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A new report highlights just how urgent the problem is and what needs to be done.
Experts weigh in after a recent episode of "The Kardashians" implied in vitro fertilization medication could lead to menopause.
Here's what experts know about how well the antiviral works if you have little to no COVID symptoms.
Don't ignore these red flags. Here's what to look for and how to do self-checks.
COVID isn't going away. Here's what to consider if you're hosting a wedding, big birthday party or any other large gathering.
You're not alone if the last two years feels like a black hole. Here's why, plus how you can make it more "normal" now.
External hemorrhaging is the leading cause of preventable death before people get to a hospital. Knowing how to apply pressure and use a tourniquet are lifesaving skills.
Some people with omicron or its subvariants aren't testing positive right away, even with symptoms. Here are few theories why.
If you have a knee injury, muscle aches, cracking, popping or other issues, you need this advice.
Read this before you shed your face covering on your next flight.
Many bodily functions interact with your gut. Here are some hidden issues and what to do if they show up for you.
Experts share tips on packing and other important points to keep in mind so you can actually enjoy your trip.
Dropping mask mandates doesn't just affect a person's COVID risk. Some also have also relied on face coverings for their mental health.
COVID test kits have a limited shelf life. What happens if you use one past its date? Here's what to know before you swab.
How long do antibodies last with an additional dose? Should you time the shot to COVID waves or social plans? Here's what to know.
New strains of the virus will likely keep emerging. This is what you should keep in mind when they do.
From monoclonal antibodies to antivirals, this guide has everything you need to know about addressing an infection.
If you're a "gray area" drinker or just rethinking your pandemic habits, here are some questions to keep in mind.
A cold, the flu or any virus can leave you sniffling long after the illness has run its course. This advice can help you get relief.
Bruce Willis is "stepping away from acting" because of the health condition. Here's what causes it and how it affects people.