Is it safe to dine out? Visit a splash pad? Stay in a hotel? Here's a list of some popular summer activities and the level of risk tied to each of them during the COVID-19 pandemic.
While each of our lives has been impacted by COVID-19, returning to work may cause a range of challenges, reactions and emotions. This is new territory for all of us, and we need to have patience with ourselves and others.
As business begin reopening and COVID-19 restrictions relax, it's more important than ever to continue wearing masks, washing your hands and practicing social distancing.
Crazy dreams? Moodiness? Difficulty remembering things? You may need to start making your mental health more of a priority during this pandemic.
"Quarantine fatigue," in which people have been slipping back into pre-pandemic social habits, stems from the emotional exhaustion they're experiencing.
Even if you don’t have a name for it, you may have experienced what some are calling “Zoom fatigue” or “Zoom gloom.” Yes, it’s a real thing, and here’s what you should know about it.
As you stay the course and keep social distancing, look for creative ways you can boost your mood at home. Don’t know where to start? Get inspired with these 15 ways to have fun and keep your spirits up.
Most people don’t think of gardening as exercise. But believe it or not, gardening provides an excellent opportunity for strength and cardio training.
As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, people around the world are having deep feelings that may be new to them. While these feelings may be disruptive, they’re normal. And for many people, there are effective ways to push back.
Water and calories matter when you're sick, especially when it comes to COVID-19. Here are some tips to help expedite recovery and maintain your strength.