Autistic people didn’t always have a platform or readily available community. Now, they’re using TikTok to make connections and teach others about neurodiverse communities.
People Are Telling Parents To Breastfeed In Response To A Formula Shortage, But That’s Not How Boobs Work
There’s a severe nationwide shortage in infant formula right now and people are shaming parents online for not breastfeeding because everything is terrible and many don’t know how lactation works.
People who want tubal ligations often face serious obstacles, and it's been a persistent problem even in post-Roe America.
Long COVID can be debilitating and occurs in up to 30% of people who have had the coronavirus, but the people experiencing it often find that doctors dismiss, ignore, or downplay their unusual symptoms.
The pandemic may have transformed your commute to work or abolished it. If you’re back at it, here’s how commuting can affect your health, in good and bad ways.
Viral Videos Of Airline Passengers Cheering The End Of Mask Mandates Don’t Show How Some People Were Suddenly Very Nervous
“It really shows how society looks at our most vulnerable.”
Amy Schumer Opened Up About Having Trichotillomania. Here’s What People With The Condition Think About That.
Amy Schumer revealed she’s been dealing with trichotillomania for years. Here’s what to know about the hair-pulling disorder and why Schumer’s transparency matters.
Long COVID can affect anyone, even the young and healthy. If you can relate, we want to learn more about your story.
“I know everybody wants great news, that we can be done with COVID and everything’s gonna be fine, but that’s not really true.”
Abusive and manipulative relationships, like those featured in Netflix’s Bad Vegan and The Tinder Swindler, can trap even the most smart and capable people. We asked experts to help us understand how that can happen.
Now that months have passed since getting boosted against COVID, you may be wondering if the shot is still protecting you. Here’s everything experts do — and don’t — know.
Many people with alopecia felt that Chris Rock’s joke at the Oscars was insensitive, to say the least, but others feel like it might lead to more awareness of the autoimmune condition.
COVID vaccines still aren’t available for babies and toddlers, leaving many caregivers feeling abandoned, lost, misled, and angry as hell.
Meditation doesn’t always come naturally, but with a little practice it can help calm your mind and lead to better sleep at night.
Here’s how orgasms can influence the quality of your shut-eye — and vice versa.
Some popular apps like TikTok and Instagram offer “digital well-being” settings to keep you from doomscrolling past bedtime. But do they really help you put your phone down and get some sleep?
Our circadian rhythms, or body clocks, are in for a rude awakening as we “spring forward” an hour at the start of daylight saving time. Here’s what to know about how the time shift affects your health.
Music can be a helpful tool to improve your sleep. Here’s why it works and what to know about music therapists who can help you get better sleep.
People are moving away from gas stoves because of the impact on the environment, but they also aren’t risk-free when it comes to your health. Here’s what experts recommend.
Parents and caregivers found out last week that vaccines for babies and toddlers won’t be available for at least a couple more months. Fill out this form to tell us how that’s affecting your daily life.