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Interacting with others by embracing ‘social bubbles’ is one way you can get your social fix more safely this summer.
The Confess Project is a nonprofit organization that utilizes barbers across the country to connect with men of color and raise awareness about mental health.
Maintaining several small hygiene habits can provide big protections from the novel coronavirus as you begin interacting with others in public places again.
As states reopen, you may find you feel anxious about socializing in public again. Experts say these simple tip may help.
Three people share their stories of surviving serious cases of COVID-19.
Doctors are facing additional challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic from the amount of misinformation currently spreading about the virus.
When the COVID-19 pandemic broke out, Sherry Richards was in need of physical, occupational, and speech therapy to help her recover from a severe stroke. Telehealth services provided her with access to the critical care she required while stay-at-home orders were in place.
From “maskne” to rosacea, there are a few different ways wearing a face mask may be irritating your skin, but there are steps you can take to prevent or treat it.
Both during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, some people will experience trauma and, as a result, PTSD.
New research shows reading books, watching TV, and listening to music can all provide the social connection you may be missing right now.
Reorganizing your kitchen can help you eat healthier as well as save you time and money.
Your social media posts during the pandemic may say more about your stress and anxiety levels than you think.
Stress induces the production and release of key stress hormones in your body which can have a huge impact on your skin.