Do You Still Need to Tell People When You Have COVID?

Three years into the pandemic, a new wave of infections is spiking, and you do still need to tell your friends if you get Covid. Here's when to share and who to tell...

Is Titanium Dioxide Toxic? (And Why Is It in Your Food at All?)

This white pigment is used in many products, from paint to toothpaste - and it's also widely used in food, which may have you wondering about the safety of what you’re eating.

Feeling the Post-Vacation Blues? Here’s What You Can Do to Boost Your Mood

Post-vacation depression often sets in as you anticipate going back to your routine and the stresses of daily life

So, When Are We Getting Another COVID Booster?

You may be wondering if you need another booster shot to maintain a higher level of protection from the virus.

Back, Side, or Stomach… What’s the Best Position for Sleep?

Everyone has their preferences for what’s most comfortable—but which position is really best? The answer depends on a few factors...

What Businesses Need to Know About Mental Health in a Virtual World

Employers can make a difference now and in the future by providing their staff the health benefits they need and want – including telebehavioral health.

Monkeypox: What It Is and What You Should Know

It is important to recognize the symptoms of monkeypox, so you can get care as soon as possible if you suspect that you have been exposed to the virus.

Understanding the Mental Health Crisis Among Teens in the U.S.

The realities of being a teenager in the United States have changed dramatically over the last several decades. Take a closer look at the mental health crisis facing America’s adolescents.

Eat Like You Live in a Blue Zone — You Might Just Live Longer

Blue Zone dieting is a way of eating that mimics the lifestyle of people within specific regions where life expectancy is much longer than the worldwide average...

Anxiety vs. Stress—Spotting the Difference

Whether you are feeling stress, anxiety, or a little of both, it’s important to develop strategies to manage your symptoms in both the short and long-term.

Tips for Avoiding Ankle Injuries

It’s essential to use an abundance of caution with any ankle injury and follow a few practices to prevent injuries in the first place.

Talking to Kids About Conflict

As a parent, it’s important to know how to talk to children about global conflict in a productive and sensitive way. Here are some tips to help you guide the conversation.

Prolonged Grief Disorder: Breaking Down the Pathology of Grief

If you or a loved one is showing the signs of prolonged grief disorder, you may need help outside of your normal support system of friends and family...

Is It OK to Fly with a Sinus Infection?

If you’re planning on air travel, you might wonder if a sinus infection will sidetrack your plans...

Do You Live in One of the Worst (or Best) Cities for Seasonal Allergies?

It’s allergy season. If sneezing, congestion, itching, and watery eyes are common for you in the springtime, you aren’t alone...

How Green Spaces Boost Mental Health and Wellness

Feeling anxious? Step outside. Being in nature has been shown to reduce stress and improve mood disorders, and there are a few reasons why...

Are You Getting Enough Sleep?

The answer is a little different for everyone, and it varies based on your age. Here’s a look at sleep recommendations for everyone from teens to seniors.

Spring Clean Your Water Sources at Home

Are you at risk for waterborne illnesses? You may not think much about the water that comes out of your tap, but here are some things to consider when it comes to germs in your home water supply.

4 Things to Know About Statins

You likely know that statins are very effective at lowering LDL or the “bad” cholesterol, but here are four more things to know about these drugs.

Feeling Anxious? Add These Foods to Your Grocery List

These four foods are particularly beneficial for reducing anxiety, so add these items to your next grocery list if you’re dealing with unchecked stress.