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 »

This Is Your Heart on Endurance Sports

We’ve all read stories about the guy who dropped dead while running his first marathon, or the athlete who almost crossed the finish line of his triathlon—but had a heart attack instead.... Read more »

How To Create A Morning Routine That Reduces Anxiety And Stress

As a person who’s dealt with anxiety since I was a kid, I find that I’m often most anxious first thing in the morning. When I open my eyes, all of the... Read more »

The Most (And Least) Risky Activities For Spreading COVID-19

When it comes to spreading COVID-19, not all activities are created equal. That’s according to a fascinating infographic that’s been shared on social media, charting the riskiest activities that encourage the virus... Read more »