Hannah Sparks Features Reporter
  • New York
  • New York Post

Hannah Sparks is a generalist features reporter with over 1,200 bylines in the New York Post.

1171 Articles
3 months ago
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Nose picking likely 'partially' to blame for Alzheimer's disease: scientists

With prevention in mind, researchers urged for regular hand-washing.

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3 months ago
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Megalodon not quite as mega as scientists and 'The Meg' filmmakers thought: new study

Scientists are taking “The Meg” down a peg.

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Optical illusion doubles as personality test — are you a loner or a supporter?

More than 13,000 viewers have taken a gander at Sunday’s TikTok post, with an astonished few calling the test “so acc...

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3 months ago
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Gen Z has killed everything — but they're saving one surprising tradition

Unenamored with the hallmarks of capitalism, puritanically progressive Zoomers are promoting one sacred public instit...

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3 months ago
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This is the best time to browse on dating apps — down to the exact hour

Dating data crunchers at Bumble have revealed the best time frame for making a match on the app.

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5 months ago
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Woman nearly chokes to death on food — and then swallows toothbrush whole in freak accident

A 21-year-old woman reportedly swallowed her entire toothbrush after using it to save her own life.

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6 months ago
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Here's how often you really need to shower, according to experts

Get off your soapbox, clean freaks.

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6 months ago
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Grapes are the new carrots when it comes to good vision: new eye health research

This is great news for those who don’t like carrots: Researchers have found new evidence that eating grapes comes wit...

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7 months ago
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I’m a plastic surgeon — these 4 nonsurgical treatments are the most bang for your buck

Dr. Anthony Youn, a board-certified plastic surgeon, recently detailed four affordable skincare tips — none of which ...

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7 months ago
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Microplastics are in the clouds: researchers sound alarm on plastic air pollution

Microplastic particles were found in the clouds the envelope the peak of Japan’s Mount Fuji, more than 12,000 feet in...

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7 months ago
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I popped a zit in the ‘triangle of death’ — it gave me a staph infection

“This was worse than childbirth … I will never pop another pimple on my face, not ever.”

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7 months ago
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Blue light from phones, tablets and TVs may induce early puberty: study

Excessive screen time may be taking more from children than their attention. For the first time, researchers in Turke...

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