“Men being feminine is not the problem, men should be allowed to be feminine," says RuPaul's drag race star Monét X Change.
A full blue moon hovered over the Halloween 2020 night sky. “Everybody gets all romantic about the sunrise and the sunset but a moonrise and a moonset can be very dramatic and exciting,” astronomer Jackie Faherty tells Yahoo Life.
Real-life vampire and fangsmith, Father Sebastiaan, tells Yahoo Life what life is really like in the vampire community, "The vampire experience has defined my life."
"We are in month eight of the pandemic and heading into winter, which means less daylight, shorter days, longer nights," Jen Hartstein tells Yahoo Life.
"Research shows that even gentle touch from a stranger can make us feel more connected to the world around you," Dr, Jen Hartstein tells Yahoo Life.
"There is this sense of kind of feeling lost even when you're at your home," Dr. Jen Hartstein tells Yahoo Life.
"You didn't have the things that were keeping you from looking at the parts that weren't working," Rachel Hollis tells Yahoo Life.
"Even for those of us who have been part of many elections and voted many different times, this is something none of us have ever experienced," Dr. Jen Hartstein tells Yahoo Life.
“I feel so lucky to be able to finally tell someone everything that I wanted to tell myself at the time,” Connor Johnston tells Yahoo Life.
“Everybody's mental health has been impacted by the pandemic ... so don't be afraid to ask someone how they're doing," Dr. Jen Hartstein tells Yahoo Life.
“Create new routines that might have to change a lot," Jen Hartstein tells Yahoo Life.
“Even if you can’t get to the beach this summer, it’s important to bloom where you’re planted,” she says.
"Major life changes, like a pandemic, can cause some personality shifts in many of us," Jen Hartstein tells Yahoo Life.
“Everyday plans are changing, but now we’re used to it because it’s been like this for months," college freshman Carlos Moreno tells Yahoo Life.
Astronomer Jackie Faherty on how to best watch the 2020 Perseids meteor shower, "Give it the same amount of time and respect that you give a good Netflix movie."
"At a time when many of us have shifted to working from home, it's hard to know how to take time off, and yet it is probably the most important time to," Jen Hartstein tells Yahoo Life.
“When we're feeling hopeless, it is very easy to say stuck there and we become a magnet for every piece of negativity,” Jen Hartstein tells Yahoo Life.
“We had to wake up with fear and go to bed with fear,” said a nurse who spent over three months treating patients in New York City. “Colleagues were getting sick, it was like a war zone. It was very traumatic.”
This traveling ICU doctor says that "politicizing masks" is continuing to cause needless deaths, from Arizona to Florida.
ICU Nurse Rachel Hartley sailed from Virgina to New York City and is living on her boat to help treat coronavirus patients.
This mother's 8-year-old daughter with autism suffers severe epileptic seizures. This is how their family is adapting to life during the pandemic.
A man with hearing loss had a scary experience when face masks worn by first responders made lip reading impossible during a medical emergency. Now he's sharing a solution.
Comedian Katie Finn wanted to buy lunch for her sister, an ICU nurse in NYC treating coronavirus patients. Now she's feeding thousands on the frontlines.
An epidemiologist warns against lifting social-distancing measures too soon, explaining that right now we are experiencing the regular trajectory of a pandemic.