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Here's what experts think about the sound and its potential benefits for people who have insomnia or sleep troubles.
From intentionally setting a plan to listening to your body's needs, here's how to maximize your 5-to-9 after working 9-to-5.
Struggling to get proper rest? These simple tricks will help you drift off to dreamland in no time.
It's easy to lose focus at your desk. These simple habits can help you get back on track and tackle your to-do list.
You may already have had the flu this season prior to getting the vaccine. Should you still get the jab?
Even with no sunlight for parts of the year, people in Finland thrive when it comes to their life satisfaction.
Cats go to the vet less than half as often as dogs, even though they require routine medical care. Here's why it's important to go.
If you share a bed, this simple swap might just improve your shut-eye — and your relationship.
Experts share ways to ensure your week gets off to a great start.
It can be hard to know if you’re putting others at risk, but there are rules you can follow to help protect those around you.
Experts weigh in on the potential benefits of this type of hydrotherapy.
You can't expect to be in a good mood all the time, but there are things you can do to feel better when you're down.
Kids as young as 13 can have bariatric surgery, altering the ways their body responds to alcohol well before they’ve ever had a drink.
‘Never-Coviders' share what their social lives are like and how they feel about having dodged COVID this far.
Etiquette experts share the faux pas to avoid in these workout settings.
Read this before you load up on supplements like vitamin C and vitamin D when you're sick.
Experts share their thoughts — and a warning — on the concept that the third Monday in January is the worst for people's mental health.
Experts have a few theories on why some people may be getting false negatives when they believe they have COVID.