How We Live: Wellness

The senator and presidential contender said she’s “open to improving” the legislation after she received widespread criticism.
Gov. Matt Bevin thinks the government shouldn't mandate vaccines because "This is America."
It's expensive, but it could treat severe PPD in two days.
Advocates say several medical conditions that disproportionately affect black residents aren’t included on the lists approved for prescribing CBD oil.
Experts explain the disorders and conditions that compel people to fabricate a serious illness.
The "Killing Eve" star says she's found the freedom to be herself as she gets older.
To be the happiest country, having the top economic growth isn't necessarily the answer. Are you listening, U.S.?
The 60-hour brexanolone infusion treatment is expected to be available starting in June.
Your unproductive behavior could be due to environmental factors and workspace design choices.
Donald Trump took to Twitter after Kellyanne Conway’s husband, George, questioned the president’s mental health.
The B.A.R.K. program at the University of British Columbia features 60 dogs of mixed breeds, some of them from high-kill shelters in the U.S.
I started researching phrases like, “sex in your 40s,” “pissed at my family all the time,” and “left boob pain; am I dying?”
It's a progressive disease, which means that it gets worse over time.
Experts share what might behind those recurring yeast infections and what to do about it.
Studies show how ads can trigger the reward center of the brain, and it starts during childhood.
The judge's ruling came hours after the controversial bill was signed into law by Republican Gov. Matt Bevin.
Self-care is more than spa treatments and bubble baths. We discuss what self-care means today and what women do to take care of themselves.
Text therapy, an increasingly popular way to communicate with therapists, has both benefits and disadvantages.
Experts explain how the pressure of success can possibly alter kids' well-being for the rest of their lives.
Grief and anxiety are totally normal reactions, even if you weren't there.