How We Live: Wellness

Six weeks after Canadian Thanksgiving, we’re seeing more COVID-19 cases than ever before.
Here's what to know about a duel influenza and coronavirus infection, how it can affect your health and who's most at risk.
Around 83,000 people in the U.S. are hospitalized with COVID-19, according to the COVID Tracking Project.
An alarming new study shows that suicidality cuts across race, ethnicity, class, educational attainment and geography.
Small social gatherings are helping fuel the coronavirus crisis. It might be time to close up your pandemic bubble or quarantine pod.
"I know it's bad, but everyone's doing it," said one teen in a new report showing teens are turning to their phones as a "constant sedative."
A growing number of states have passed so-called "reason bans" that target a patient's motivation for seeking an abortion.
People crowded at airports are "going to get us into even more trouble than we are right now," warned Dr. Anthony Fauci.
Being thankful is difficult right now. These simple, expert-backed methods will help you find some positives.
One dosing regimen was shown to have 90% efficacy and another showed 62% efficacy.