NFL defensive lineman Mike Daniels shares how he stays fit on and off the football field.
Social influence often plays into how people create opinions and make decisions.
Combat veteran Dani Aylsworth shares her compelling story about overcoming PTSD, alcohol misuse, and heart failure to win back her health one battle at a time.
Immunity to COVID-19 is complicated. In my latest Healthline story, I break it down.
A recent survey has found that workers are stressed about taking sick days during the pandemic and remote workers stress more about taking sick days than those working in-person.
During times like the pandemic, finding hope can be hard, however there are ways to tap into the positive side of life.
Gift givers often mistake value over thoughtfulness as being most appreciated by gift recipients. Research also shows that gift givers overestimate how much a recipient’s liking of their gift increases or decreases when it compares favorably or unfavorably to other gifts.
COVID-19 has taken the lives of multiple loved ones from some families. Here's how one daughter is coping with the loss of both her parents.
Valentine’s Day may look different during COVID-19. There are still ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day safely despite the pandemic.
President Joe Biden doesn’t hide the fact that he has stuttered since childhood, and by doing so, he brings hope to many people who live with the same condition.
Illinois moved from phase 1a to 1b of Covid-19 vaccinations January 25. Those eligible for vaccination now include people 65 and older.
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.