt suit she wore to announce her engagement to Prince Charles and her fairytale wedding dress.
A high school teacher in Panama City, Fla. could face disciplinary action after writing "wtf is this" on a student’s paper recently.
Abortion restrictions are increasing nationwide. Alok Patel, MD, shares abortion law facts with Yahoo Lifestyle — and explains the 'heartbeat' that's present at six weeks.
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After appearing in Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue for the third year in a row, McGrady is reflecting on what it means to be the curviest woman to appear in the magazine to date. In addition to shutting down the misconceptions that comes with that title.
Markle alternately gazed at her son and adjusted her hair during their first public photo op. What did her body language mean?
What the heck is a doula, anyway? And how is it different from a midwife, which is also among the rumors of possible royal-birth hires?