Former first lady Michelle Obama, who lived in the White House from ages 45 to 53, always managed to appear lovely and pulled together. But as she explained on Wednesday’s episode of "The Michelle Obama Podcast," there were some moments when the symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes, provided an extra challenge.
Ayesha Curry is the ultimate quarantine fitness inspo. Back in May, the 31-year-old Canadian-born actress and mother-of-three took it to Instagram to reveal that she lost 35 pounds amid the COVID-19 pandemic by her showing off her toned physique on full display in a two-piece bikini.
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The U.S. hit another grim milestone on Monday with more than 5 million Americans now infected with the coronavirus. Although there is a push to increase testing and develop a vaccine, experts continue to suggest that if all Americans wore masks, the pandemic could be brought under control “within weeks.” In the spirit of that mission, a new study published in Science Advances is shedding light on which masks are most effective — and which may actually be hurting the effort to curb COVID-19.