Nurses Are Leaving the Profession, and Replacing Them Won’t Be Easy

Nurses are physically and emotionally exhausted after working in what has been described as a "war zone" for the better part of the past year and a half

Your Wellness

Facebook Has Known for a Year and a Half That Instagram Is Bad for Teens Despite Claiming Otherwise – Here Are the Harms Researchers Have Been Documenting for Years

Studies consistently show that the more often teens use Instagram, the worse their overall well-being, self-esteem, life satisfaction, mood and body image

Your Wellness

Memory Loss After Sexual Assault Is Real

It's common for people not to remember traumatic events — but memory loss still may be used as another excuse to deny them justice

Self-Care & Mental Health

What Dr. Virginia Lindahl Wants You to Know About Suicide

Educating yourself about suicide risks and prevention could help you save someone's life

Your Wellness

Pandemic Unveils Growing Suicide Crisis for Communities of Color

Research shows that while suicide rates have dropped for white Americans in recent years, it is a growing crisis for communities of color

Self-Care & Mental Health

After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis, Strap In for a Roller-Coaster Ride of Emotions

Experts share how to cope with these intense and scary — but totally normal — feelings

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Tips for a Safe and Healthy Return to School

As we head into another school year shaped by the pandemic, there are steps you can take to ensure your kids are physically and mentally prepared

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Think You Know What ADHD Is? Think Again.

ADHD isn't just about not being able to sit still. And it's not just a condition for little boys.

Conditions & Treatments

Why We Missed Hugs

During the pandemic, many Americans have missed the warmth of an embrace, the intimacy of a kiss or the calming feeling of holding someone's hand

Self-Care & Mental Health