Teddy Amenabar

Washington, D.C.

General assignment reporter covering internet trends for the Well+Being team

Education: University of Maryland, BA in journalism

Teddy Amenabar is a general assignment reporter for the Well+Being team covering internet trends. Before that, he was a contributing writer to Launcher, The Post's gaming and esports vertical, and worked on the newsroom's audience team for more than seven years. He joined The Post in 2015.
Latest from Teddy Amenabar

TikTok ‘Liver King’ touted raw organ meat diet. He also took steroids.

TikTok's "Liver King" Brian Johnson gained millions of followers promoting misleading claims about the so-called “ancestral diet"

December 6, 2022

What’s the difference between RSV, the flu and covid-19?

Cases of respiratory syncytial virus, known as RSV, have surged, the flu season has come early, and covid-19 cases are rising. Here’s what you need to know.

November 18, 2022

Therapists say they can’t meet high demand as anxiety, depression linger

The high demand for therapy is the latest sign of the country’s ongoing mental health crisis.

November 16, 2022

How often does IVF succeed, and how much does it cost?

Jennifer Aniston's IVF failures are not uncommon. Women who undergo the costly procedure have no guarantee of success.

November 11, 2022

Can a daily crossword puzzle slow cognitive decline?

New study finds that regularly trying the daily crossword may help slow decline in some people with mild cognitive impairment, an early stage of faltering memory.

November 10, 2022

‘Not a tweep anymore.’ Twitter layoffs likely to exact an emotional toll.

Experts say losing a job is one of the most emotionally traumatic experiences a person can go through

November 4, 2022

Aerosol hair products tainted by benzene may still be on store shelves

Aerosol spray cans of dry shampoos, deodorants, sunscreens and foot sprays have been recalled due to trace amounts of a cancer-causing chemical.

November 1, 2022

What you need to know about the dry shampoo recall

Unilever recalled several dry shampoos because they may contain “elevated levels” of the chemical, which can be a carcinogen at high levels of prolonged exposure.

October 25, 2022

What should I do if I see a bear? First, don’t run away.

Bear attacks aren’t common, but hikers and campers should be prepared for a bear to cross their path.

October 25, 2022

    Want to improve your skin-care routine? We have 3 tips.

    What does a healthy skin-care routine actually look like? Well+Being reporter Teddy Amenabar shares tips from dermatologists.

    October 21, 2022