The holidays are the happiest time of the year for many but it can also be difficult for others. The coronavirus pandemic is adding another layer of stress.
A number of holiday traditions may be impacted due to the coronavirus pandemic. One of those traditions, NORAD's tracking of Santa Claus, will still happen with a few tweaks.
We know that exercise and movement is generally a healthy, but experts say you should use moderation, especially as it relates to those addicted to running.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released its most specific health guidelines for Thanksgiving. If you plan on traveling, there are tips to keep in mind.
Studies have shown health benefits from owning a pet, especially as it relates to stress or depression. One organization is bringing pets to long term care facilities during the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has had a huge impact on education.
We have heard a lot of warning about trick-or-treating during the pandemic. Experts offer tips on how to do it safely.
Millions of Americans have fallen into poverty this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
If you voting for the first time, be sure to fact check any research you do online.
The pandemic has created anxiety and stress for many Americans. There is growing concern after military suicides have risen dramatically since the spring.
In this age of record unemployment many head hunters say those who appear more confident are more successful. That's why they recommend a head shot.
Teachers have had to get creative to accommodate for social distancing in the classroom. One teacher is taking it to new levels.
Lindsey and Spencer Munns are parents to four little ones, ages one to six, and you'd never know it from looking at the children, but two of their four -- twins adopted at birth -- have fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD).
Lindsey and Spencer Munn are parents to four little ones, ages one to six, and you'd never know it from looking at the children, but two of their four -- twins adopted at birth -- have fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD).
As the election gets closer, many are feeling a heightened sense of anxiety, but there are ways to reduce stress disorders.
The National Eating Disorder Association reports more calls during the pandemic from people expressing worries about health and diet. People are urged to monitor eating habits and look for light exercise.
As parents send their kids back to the classroom, there is growing concern over school bus safety.
Children with COVID-19 can carry much longer than suspected. Asymptomatic kids can carry the virus in their bodies for up to two weeks.
Keeping kids healthy as they return to class is a top priority for families.
Americans are getting smarter with their money but there are also signs that many people are struggling with mental and physical health.