Elizabeth Yuko

Elizabeth Yuko

Elizabeth Yuko, PhD, is an award-winning journalist, bioethicist, and adjunct professor of ethics at Fordham University. Her work focuses on health and science, and how they intersect with home design, popular culture, politics, and history. Elizabeth has covered the Covid-19 pandemic since February 2020 and received an award from the American Society of Journalists and Authors for an article on grieving during the pandemic, published in Rolling Stone. She is a contributing editor to Rolling Stone and has been published in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Architectural Digest, CityLab, and CNN, among others.

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Latest from Elizabeth Yuko
Holiday Loneliness Causes, Reasons, and Coping Stragegies: sad gingerbread man
Why We Often Feel Lonely During the Holidays—and How to Cope (Especially This Year)
How to Take the Perfect Bath, According to Science: Bubble bath with potted plants
How to Take the Most Relaxing Bath, According to Science
Bubble Bath
An At-Home Wellness Sabbatical Could Be Exactly What You Need—Here's How It Works
Allergists Say Eating Local Honey Probably Won't Cure Your Seasonal Allergies—Here's Why
That Mental Rut You're Going Through Has a Name—and Here's What to Do About It
Angel Statue on a grave: coping strategies for grief
5 Healthy Strategies for Coping With Grief
New Year's Resolutions On Sticky Notes
Here's How to (Actually) Keep Your New Year's Resolutions This Time
What Is Decision Fatigue
9 Signs You Have Decision Fatigue—and Tips to Help Manage It
Fading white flower in vase on pink background
What Is Emotional Trauma? How Shifting Our Idea of Trauma Can Help Us Heal
Can you drink too much water? Signs, Risks and treatments for drinking too much water: Top view of glasses on the pink background
Hydration Is Essential, but Can You Drink Too Much Water?
Cheap Old Houses TV Show, checking fireplace
5 Renovation Lessons We Learned From 'Cheap Old Houses' on HGTV
How to Set Emotional and Personal Boundaries
This Is What It Looks Like to Set Healthy Boundaries
tired-all-the-time
Why You're Always So Tired—and What You Can Do About It
Migraine vs. Headache: What's the Difference and how to prevent migraines and headaches
Is It a Migraine or Just a Headache? Here's How to Read the Signs and Tell the Difference
This Is Why You're So Tired After Therapy
The Real (and Very Normal) Reason You're So Exhausted After Therapy
The Post-COVID Home: How the Pandemic Has Made Us Rethink Everything
Uses and Health Benefits of Epsom Salts
4 Beneficial Uses for Epsom Salt—and One You Should Always Avoid
What Do Salt Lamps Do, and Do They Have Health Benefits? Here's What the Research Says: salt lamp on table
Do Salt Lamps Actually Do Anything or Are They Just Pretty? Here's What the Research Says
This Is Why We Love Tiny Things: Inside the Psychology of Cuteness
This Is Why Tiny Things Make Us So Happy
Mindfulness for Skeptics
Queer Eye's Tan France
4 Ways to Boost Your Work-From-Home Mood With Fashion, According to Queer Eye's Tan France
woman at desk practicing intermittent silence
Why Intermittent Silence May Be the Form of Meditation That Actually Works for You