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Actively pursuing happiness can backfire. Here's what research shows actually helps increase joy.
Let off steam and release some essential endorphins with these HIIT, yoga and dance classes. Your body and mind will thank you.
Experts explain how the coronavirus may affect the inside of your mouth and how to spot the signs.
"Should I buy a Peloton bike or 832 more boxes of Cheez-Its?"
Experts confirm Zoom fatigue is a thing – but there's a solution for 2021.
Here's how mental health experts are staying healthy, reducing stress and anxiety, and prioritizing themselves after the hell of 2020.
Actor Tanya Roberts reportedly died from complications of a urinary tract infection. Here's what to know about when one turns life-threatening.
Here's what to know about the latest coronavirus variant, including how it affects the pandemic and the vaccine.
Here are some new coronavirus discoveries, from the South Africa strain to allergic reactions to the vaccine.
Remembrance tattoos can aid people dealing with loss in more ways than you might realize, according to mental health experts.
These devices can be a useful way to know if you need to go to hospital but they also have their pitfalls.
Sharing your coronavirus experience on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter is vital to fighting the pandemic. Here's why.
Every day feels the same. These small changes can lift your mood.
Many parts of 2020, like the pandemic, will carry over into the new year. Here's how to make it feel like a clean slate anyway.
A new study may have cracked the code to what makes people stick to their goals -- and it only takes a second.
Here's how to protect your mental health so you can (even slightly!) handle the COVID-19 pandemic next year.
Researchers believe these daily habits will train your brain to achieve better overall well-being. (Worth a try, right?)
Experts share the problems that affected most of their patients during the pandemic and offer advice on how to cope if you're struggling, too.
"Even after COVID can we all agree introverts don't ever have to go to work-related parties again?"
It’s OK to value health, but having strict rules around what you consume isn’t actually healthy. It could be disordered eating.