Some caregivers are dealing with changes at home; others are unable to see their family members.

  • Cara Rosenbloom
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There is little research about homemade masks, and some researchers think they give wearers a false sense of security.

  • Sindya Bhanoo
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Humans have evolved to be “prosocial.”

  • Galadriel Watson
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Some caregivers are dealing with changes at home; others are unable to see their family members.

  • Cara Rosenbloom
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While physically isolating, some Americans are exercising more, cooking more and getting outdoors more. A family physician wonders whether this could lead to a healthier future.

  • Daphne Miller
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By this point in the coronavirus pandemic, most of us know how to properly wash our hands, but we may be less clear about how to sanitize the various surfaces in our home.

Maintaining social ties is key to communities surviving and recovering from crises, research shows.

  • Rebecca Gale
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While teams may have to take a “covid-19 offseason,” running, biking and tennis may be okay, with precautions.

  • Matt Fuchs
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Take part in yoga, high-intensity interval training, kickboxing and more.

As coronavirus cases in elder-care facilities surge, relatives are moving seniors home or discontinuing home health services. They are taking on difficult and unaccustomed roles.

  • Sindya Bhanoo
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In a time of increased anxiety and disrupted schedules, it's tempting to turn to food for comfort. Here's how experts say we can battle our instincts and make choices that strengthen our bodies.

Start a walking or running program, stream instruction or hoist gallon jugs of water.

  • Pam Moore
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Employees with accommodations are offering tips for working at home, avoiding isolation and more.

  • Chelsea Cirruzzo
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  • Perspective

Accept negative emotions, create new routines, be kind to yourself, and see opportunities for connection and reflection.

  • Jelena Kecmanovic
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Foam rolling helps ease the ache of sitting in chairs designed for 5-year-olds.

Machines in public restrooms can blow bacteria onto hands.

  • Rebecca Gale
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The beauty industry focuses on prevention as it braces for coronavirus impact.

  • Jenna Birch
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After a backlash to open offices, “flexible” spaces are trying to improve worker wellness.

The term “clean” differs from “natural” in marketers’ minds, but there’s no regulatory definition.

As allergy season starts, it’s important not to overwhelm the health care system with visits, experts say.

  • Sindya Bhanoo
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  • Perspective

Far-fetched claims can pose danger to health.

  • Cara Rosenbloom
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