What We Know About Grief 20 Years After 9/11—And How It's Helping Us Cope With Loss From COVID-19
How can we begin to process the losses from the pandemic, which has pushed so many people into mourning and affected our mental and physical health? Insight learned from our collective grief two decades ago shows the way toward healing.
What Is the Dark Triad, and Why Are People With These Personality Traits So Dangerous? Here's What Experts Say
Dark triad individuals are manipulative, entitled, and lack empathy.
How 5 Women Suffering Dangerous Health Symptoms Finally Got Their Doctors to Take Them Seriously
"Get over it," "give it time," "women start to get this way at a certain age" are some of the responses these women heard from doctors when they sought medical help. It's a troubling dismissal that many women, especially from marginalized communities, can relate to.
Meghan McKee knew she had a hole in her heart that could lead to a brain attack. Teaching her boyfriend, now husband, to recognize the signs of stroke proved to be a lifesaving move.
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The symptoms of anxiety can be hard to detect. Here are the ones you need to pay attention to, and how to know if you may have an anxiety disorder.