Many Americans feel society will never return to the way things were before COVID-19.
However, health experts say they have a brighter take on returning to “normal.”
Many New Year's resolutions revolve around losing weight, but restrictive diets tend not to work, and leave you feeling bad about yourself.
With all the forms of stress going on in the world right now, doesn’t taking a few minutes out of your day to hug a cow sound calming? Ellie Laks, founder of The Gentle Barn, thinks so. At her non-profit animal rescue and sanctuary in Santa Clarita, California, she offers cow hugging therapy to visitors.
Here’s what health and travel experts say you need to know about your COVID-19 risk on cruise ships before you make any plans to set sail.
Americans are 5 times more likely to say their level of stress increases rather than decreases during the holidays. Knowing your “holiday personality” can help you navigate the holiday season.
While vaccines have brought some normalcy to the holidays this year, you still might be feeling pressures and stress of the season. There are ways to cope.
The short film A La Cara (Face To Face) shares a story of a woman who confronts her social media troll.
The first head-to-head comparison of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines is revealed.
Gift-giving season is just around the corner (OK, let’s face it — it’s here!), and despite supply chain shortages threatening the holidays as we know ’em, you still have to get your shop on.
Nick Jonas, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 13 years old, is helping raise awareness of the condition and working to help others who have diabetes to live their happiest and healthiest lives.
Ted Koppel and his wife, Grace Anne Dorney Koppel, founded the Dorney-Koppel Foundation to raise awareness about COPD, a chronic lung disease.