The pandemic is causing many people to experience social pain. Social pain involves painful emotions caused by situations involving other people, such as feeling rejected, alone, ostracized, devalued, abandoned, or disconnected.
Heart disease and stroke are the leading causes of death for people with type 2 diabetes.
Know Diabetes by Heart is an initiative to educate people about the connection between diabetes and heart health.
Three known variant strains of SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19, have been identified. There are ways to reduce your risk of contracting the variants.
Attaining financial wellness is possible, even during financially challenging times.
New Year’s resolutions can affect mental health when they don’t go according to our plans. However, reframing your approach to reaching resolutions can help you succeed.
The pandemic has caused mental strain for many people across the world. And for those living with anxiety and depression, the impact is harsh.
As COVID-19 vaccines roll out in the United States, many people are feeling hesitant.
Knowing the facts about vaccines can help ease concerns.
The stress of the holidays and pandemic may negatively affect your sleep.
When Angela Trimbur, known for her acting roles in “The Good Place,” “The Final Girls,” and more, was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2018, she quickly learned the value of connecting with people who know what it’s like.
Many people feel “touch deprived” during the pandemic. Caring touch with animals can provide benefits similar to those of human touch.
While the holidays are a time of joy, they can be challenging for those grieving.
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.