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.

1117 Articles
29 days ago
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‘Personalized’ cell ‘editing’ could revolutionize cancer treatment: study

Those living with cancer may soon be eligible for the most bespoke treatment to date.

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about 1 month ago
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Jeff Cook, co-founder of country rock band Alabama, dead at 73

His passing comes eight years after the country rock legend was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, which he revealed...

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about 2 months ago
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Leslie Jordan dead at 67: Beloved actor dies in car crash

Beloved actor Leslie Jordan has died tragically at the age of 67. The “American Horror Story” alum — who became a soc...

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about 2 months ago
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Cat people are flipping the ‘bad luck’ brand for Black Cat Day: poll

“Portrayals in movies and unfounded stereotypes and superstitions have not always shed a positive light on black cats.”

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2 months ago
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What is the ‘shower effect’? How bathing yields the best ideas: study

Many people say they have their best ideas in the shower — and it turns out there’s an actual reason to explain why.

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3 months ago
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Pregnant women face cancer risk from chemicals in most household products

Melamine is a carcinogen routinely used in the manufacturing of dishes, plastics, flooring, kitchen counters and pest...

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3 months ago
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First sip of booze changes brain forever, leads to addiction: study

Brain scans of mice that had been intoxicated for the first time showed “lasting changes” in how their neurons commun...

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4 months ago
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Scientists create ‘synthetic’ embryo with brain, beating heart in ‘world first’

Scientists have created the miracle of life — no male or female necessary.

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4 months ago
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Women under 45 drove cosmetic surgery surge during pandemic: survey

More than a third of patients used their forced downtime to scrimp and save for their dream procedure.

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4 months ago
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People who look alike may share similar DNA: study

The study revealed that some unrelated doppelgängers shared more than 19,000 common genetic variations.

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4 months ago
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TV, computer use linked to dementia — but not how you might expect

Not all seated activities are equally risky, it turns out.

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4 months ago
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Millions more are tripping on psychedelic drugs than ever before: study

Americans are “turning on, tuning in and dropping out” in bigger numbers.

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