Whether it’s your first child to leave or the last one, things will definitely be different around the house once they are gone.
Does work add meaning to your life or are you counting the months till you retire? A new study suggests that working an extra year or two may be good for your health. But there are three questions to ask yourself first.
Talk with your healthcare provider about what you should do, based on your unique medical history.
Knowing the facts about bullying is the first step toward preventing victimization of children and teens with epilepsy or other medical conditions, and keeping them safe.
Most people with MS are able to manage their symptoms and live a normal life, but early detection is key to getting the disease under control.
Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps is the most decorated Olympic athlete ever. But this week, people were chattering about more than his butterfly stroke. They were commenting on his game face.
ADHD isn’t always diagnosed in childhood. Adults with ADHD may be disorganized or always late and may have depression or anxiety disorders.
Is social media dragging you down? A clinical psychologist offers insight into why social media can hurt your mental health and how you can minimize the impact.
If you’re up to 1,000 when counting sheep at night, you’ve probably got insomnia. Find out how well melatonin supplements work in helping you fall asleep and stay asleep.
You know sleep deprivation can affect both your body and your mind, but it can be a challenge to remedy. Find expert tips on getting some solid shut-eye.