While social media can help people feel less alone, using it to evaluate symptoms has several downsides.
There is a name for the specific type of grief that both refugees and migrants experience. It’s called “cultural bereavement.”
From home aides to doctors, people in health care fields offered more than just medical advice for people getting through the pandemic. They offered comfort.
As Covid raged, many Americans hunkered down with family members and relied on friends — and some came away with deepened relationships. Here are a few of their stories.
Many employees reduce their hours or stop working to help ailing family members. But it may be years before they fully return to the work force, studies indicate.
As anxiety and depression soar among adolescents, researchers struggle to understand how exactly social media affects mental health.
Tell us about relationships that started during the pandemic and ones that have evolved or been shaped by the last few years.
When her ex-husband became terminally ill, she had a difficult choice to make. Over a decade later, her decision still resonates.
When she got cancer, she started joking about life without her. I was not amused.
For L.G.B.T.Q. people, the bonds between friends can be liberating and transformative. Five of these close-knit communities tell their stories.