Health and Wellness

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The Most Common Spring Allergy Symptoms

Red itchy eyes, a runny nose, and sneezing galore — if that sounds like you, you’re likely in the midst of an allergy attack. That’s because while springtime means pretty blooming trees and the return of warm weather, it also brings seasonal allergies along for the ride. Not sure if you’ve got ‘em, or wondering how to […]

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Experts Explain Why You Feel Constantly Exhausted

A day probably doesn’t go by when you don’t feel at least a little bit tired at some point, and that’s normal. Nevertheless, if you feel like you’re constantly asking yourself “Why am I always tired?” despite doing your best to get a good night’s sleep, you’re not alone: Between 30 and 40% of adults and teens experience some form of sleepiness

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5 Incredible Health Benefits of Miso

When you hear the word “miso,” you’re probably most familiar with the light-yet-umami-packed soup, but this Asian ingredient actually does much more than prime your palate for a sushi feast. “Miso is a fermented condiment that is an integral part of Asian cooking, and since it’s a fermented food made from soybeans, it contains probiotics that support

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What Is Bee Venom Therapy?

Everyone is buzzing about Netflix’s latest journey into the wellness space, (Un)Well, a short docuseries that comes on heels of this year’s The Goop Lab and follows in the footsteps of popular shows like What the Health. (Un)Well has attracted a bit of heat for featuring somewhat controversial products and topics, but the series owns the fact that it’s looking at new

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urinary incontinence

The Truth About Women and Incontinence

If you’ve ever experienced incontinence, a.k.a. peeing a little when you don’t want to, it may have caught you by surprise—especially if you’re on the younger side. Many people think incontinence only happens to older women, but it turns out that’s a myth. Yes, it’s more common as you get older (thanks, menopause!), but it

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5:2 Diet

Everything You Need to Know About the 5:2 Diet

File under trends that won’t go away: the 5:2 diet, a type of intermittent fasting made popular by British broadcaster Michael Mosley and late-night host Jimmy Kimmel. Proponents claim it can decrease risk of chronic disease and promote weight loss. Plus, a few studies have even linked fasting to longevity. While the 5:2 diet may work for some people,

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Zoom Fatigue Is Real — Here’s How to Deal With It

You’ve probably lost count of how many Zoom conferences and video chats you’ve had since the pandemic began. Since a return to the office (or back to campus) seems up in the air, though, it’s clear that video chats have become part of our new normal. There are so many opportunities for you to use Zoom: At work

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Depression

How to Cope With Depression During Coronavirus

More people than ever are experiencing feelings of anxiety, isolation, and fear during the novel coronavirus pandemic — and there has been an onslaught of data-based evidence that suggests Americans may be more likely then to develop depression. A landmark study completed by the U.S. Census Bureau and five different federal agencies found that a third of

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