As stay-at-home orders take place during the winter months, finding ways to avoid cabin fever can be difficult. Here are some ways to stay mentally and physically sound.
When someone you live with tests positive for COVID-19, there are ways to protect yourself while helping them, too.
Turning down an invite to a Thanksgiving gathering isn’t easy, but there are ways to decline gracefully.
Incorporating a daily commute to your work-from-home routine can help boost your mental well-being.
If your presidential candidate didn’t win, it may affect your mental health.
Regularly eating too much sugar can have negative effects on your health, which can also put you at greater risk of a more severe case of COVID-19.
Despite the pandemic, there are ways to celebrate Thanksgiving this year.
Posts in your social media feed may be particularly charged in the days following the election. Taking a break may be a great way to reduce your stress and anxiety.
Rather than assuming kids won’t understand issues or processes, welcoming questions about the 2020 election can help give them a greater understanding.
With more screen time during the pandemic, some people are experiencing “tech neck.”
Despite the pandemic, there are ways to celebrate Halloween this year.
Overlap of symptoms from allergies, COVID-19, and wildfire smoke can make it difficult to know which you’re experiencing.
After recovering from COVID-19 along with her husband, Tom Hanks, singer-actress Rita Wilson is on a mission to get more than 200 million Americans to get a flu shot this year.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of recurrent depression that tends to come on during the fall and winter months and go away during the spring and summer months.