The pandemic and recent wildfires have shown how unhealthy indoor air can be. But scientific and governmental inertia have slowed the necessary remedies.
We’re often told to focus on the positive. But new research shows a healthy dose of anger can be motivating.
Experts offer tips on what to do if you’re not getting the respect or compensation you deserve.
As fentanyl overdoses in public spaces spike, the lifesaving drug Narcan is being stocked by more and more bars and restaurants.
Laura Rubin, a journaling coach, believes there’s a group that is in desperate need of her services: corporate America.
A century ago, a well-ventilated building was considered good medicine. But by the time Covid-19 arrived, our buildings could barely breathe. How did that happen? And how do we let the fresh air back in?
An official in Wales was called out for knitting in a virtual meeting, setting off an debate over etiquette. Experts say the fine-motor movement activates the parts of the brain used for focus.
Leaving a job can create worry in anyone, but especially in people who are prone to anxiety. Preparation and knowing you’re not alone can help.
The pandemic has pushed already stressed nurses away from a demanding field. Does the job need to be rethought?
Taking a few minutes to do a puzzle — or stare into space — can allow you return to work sharper and more creative.