Research shows that people tend to add rather than subtract when it comes to all kinds of situations.
Life post-COVID can bring about feelings of grief. However, whether you mourn the loss of a loved one during the pandemic or loss of free time you gained during a slower-paced pandemic life, there are ways to cope
Study finds that computer problems spike stress levels by a lot.
New CDC guidelines say it’s OK to travel domestically if you’re fully vaccinated.
Singer Demi Lovato announced that she is “California sober.” Experts share what this means and if it is a good idea for those with substance misuse disorders.
As places reopen and more social interactions become acceptable, figuring out what makes you feel safe and communicating your boundaries is a good place to start.
Tips for anxiety have gotten nearly 40 million views on TikTok. While some anxiety hacks on TikTok can be helpful, others may not be. Experts give insight here.
The daylight saving time change provides an extra hour of light that can help with brighter moods.
Working from home for a year can take a toll on your body, and according to one study, injuries to the back, hands, and wrists increased in 2020.
Women find moral outrage attractive in men who they consider for long-term relationships.
Understanding how the COVID-19 vaccines were developed so quickly can help ease fears about them.
According to researchers at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada, people who BS may be more susceptible to falling for it.