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"Introverts be like: How rude of you not to invite me to something I didn't want to go."
You don't have to contemplate suicide for your thoughts to be dangerous. Here are the signs your mental health is at risk and how to address it.
Introverts may seem to have a leg up when it comes to quarantine and social distancing, but getting through the coronavirus pandemic hasn't been easy, even for them.
Here's how the coronavirus pandemic measures we're taking stack up against influenza.
Those with COVID-19 who are expecting may be less likely to show symptoms and more likely to give birth early, among other issues.
Experts share when to get the influenza vaccine and how the coronavirus pandemic may get more dangerous without it.
Our expert will answer your questions about self-care and being introverted during this time.
This is the latest on people who don't show any coronavirus symptoms and how those cases will influence the future of the pandemic.
Experts explain why some may be hesitant to share their positive coronavirus test results ― even though this can be dangerous.
Buckle up: Here's what dealing with colds, influenza and the coronavirus all at the same time could be like this fall and winter.
Certain conditions can fuel the spread of the coronavirus. This little trick can help you spot them.
Here's how to know if you've experienced one – and what to do now.
Fill your feed with advice on anxiety, self-care, gratitude, healing, stress and more.
"Long-haulers" share what it's like to deal with the coronavirus and its debilitating health symptoms months after you're considered recovered.
"I once organized a singles party for introverts and nobody came."
The nose is a key entry point for the virus, and a new study suggests targeting it could result in more effective treatments.
Doctors and professors reveal what's troubling them at this stage of the coronavirus pandemic — from people ignoring face mask advice to testing delays.
Tired of your mask fogging up your glasses? These masks fitted with nose wires might help.
The rise of digital detoxes shows just how damaging our social media habits can be for our well-being. What can we do about it?
At the start of the coronavirus pandemic, we were sanitizing groceries, surfaces, packages and more. Do we still need to?