Yvette Castelazo was put on a ventilator to save her life as she fought COVID-19. Here is her harrowing story of her fight to survive.
Gabrielle Glaser is the author, most recently, of Her Best-Kept Secret: Why Women Drink—And How They Can Regain Control. Her work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, and The Washington Post and The Los Angeles Times.
“I’ve never received this many levels of calls from physicians unable to contain their pain.”
In his new book, ‘Lost Connections,’ author Johann Hari argues that antidepressants aren’t the miracle cure-all we’ve made them out to be.
The film version of Paula Hawkins’ bestselling book examines a phenomenon that’s more prevalent than ever: women who drink until they can’t remember.
The latest abuse allegations to slam USA Gymnastics—including a lawsuit by a former medalist—claim the organization’s most prominent physician molested young girls for years.
The host nation wants the ugly American to come back and face the music—but it appears unlikely he’ll dance to their tune.
Before it started, coverage of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games left the world expecting the worst. While it is unclear if hosting the Games will help Rio long-term, Brazil came through.
Gold-medal gymnast Gabby Douglas endured trial after trial during the Rio Games—and now she’s got a powerful message for young girls: ‘Be strong and have a strong mind.’
The streets of Rio will be empty on Saturday as Brazil watches its soccer team face off against Germany in the gold medal match—and viewers won’t be able to relax until the referee blows that final whistle.
The Olympics brought a host of shiny new venues to Rio but high in the hilltops of the Madureira suburb, a jewel of a museum brings the country’s rich history of samba and jongo to light.