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There's a difference between walks and weddings. Experts break down the risks based on your COVID-19 vaccination status.
From abandoned malls to stadiums, the push to vaccinate as many people as quickly as possible has required some unique sites.
Breakthrough coronavirus cases are happening, but that doesn't mean the vaccines don't work.
There are some very convincing reasons we shouldn't ditch masks completely once the coronavirus mandate has been lifted.
Read this if your seasonal symptoms from pollen and other allergens have been a complete nightmare lately.
It can feel almost wrong to make plans once you've had your COVID-19 shots. Here's how to shake that and why it matters that you do.
From cuticle oils to teeth whitening pens to scalp massagers, give your body the love it deserves with these useful items.
What's the latest on pregnancy and COVID-19 risk? Is facial paralysis a concern post-vaccination? Here's what we know now.
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.