Instead of bandaging a wound, you tend to someone’s anxiety or distress — or your own.

  • Stacey Colino
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For many, masks are the new normal. We talked to experts about how to navigate pandemic life in them.

Sitting on this unstable surface won’t strengthen your core or torch calories.

Recent research suggests that people with “Dark Triad” or antisocial personality traits appear less willing to comply with public health guidelines.

Too many people believe that what helped them lose weight is the One True Diet. That’s dangerous.

The viral videos of people using nail files on their teeth have prompted alarm from experts warning of permanent damage.

Public figures such as Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg can feel like family or friends, and it’s important to honor our heartbreak.

Instead of bandaging a wound, you tend to someone’s anxiety or distress — or your own.

  • Stacey Colino
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The data collection was described as a “national study” that “conclusively found that fitness facilities are safe and are not contributing to the spread” of the novel coronavirus.

By acknowledging grief while still functioning, leaders help others do the same.

Fewer acne flare-ups. Shinier locks. Stronger nails. This forced pause, some experts say, can come with benefits.

If you don’t know where to start, we have some tips to make it easier.

  • Jamie Friedlander
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Part 6: What is the tone of the new normal?

  • Gayle Kabaker
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We asked experts how to gracefully handle maskless strangers, unending Zoom calls and more.

Stretching is a worthy fitness activity on its own, and it improves flexibility, eases discomfort and reduces stress.

  • Elizabeth Heath
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“Mask-associated dry eye” is an emerging phenomenon, but experts say the condition is easily managed and should not be a reason to stop wearing face coverings.

Sneezing used to be a low-key sign that someone was getting sick or had allergies. In the midst of a global pandemic, the etiquette of sneezing into our elbows may no longer be enough.

It’s a scenario infectious-disease experts dread: flu arriving amid the coronavirus. But the mask-wearing and social distancing could also limit influenza.

Tips to stay fit during the pandemic, even without a coach and gym.

  • Hilary Achauer
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Rates among people under 50 have been steadily increasing in recent years, but there’s still a pervasive lack of awareness about the disease, experts say.

The New Age figure chatted with us to promote his app. But weightier matters were on his mind.

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