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Weigh-ins can sometimes lead to avoiding health checkups altogether. Here's how to ask your provider to skip the scale.
Cases of COVID and flu co-infections are popping up around the world. Here's what to keep in mind right now.
The stress and routine disruptions from the last few years have drastically affected our sleep. Here's how to take back some control.
If you're feeling more moody or stressed lately, you might want to examine some of these common behaviors.
After all we've been through, be kind to yourself in the new year.
Swabbing both areas when using an at-home test might give more accurate results in certain cases. Here's why and how to do it.
From Simone Biles to Megyn Kelly, these moments from the last 12 months are worth some reflection.
Turn your personal space into a relaxing spa with these expert-backed recommendations.
The rapper's lyrics about calling a suicide hotline likely saved hundreds of lives, new research shows.
Read this before you add kegel weights or any other trendy pelvic health items to your cart.
Self-care won't solve every problem, but these quick and easy activities may at least bring some happiness to your day.
The pandemic is still blurring the lines between work and life. This expert wisdom on managing the stress is worth a read.
If you ever find yourself discrediting your emotions or questioning your memories, these tips can help.
Don't believe everything advertised on supplements. There's still a lot of mystery surrounding how our gut affects our body and brain.
The Peloton instructor shares go-to moves and products for when her life is chaotic and she wants to prioritize mental and physical health.
Data shows social media can negatively impact well-being, but this activity is helping users turn their feeds into something meaningful.
"Emily in Paris" returns to Netflix this week, which means plenty of us will be hate-streaming. There's a sociological and psychological reason we do it.
Avoiding crucial topics until the end of a session is understandable, but not the most beneficial. Here’s what therapists recommend.
If you're vaccinated and responsible but got a breakthrough infection thanks to the omicron variant, this is for you.
If you don't have the bandwidth to aim big, that's OK: Drinking more water and flossing daily are valid goals.