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There's more stress and yelling at home, but still lots of love being shared.
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Even before any signs of symptoms appear
In the age of TV marathons, sticking to a consistent bedtime can be a challenge, but new research shows it could help reduce your risk of heart problems.
For the study, the researchers assessed the link between a regular bedtime and resting heart rate, and found that people who went to bed later or earlier than normal had a higher rest...
Women who develop mental health problems after delivering their first child are much less likely to have more, a Danish study finds.
But this is not the case among women whose first child died.
For the study, researchers analyzed data on more than 414,000 women in Denmark who had a first live birth between 1997 and 2015. Abou...
The COVID-19 pandemic has added to already high stress levels in emergency rooms, a social psychologist says.
"ER providers are on the front line of this pandemic, and stress, anxiety and anger are increasing," said Linda Isbell, a professor of psychology at University of Massachusetts Amherst.
"As we all face anxiety about...
Even as government officials warn us to "stay home, stay safe" during the coronavirus pandemic, people are flocking to parks, trails and sidewalks to walk and bike away their cabin fever.
That might seem like a total contradiction. But according to health experts, it can be a healthy choice – as long as you exercise caution whil...
As the number of coronavirus cases worldwide swept past 1 million and the United States saw its death count rise beyond 6,200 on Friday, the Trump administration said it will announce new guidance that urges many Americans to wear face coverings to curb the spread of COVID-19.
The recommendation is believed to apply only to those who l...
- Robin Foster and E.J. Mundell
- April 3, 2020
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The Trump Administration is expected to announce guidelines that will recommend many Americans wear face masks when out in public, to curb transmission of the novel coronavirus.
The recommendation will apply to those living in hard-hit areas only, and it is not mandatory, the Associated Press reported.
Experts say ther...
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