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Experts share their advice for warding off the Monday blues.
This Black Friday, save on exercise equipment, workout machines and fitness accessories and gym clothes.
"Y’all ever turned your phone off in the middle of a call to act like your phone died. No? Just me... okay."
Small social gatherings are helping fuel the coronavirus crisis. It might be time to close up your pandemic bubble or quarantine pod.
If you're still not planning to stay home for the holiday, consider the facts of your situation.
Here's how quick and how long asymptomatic and symptomatic people with the coronavirus may spread the illness.
For those in eating disorder recovery, having someone take a bite with you and challenge your fears can be incredibly helpful.
Therapists and etiquette experts offer advice for navigating these tense conversations.
Putting up Christmas decorations before Thanksgiving is the mood booster we need this year in order to be a little happier.
Taking a coronavirus test before seeing family and friends isn't a guarantee that you won't spread the virus or get infected.
As the virus surges and we face pandemic fatigue, finding activities that put us in a state of mental "flow" may be essential for our mental health.
Experts weigh in on which holiday scenarios increase your risk of catching — or unknowingly transmitting — the coronavirus.
Here are some different reasons why this day can be particularly rough.
Experts explain what could be happening to coronavirus survivors who have reported oral symptoms such as tooth loss, discoloration and more.
If you're not in the right frame of mind to assist a loved one with their mental health, that's OK. Here's what therapists recommend.
Health pros share the holiday plans they think will be safer during the coronavirus pandemic.
A new report from the agency highlights how essential face coverings are to fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
An alarming report found some patients develop a mental illness within 90 days of getting infected. Here's what you need to know.
Preliminary data shows some people, particularly children, may have pre-existing antibodies that could help mitigate the impact of COVID-19.
Infectious disease pros share what makes them hopeful, what has them concerned and other takeaways from the coronavirus vaccine news.