When you can't dedicate as much time to training as you might like, here's how to keep your priorities straight—without feeling guilty.
Taji gets his teeth whitened at a poorly reviewed orthodontist's office.
If you can't go see your family or play charades with your friends, why not smash some decorative gourds in the street with a bat?
There will come a season where all of our favorite things are possible again. Strongly consider that this isn’t the one.
While staying with your folks from Thanksgiving through the end of the year might make logistical sense, it's a whole other story emotionally.
Advice from dentists (and therapists) about grinding, gritting, and other mouth problems that are on the rise in an already bad time.
If you take precautions, and if COVID rates are low where you live, a *very* small get-together with your chosen family might be possible.
Resistance band workouts for people stuck at home have exploded in popularity in the last few months. Here's how to put them to the best use.
Poland has outlawed the most common of few existing grounds for legal termination in the staunchly Catholic country.
They're asking the FDA to declare the pill used in about 40% of abortions an “imminent hazard to public health.”
Coronavirus has upended the intimate work of Socorristas en Red, a collective of volunteers who help women get abortions. But it hasn't changed their ultimate goal: a dramatic cultural shift in how Argentina treats women seeking to end their pregnancies.
Are you being a good citizen by getting tested regularly, or being overcautious and gumming up the works?
The Supreme Court is set to hear yet another challenge to the Affordable Care Act on November 10, just one week after the presidential election on November 3
At Arizona State, finals week was suddenly moved up, giving students almost no time to study and cramming multiple exams into one day.