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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

Moderna expects COVID-19 vaccine data for kids in March

Moderna expects to have new data to share about how well its mRNA vaccine works in kids ages 2 to 5 very soon.
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How to store Covid at-home tests properly

With rapid Covid tests from the government arriving in the mail, here's how to take care of those tests properly.

How to properly store your at-home COVID-19 rapid tests

With rapid COVID-19 tests from the government starting to arrive in the mail, it's crucial to know how to take care of those tests properly.

Still testing positive for COVID-19 after 10 days? Here's what to know

What to know about isolation, masking and more if you're still testing positive late into a COVID-19 infection.

Should you try at-home food sensitivity tests?

Are at-home food sensitivity tests accurate? Here's what to know before you buy one of these food intolerance test kits.

What happens if an athlete tests positive for COVID-19 at the Olympic Games?

Athletes can expect to get tested for COVID-19 a lot at the upcoming Beijing Winter Olympics. So what happens if they test positive?

Patients going weeks without isotretinoin after website overhaul

Many dermatologists and patients say they haven't been able to get isotretinoin (formerly Accutane) since a mid-December update to the iPledge website.

Woman details what it's like to faint on a daily basis

Abby McGillvray, 20, a college student, started fainting more and more frequently. Here's how a cutting-edge surgery got her life back.

‘Don’t weigh me’ cards help patients avoid triggers at the doctor’s office

Patients and doctors alike say "Don't weigh me" cards can start important conversations about weight and health.

What should you do if you have asymptomatic COVID-19?

In many cases, COVID-19 can be entirely asymptomatic. Here's what to do if you test positive without any symptoms.

How to spot — and avoid — fake COVID-19 tests

Both the FDA and FTC have warned about the existence of fake at-home COVID-19 tests. Here's what to know before you buy.