How We Live: Wellness

Experts say lying is developmentally normal and offer advice on how to handle the situation.
Experts say there are many reasons why you should turn on your favorite playlist the next time you exercise.
These days, you're more likely to hear the term ADHD than ADD when talking about the health condition. Experts explain why.
"I laughed involuntarily. His comment was so absurd and insulting that I felt my brain separate from my body, like I wasn’t there."
Seasonal affective disorder isn't the winter blues. Here's how it feels navigating the condition every year, according to people who have it.
Dopamine is attributed to helping you feel happier — and some daily tasks help you experience it.
People Are Sharing Common Misconceptions About Their Mental Illness
If you're a quiet type, these scenarios may sound familiar. Here's what mental health experts tell their clients who are dealing with them.
The term “caregiver” is evolving. Learn more about being a care partner.
PAID FOR BY BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM AND LILLY
Depression and anxiety have been increasing at a staggering rate among Black students. It's time to examine the systems that are holding us back from sound health.