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Rheana Murray

Rheana Murray is a senior lifestyle reporter for TODAY Digital at NBC News. She writes about health and wellness, parenting, style, news and more.

Rheana Murray is a senior lifestyle reporter for TODAY Digital at NBC News. She writes about health and wellness, parenting, style, news and more.

Latest from Rheana Murray

72d ago

Native American artist Charlene Holy Bear is reinventing Vans for a new generation

Charlene Holy Bear, an artist in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is bridging modern fashion with her indigenous art form, one pair of skate shoes at a time.
213d ago

What is ectopic pregnancy and how could abortion bans affect care?

With ectopic pregnancies back in the news, here's what you need to know.
247d ago

How am I supposed to parent in a world like this?

Following the Texas school shooting, a mother ponders the difficulties of raising children in today's world.
352d ago

I didn’t think I needed ‘mom friends’ — I was wrong

They didn't need to be my best friends. They just needed to be there.
387d ago

What is king cake? The story behind the famous Mardi Gras dessert

And what's the deal with that little plastic baby hidden inside?
392d ago

10 gripping photos of the devastating Colorado wildfire

A wildfire destroyed between 500 and 1,000 homes in Boulder County, Colorado, on Thursday, NBC News reported.
421d ago

5 easy ways to make boxed cake mix taste homemade

No one has to know you didn't spend all day baking.
456d ago

Parents of children under 5 feel left out of the COVID-19 conversation

As the mom of a 22-month-old son, I feel left out of the conversation about COVID-19 and kids.
459d ago

Couple who met at Subway return to chain for epic wedding photo shoot

"Quite literally, I'm obsessed with Subway," the bride said.
463d ago

People share the text exchange with their manager that inspired them to quit

The texts highlight just how overworked, mistreated and fed up employees are — and how many of them simply aren't willing to deal with it any longer.