From hair care to mental health to exercising and more, here's a roundup of resources for all your quarantine self-care needs.
It's a pesky problem: As soon as you strap on your cloth face mask and head out the door, your glasses fog up. But there's a simple fix for that.
Keeping up with the little — and what some might call insignificant — details may help us emerge whole when we get to the other side of this.
The best recommendation to soothe skin and limit irritation is to consider adjusting the way you do certain tasks. For instance, wear gloves while cleaning or prepping food or washing dishes.
You don't have to change your whole routine, but there are some simple things you can do to protect yourself not only from COVID-19-related co…
There’s currently an incredible slew of free resources available, including free trials galore from fitness-app providers. Here are 10 places you can access free fitness content while you’re at home.
In this pandemic it can be even more difficult to be a caregiver, especially when your loved one has difficulty understanding some of the nece…
When simple questions become existential, like “Why does my housemate enjoy playing that song on repeat?” or “At what point do I attempt to cut my own hair?” it’s time to get it together.
Despite claims you may have seen on the Internet, there's no magic food or pill that is guaranteed to boost your immune system and protect you…
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President Donald Trump late Monday threatened to permanently pull US funding from the World Health Organization. Meanwhile, Democrats and others are reacting to the president's declaration that he's taking a disputed malaria drug to fend off the coronavirus. Get caught up on the morning's developments here.