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Does in-person versus online connection make a difference?
Yes, women can be abusers too.
According to Georgia Ede, M.D.
Dementia, in its various forms, affects an estimated 5 million (and growing) people over 65 in the United States.
Another study proves the link between gut and brain health.
Doomscrolling, also called doomsurfing, was recently placed on Merriam-Webster's "Words We're Watching" list.
As we all know, there's a lot happening these days that could be making you feel upset, scared, and hopeless.
There's a reason we call them "comfort" foods.
Mental health is as important as ever.
Lots of things could be at play, from your current relationships to your genetics.
It's been a rough week. Make sure you're taking care of yourself.
Understanding how you respond to crises can help you overcome them.
The American Heart Association just published some fascinating research.
These natural remedies may help.
How yoga can improve feelings of anxiety and depression.
We need to prepare now for what's to come.
Here's how to add it to your holistic arsenal.
Finding time for sleep is vital for you and your baby.
We need to find ways to soothe ourselves.
A panic attack can be rather debilitating—it certainly was for this five-time NBA all-star.