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Maura Hohman

Maura Hohman is a Brooklyn-based weekend editor and reporter for TODAY Digital who joined the team early in the coronavirus pandemic. While she happily writes about a range of topics, from pop culture to politics, she has a special interest in in-depth health coverage, especially COVID-19 research, women's health and racial health disparities.

Maura Hohman is a Brooklyn-based weekend editor and reporter for TODAY Digital who joined the team early in the coronavirus pandemic. While she happily writes about a range of topics, from pop culture to politics, she has a special interest in in-depth health coverage, especially COVID-19 research, women's health and racial health disparities.

Latest from Maura Hohman

23h ago

Paul Walker's daughter, Meadow, says growing up a tomboy shaped her sense of self

Meadow Walker is the only child of "Fast & Furious" star Paul Walker. She was 15 when he died in 2013.

Bobbie Thomas opens up about how's she coping in 1st interview since husband's death

The TODAY contributor's husband, Michael Marion, died unexpectedly in December due to medical complications.

Alec Baldwin says he 'seriously' struggles with OCD and is learning how to cope

Alec Baldwin hasn't spoken much about his OCD, but he shared that he currently struggles with the condition in a new episode of his podcast.
4d ago

Kate Hudson gushes about Kurt Russell in glowing Father's Day post

Hudson was raised by mom Goldie Hawn's longtime partner, Kurt Russell, because the 42-year-old actor is estranged from her biological father.

Lesbian pioneers Kay Lahusen, Barbara Gittings fought medical myths about gays. Their work isn't finished

Gittings and Lahusen took on many issues that other gay leaders thought were too big to tackle. But medical challenges for LGBTQ people still persist.

Should I be concerned about COVID-19 variants? Experts break it down

Four major coronavirus variants have been discovered abroad and made their way to the U.S.

Phexxi is being called a revolution in birth control — what do experts say?

The product comes in a pre-filled applicator, similar to a tampon, and must be used before every act of intercourse.

Fauci looks back on early days of AIDS 40 years after epidemic began

Dr. Anthony Fauci became a household name during the coronavirus pandemic, but much of his life's work has been fighting HIV and AIDS.
23d ago

Leyna Bloom, the 1st trans model of color in Sports Illustrated swimsuit's issue, on breaking barriers

For TODAY's Pride Series, model and activist Leyna Bloom reflects on learning to go after what she deserves and the milestones she's accomplished since.
27d ago

How Susan Ahn Cuddy, 1st Asian female Navy officer, still inspires service members today

Cuddy, born in LA in 1915, claimed several firsts within the U.S. Navy, but her contributions for Asian women in the military go much deeper.

Should children get the COVID-19 vaccine? Experts address parents' concerns

As the COVID-19 vaccine becomes available to more kids, here are some of parents' most pressing questions answered, from safety to infertility risks and more.