How We Live: Wellness

With 76,195 new COVID cases on Thursday, the U.S. approached its one-day record high of 77,299 cases set on July 16.
A changing relationship to food in social isolation shouldn't be ignored.
Doctors and nurses in Idaho have asked officials for help, only to be met with reluctance or even open skepticism.
COVID-19 burnout is sapping our energy, making it difficult to nurture all but a few relationships in our lives.
Yes, most kids are resilient and will come out of this just fine. But experts warn about a smaller subset who are battling significant traumatic stress.
Kids of all ages continue to slip into old behaviors as the coronavirus pandemic slogs on. Here's what parents need to know.
At least two-thirds of the deaths were due to COVID-19, the CDC reported.
Women and those who experienced multiple coronavirus symptoms are among the most vulnerable groups.
"Online introverts have been awfully quiet ever since they won the war on parties."
To keep things healthy, eat the peel, skip the juice and invest in a dedicated brush for scrubbing.