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Your secret purchase of gas pills, dandruff shampoo and wart-removing bandages is safe with us.
If your brain won't shut off when you're trying to go to sleep, try this practical 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.
Officials called for a pause of the shot due to "extremely rare" blood clots. Here’s why it’s happening and what experts want everyone to keep in mind.
Therapists share the comments to avoid and offer some simple but supportive responses to try instead.
Marginalized communities are affected by loss in unique and painful ways. Here's how, plus some resources for coping.
Mental health experts explain the impact and unique challenges of collective trauma and ways to cope.
Should you laminate it? What should you do if you forget to bring it? Why is there an expiration date? Here's a guide to your coronavirus vaccination card.
If a messy home makes you stressed and overwhelmed, read this.
Here's what signing off for good — or even taking a temporary social media detox — can do for your mental health.
Here's why it's so hard to stop feeling anxious, even once you've gotten your coronavirus shot -- and how to deal with the fear.
The pandemic has convinced us we have to be useful at all times. Here's what that mentality looks like, and how to deal with it.
Here's what's OK to do and what you shouldn't do on Easter weekend during the coronavirus pandemic.
Are you fully vaccinated? Not yet? Here's the latest on what you can and can't do when it comes to domestic flights during the coronavirus pandemic.
Can you spread the virus after you've been vaccinated? Can you get the coronavirus twice? Here's what we know now.
Those who want to learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine and its side effects before getting a shot can still be convinced.
Some risk factors for diseases aren't always in our control. These habits are.