The Difference Between Stress And Burnout (And How To Tell Which You Have)

You’ve been feeling exhausted, depleted and disengaged from work for a while now. Is it job stress? Or is it burnout? The terms “stress” and “burnout” are sometimes used interchangeably. They exist... Read more »

ASMR Is Overwhelmingly White. Here Are Some Black Artists To Watch.

Ah, the world of ASMR: Whispers. Mic scratches. Crackles. Tingles. … And a whole lot of white people. ASMR stands for autonomous sensory meridian response, a tingling sensation that occurs when some... Read more »

Here’s What To Do If Someone Sneezes Or Coughs Near You

Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, offered a sobering warning earlier this month as the weather in the United States begins to cool and flu season is looming: Americans need... Read more »

Here’s What You Need To Know About ‘Silent’ COVID-19

One in five people could be walking around with “silent” COVID-19, according to a study published in the journal Thorax, leading researchers to suggest these people may act as an important driver... Read more »

Is It OK To Record Your Therapy Sessions?

People who go to therapy have a variety of methods for processing and implementing the lessons they learn from their discussions with mental health professionals. One approach that has gained traction is... Read more »

What Socializing Will Be Like This Fall And Winter During COVID-19

The spring and summer months made it easy — whatever “easy” means during a global pandemic — to have relatively safe social gatherings outdoors, where the coronavirus does not spread as easily.... Read more »

LifetoGo and Mark Wahlberg Join Forces To Donate 1.3 Million Face Masks to Schools

Wearing a face mask is one of the best ways to protect our community from the Covid-19 pandemic. This is especially critical for the health and well-being of the teachers, staff and... Read more »

We’ll Be Wearing Face Masks Far Into 2021, Even With A COVID-19 Vaccine

Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, confirmed what the science has been telling us all along about the effectiveness of face masks — that they’re currently our... Read more »

Why East Asians Were Wearing Masks Long Before COVID-19

Growing up in South Korea, Jamie Cho knew from childhood that if she got sick, she had to put a face mask on, even if it was just a common cold. “My... Read more »

15 Funny Tweets Every Introvert Will Appreciate

If you’re an introvert, you value your alone time. You tend to think before you speak. You’d much rather socialize one-on-one than in a group. A phone call is probably your worst... Read more »