Olga Khazan

Atlantic staff writer covering health, gender, and science. You can pronounce my last name however you want. Email olga at theatlantic dot com.

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How Your Mood Affects Your Friendships
July, 17 2019
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The Early Women’s Movement Didn’t Endorse Birth Control
July, 16 2019
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The Reason Anxious People Often Have Allergies
July, 10 2019
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Why Doctors Make for Bad Patients
July, 9 2019
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A Radical Way to Stop Heroin Overdoses
June, 28 2019
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Lock Them Up
June, 27 2019
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Democrats Search for the Holy Grail of Health Care
June, 26 2019
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The Startling Rise of Choking During Sex
June, 24 2019
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A Brit’s Advice for the U.S. Health-Care System
June, 21 2019
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A New Theory for the Staggering Sex Difference in Autoimmune Disease
June, 18 2019
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The Misplaced Optimism in Legal Pot
June, 10 2019
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The Case for Boring Office Clothes
June, 10 2019
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You Can Buy Prescription Drugs Without Seeing a Doctor
June, 6 2019
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Frigid Offices Might Be Killing Women’s Productivity
May, 22 2019
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Why So Many Women Choose Abortion Over Adoption
May, 20 2019
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There’s Always Something in My Ears
May, 15 2019
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Rise of the Lady Backpack
May, 3 2019
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Do Married Millennials Cheat on Each Other?
May, 1 2019
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Some Immigrants Choose Between Food Stamps and a Green Card
April, 25 2019
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The ‘Cuddle Hormone’ Might Help America Take On the Obesity Epidemic
April, 19 2019
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The Real Problem With Trigger Warnings
March, 28 2019
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Americans Are Getting Secondhand Embarrassment From Trump
March, 27 2019
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How a Measles Quarantine Can Lead to Eviction
March, 19 2019
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The Truth About People Who Have No Personality
March, 11 2019
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Why So Many Americans Are Turning to Buddhism
March, 7 2019
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The 7 Most Revealing Moments From a Major Drug-Pricing Hearing
February, 26 2019
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A Poor Childhood Could Hurt Your Memory in Old Age
February, 26 2019
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I Smelled Like a Man for a Day
December, 3 2018
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Americans Are Dying Even Younger
November, 29 2018
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Why So Many People Hate Winter
November, 28 2018
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The Charity Walkathon Is Dead
November, 24 2018
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America’s Health-Care System Is Making the Opioid Crisis Worse
November, 20 2018
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When a Feminist Icon Becomes a Tech Villain
November, 16 2018
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You Have Your Mother’s Relationship History
November, 13 2018
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Did Obamacare Repeal Hurt the Republicans?
November, 8 2018
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The Problem With Being Perfect
November, 5 2018
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Just Months of American Life Changes the Microbiome
November, 1 2018
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Women’s Shoes Are Painful by Design
October, 30 2018
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It’s Too Soon to Celebrate the End of the Opioid Epidemic
October, 24 2018
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Why the Trump Administration’s New Gender Definition Worries Doctors
October, 23 2018
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Fewer Sex Partners Means a Happier Marriage
October, 22 2018
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Women in the U.S. Can Now Get Safe Abortions by Mail
October, 18 2018
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Inherited Trauma Shapes Your Health
October, 16 2018
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When Abortion Is Illegal, Women Rarely Die. But They Still Suffer.
October, 11 2018
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Why Men Sexually Harass Women
October, 5 2018
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The $1 Tool That Might Curb the Overdose Epidemic
October, 3 2018
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How Radical Groups Reacted to Doctors' Racism With Acupuncture
August, 3 2018
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How to Write a Book Without Losing Your Mind
August, 1 2018
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Why Conservatives Find Life More Meaningful Than Liberals
July, 26 2018
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After the Police Brutality Video Goes Viral
July, 23 2018
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Olga Khazan is a writer who has produced content for citylab.com, theatlantic.com, and medium.com
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Lose Weight, Birth Control, York Times, Politically Correct, Study Finds, Study Published, Study Suggests, Breast Cancer, Blue Light, Health Insurance
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