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The condition is called buying-shopping disorder, and some experts want it recognized as a real mental illness.
One big meal won’t affect your health long-term — but excessively worrying about it might.
Experts share what's going on physically and mentally when you experience sleep deprivation.
We talked to sleep experts about how to get better shuteye, and then found gifts to help your tired friends and family members put the tips into action.
Mental health professionals share how they handle frustrating relatives, heated dinner conversations and more.
Experts share their research-backed tips for spending less time on your phone.
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Here’s what experts think about the natural cold and flu remedy, which allegedly boosts your immune system.
Experts break down what’s really happening once the virus gets into your system.
The cold and flu aren't the only culprits when it comes to a higher-than-normal temperature.
Here are the best ways to set boundaries with your relatives and protect your mental health.
A new report found that political discord and mass shootings are both significant sources of anxiety for most Americans.
"Whenever I get an Uber driver 'Known for great conversation,' my inner introvert dies a little ... "
Nix these things and get better z’s, guaranteed.
Ordering your own medical tests and at-home DNA kits can lead to its own set of problems.
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Experts explain just what's happening to you physically and mentally when you do 26.2 miles.
Mental health experts explain why those with anxiety may find comfort in scary movies.
"In yoga class I spend most of the time stressing out about having to say NAMASTE at the end."
STIs are common. Our conversations should reflect that rather than stigmatize those who have them.