What to Know About Multiple Myeloma
When you get a diagnosis of multiple myeloma, you may not even know what it is. Find out why this type of cancer is different from most others and what your treatment options look like.
Meatpacking Plants Accounted for 334 000 US COVID Cases
A new study finds the economic toll stemming from those cases is $11.2 billion.
Mental Toughness for Runners What to Think About When Running
Build mental toughness for long-distance running and learn what to think about when running to develop a running mindset.
CPSC Warns Against Using Peloton Treadmill After Childs Death
Users with small children and pets should stop using Peloton Tread+ exercise machines immediately, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
Getting Support for Multiple Myeloma
People who have multiple myeloma often need emotional and psychological support. You can get this from social workers, psychologists, support groups, and peer counselors.
What to Do if You’re Co-Parenting With a Narcissist
What can you do if your partner or ex-partner is narcissistic? Find out how to tell if someone is a narcissist, what to do, what not to do, and how to protect your child.
Effect of Spanking on Kids Brains Similar to Abuse
A new study provides another reason to avoid corporal punishment: Spanking may cause changes in the same areas of a child’s brain affected by more severe physical and sexual abuse.
Are You Eating Foods That Harm Your Microbiome
People who eat plenty of vegetables, fish and fiber may have more inflammation-fighting bacteria in their guts.
Narcissists What to Do if Your Mother Is a Narcissist
Learn how to tell if your mother is a narcissist, what to do, and what not to do.
Understanding Post-college Depression
Is it normal to feel lonely after college? Find out why post-college depression happens to many graduates and what you can do about it.