Sponsored by: Pfizer. Dr. Dara Richardson-Heron, Pfizer’s chief patient officer, answers questions about the COVID-19 vaccination, including acknowledging the mistrust Black and brown people feel in regards to science and the government, how the vaccine actually works, and whether people of color were included when testing the vaccine.
Tackling the Alarming Rise in Fentanyl Deaths
From Michael K. Williams to Fuquan Johnson and more, Fentanyl overdoses in the past year have hit a record high, rising over 30 percent in the United States. In a conversation that’s long overdue, we open up about the rise of the deadly drug.
Cleaning Up Before... You Die? | Girl Chat
It might sound morbid, but “death cleaning” is a Swedish process of cleaning house before you die rather than leaving it up to your loved ones to do after you’re gone. Tell us: Would you be open to the idea of decluttering before death?
Part Three: Dr. Michael Obeng Details His 2.5-Hour Surgery to Remove Gorilla Glue
In part three of our conversation we talked to Dr. Michael Obeng, the Beverly Hills plastic surgeon who operated for 2.5-hours to remove the Gorilla Glue from Tessica Brown’s hair. He also reveals just how much Tessica’s donation will help those who can’t afford reconstructive surgeries.
Aidy Bryant's Doctor Recommended Gastric Bypass Surgery, but Why?
Is it ever OK for your doctor to recommend a procedure as sensitive as gastric bypass if you’re comfortable and, more importantly, healthy? “SNL” actress Aidy Bryant says a doctor’s assumption left her horribly offended.
My House, My Rules: Should This Mom Force Her 19-Year-Old Son to Get the Vaccine?
What would you do if your 19-year-old-son, who still lives at home, refused to get vaccinated? One mother is feeling the pressure and says her stubborn son has bought into conspiracy theories about the vaccines and as a result she’s debating kicking him out. Fair or foul? Plus, how do you handle times when you don’t exactly get what you pay for?
Which Side Are You On? Saying No to Hugs Post-COVID-19
While many of us may be ready to get back to living in a post-COVID-19 world, hugging is one gesture some may not be up for despite being vaccinated. What’s one activity you might rethink participating in?