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Elizabeth Chuck

Elizabeth Chuck is a reporter for NBC News who focuses on health and mental health, particularly issues that affect women and children.

Elizabeth Chuck is a reporter for NBC News who focuses on health and mental health, particularly issues that affect women and children.

Latest from Elizabeth Chuck

14h ago

Dating app Bumble gives entire staff the week off to combat burnout

More than 750 employees in Austin, Texas, Moscow, London, Barcelona, Spain, Sydney and Mumbai, India, are getting some time to recharge, a Bumble spokesperson said.

The kids are finally out of the house, and parents are feeling separation anxiety

As offices open back up, camps welcome kids and vaccinations make more time away from home possible, families are reacclimating to being apart from one another.
8d ago

CNN's Christiane Amanpour reveals she has ovarian cancer

"I've had successful major surgery to remove it, and I'm now undergoing several months of chemotherapy for the very best possible long-term prognosis," the anchor told viewers Monday.
11d ago

More screen time, more takeout, less 'mom guilt': How the pandemic changed parenting

Frayed moms are allowing their kids — and themselves — a break from the packed schedules they once had. Will it last?
22d ago

Tulsa marks 100 years since massacre with somber ceremonies, demands for reparations

A candlelight vigil Monday night commemorated the victims of the massacre, in which a white mob pillaged a prosperous Black neighborhood.
22d ago

Gunman and one other person dead in shooting at Clé nightclub in Houston

An off-duty sheriff's deputy who was working security at the club fired back after a gunman started shooting, authorities said.
23d ago

Texas man accused of planning mass shooting at Walmart is arrested

“Our investigators did outstanding work in this case, and possibly saved many lives," the Kerr County sheriff said. "The plot interrupted in this case is unthinkable."
29d ago

They're keeping their masks on. Their reasons extend beyond their health.

Masks have given some an unexpected reprieve from social expectations in addition to helping people avoid everything from colds to Covid-19.
35d ago

If you or someone you know is in crisis, these resources can help

Don’t struggle alone. Reach out to these hotlines and organizations.
38d ago

Unable to resist the urge to wave at the end of Zoom calls? You're not alone

From our tiny squares of digital real estate, many of us have become aggressive wavers. Body language experts say this is a good thing.
39d ago

After CDC loosens mask guidance, some governors scramble to rewrite state policies

The surprise announcement prompted a patchwork of responses, from immediate rollbacks of mask rules to a wait-and-see approach.