Experts say it's important to periodically reassess our friendships, because they can affect our physical and psychological health.

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Technology can help seniors connect in real life, through video chatting and in virtual reality

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend that children get inoculated to prevent covid-19, which has killed an estimated 300 to 600 children in the United States.

Remedies for snoring include lifestyle changes, over the counter products and, as a last resort, surgery.


Fans of the toilet attachment can't imagine life without it, and medical experts agree it's good hygiene, but there are pros and cons to consider.

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The endless brain game of assessing infection risks to ourselves and others could be here to stay.

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There's plenty of advice for dealing with the death of loved ones during the holidays, but not for dealing with those who are estranged from us. Experts offer some suggestions for easing this pain.

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Fruit juice is considered healthier than soda, but with all that sugar, it's debatable. So we dig in to find the answer.

Experts say it's important to periodically reassess our friendships, because they can affect our physical and psychological health.

  • Stacey Colino
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And what to do if you and your partner don’t agree.

Julia Hawkins, who recently set a new record as the oldest woman to run the 100 meters in official competition, explains how she's kept running at age 105.

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Experts say their messaging strategy has changed, with greater reliance on the voices of real people describing their experiences with covid

My friend hasn't texted me back. Does she hate me?

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Sucking in your stomach and keeping your abdominal muscles too tense as you go about your day may seem innocuous, but experts say it’s a pervasive habit that can have physical and mental consequences over time.

Virtual reality is more accessible than ever, and its potential health benefits are clear.

Holding your urine, going too often or hovering over the toilet may seem like “innocuous little things,” experts say, but in the long term those habits could lead to a host of urinary, bladder and pelvic floor problems.

For those with a fraught relationship with food, holiday meals can be extra stressful. Arm yourself with strategies for what to do and what to say.

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Drinking fluids when you are ill will keep you hydrated, which will help your body fight the illness and make you feel better.

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While the position you fall asleep in is just one piece of the sleep hygiene puzzle, experts said it can be key to getting quality rest.

Ideas for thoughtful self-care gifts to pamper someone this holiday season.

Efforts to administer the vaccines are expected to be up and fully running by Monday.

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