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Sarah Jacoby

Sarah Jacoby is a health reporter at TODAY. She is a graduate of NYU's Science, Health, and Environmental Reporting Program and has a background in psychology and neuroscience.

Sarah Jacoby is a health reporter at TODAY. She is a graduate of NYU's Science, Health, and Environmental Reporting Program and has a background in psychology and neuroscience.

Latest from Sarah Jacoby

9 dermatologist-approved tips to soothe dry, irritated winter skin

As the seasons change, you might notice your skin changing too.

The SPF mistake dermatologists want you to stop making

Putting on sunscreen daily is one of the most effective things you can do for your skin. But this common SPF mistake could limit the protection you're getting.

David Crosby fans are remembering how he took Drew Barrymore in at 14 and helped her get sober

Drew Barrymore shared the heartwarming story of how legendary rocker David Crosby and his wife acted like her "surrogate parents" when she was 14.
11d ago

5 things you should never do in a medical emergency, according to an ER doctor

If you find yourself or a loved one in a medical emergency, there are a few things you should never do, according to doctor. Here's what to know.

What's a decidual cast? Woman details painful menstruation experience in viral TikTok

A nurse shares her painful symptoms with a decidual cast. Experts explain what a decidual cast really is and why you should get checked out if you develop one.

I tried Y7’s new yoga platform — and it helped me commit to a regular yoga routine

Working out with Y7 Studio's new online classes helped me build an actual yoga routine. After three weeks, I felt stronger and more grounded — and learned some challenging new poses along the way.
18d ago

Al Roker recalls first moments he knew something was wrong during recent health scare

Al Roker shares new details of his recent life-threatening medical emergencies, which included blood clots and internal bleeding and required emergency surgery.
19d ago

Selma Blair sheds light on what it means to be in remission with MS

Selma Blair discusses what it means to be in remission with MS, and expert weighs in on the normal course of MS symptoms for most people.

Ear infections may be on the rise in kids and adults as respiratory viruses continue to surge

The recent surge in RSV, flu and COVID-19 among kids may be also be causing a rise in complications, like ear infections. Here's what parents need to know.

New study shows how being denied an abortion may harm mental health more than getting one

Getting an abortion does not hurt people's emotional well-being. Most don't regret it. Here's what research says about abortion and mental health.
26d ago

Al Roker is returning to TODAY! See the details here

Al Roker will make his return to the TODAY show on Jan. 6, after medical issues kept him off the air since mid-November.