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You may be tempted to talk negatively about your own body to make your friend feel better, but experts say that's a bad idea.
Sometimes well-intentioned comments make grief worse. Here's what to avoid and what to say.
There are a lot of myths around what it's like to have both mental health conditions at the same time. Let's clear some of those up.
Honestly, we could all take note from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
There are a few factors that affect whether you recall what happened in your brain during sleep.
Experts share their favorite reads that show you how to build consistent routines and stick to your goals.
Plus, it was one of Oprah’s favorite tech things for 2019.
The lifestyle brand is releasing a new series, giving its shoddy wellness claims a bigger audience than ever.
The disorder — which causes intense cramps, painful sex, fertility issues and more — can be mistaken for other problems like endometriosis.
Examining the toxic thoughts and behaviors that you should kick to the curb and advice on how to do it.
Experts share what happens mentally, physically and emotionally when you're following this eating plan.
Illustrator Sacha Mardou thought therapy was just for those with "real problems." Today, she thinks pretty much everyone should try it.
If you're going to make a resolution for the new year, it may as well be improving your mental health.
Experts share the stressful problems that affected most of their patients, from social media to politics.
"I have a phone interview today and someone told me to 'just be myself' so I’m not going to answer the call."
Examining the most prominent mental health events that went down in the last 10 years and what else needs to be done to erase stigma.
Thinking of January as the time to start a wellness goal may actually backfire in the long run.
Being sick is the worst, but this inhaler from Vicks has me breathing a little easier.
The medical field still falls short of providing proper care to transgender patients. This is especially true for OB/GYN services.
Horoscopes and tarot readings have turned into an unlikely form of therapy — and experts say they can help.