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From abandoned malls to stadiums, the push to vaccinate as many people as quickly as possible has required some unique sites.
From cuticle oils to teeth whitening pens to scalp massagers, give your body the love it deserves with these useful items.
Here's how lifestyle changes from the last year may have altered your eyes and vision (and what you can do about it).
Is a test necessary after a coronavirus exposure? What about when you travel or visit someone? Follow this guide.
Everything you should know on the new outdoor COVID-19 recommendations and what's considered safe if you're vaccinated.
Some people reported changes to their menstrual cycle after their coronavirus shots. Here’s why and how to deal.
Always feel like you're rushing, anxious or running behind? Read this.
If you roll out of bed feeling tired or stressed, these a.m. habits can help you turn your mood around.
Your secret purchase of gas pills, dandruff shampoo and wart-removing bandages is safe with us.
Alzheimer’s disease and dementia risk mostly depends on factors like genetics. But new research shows rest can be a good prevention strategy.
Watch for these signs you're experiencing PTSD or anxiety because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Will we eventually need digital proof of vaccination for activities like international travel or concerts? Read this guide.
Well-intentioned compliments about weight changes can have a dangerous effect. Here's how.
The coronavirus shots don't just produce antibodies -- they also create T-cells. Here's what those are, and why they matter.
If your brain won't shut off when you're trying to go to sleep, try this practical advice.
If you're a COVID long-hauler or if you've just recovered from the coronavirus, read this expert-backed exercise advice.
There's a lot of anxiety-provoking talk around bikini bodies and losing weight right now. Here's how to cope.
Here's what to do if you test positive for the coronavirus before your second Pfizer or Moderna shot.
Transforming into an early riser is simpler than you think.
Blood clots, like cerebral venous sinus thrombosis or embolisms, can be dangerous. Here are the signs to look out for, and what to do about it.