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.
The Lee Thompson Young Foundation aims to erase the stigma associated with mental illness.
London-based medical student Malone Mukwende created Mind the Gap, a handbook of images and descriptions of clinical signs and symptoms in Black and Brown skin.
In a new survey, epidemiologists ranked bars and jails as the riskiest places for COVID-19 transmission.
Mail delays via the U.S. Postal Service are causing delays of prescription medication.
Having honest conversations with those in your social pod is the best way to keep everyone safe.
Fathers’ UpLift, a Massachusetts-based nonprofit organization, provides fathers with mental health and community support to engage in their children’s lives.
Additional barriers to accessing mental healthcare exists for Black Americans, but experts propose three ways those barriers can be broken down.
Volunteering to participate in a COVID-19 vaccine trial is one way you can help during the pandemic.
Stressful moments in our lives can change the way we perceive the passage of time, but there are ways you can help your mind feel like it’s back on track.
Stress during our waking life continues to affect us while we sleep and can lead to an increase in strange dreams and nightmares, disrupting a healthy sleep pattern.