Wellness

Yes, working out can improve mental health, but what about when fitness is causing the stress? Here's some advice.
One in five people feel hopeless because of the pandemic, new figures show. Don’t keep it to yourself.
Being fat, getting fat, staying fat: These are things that have no inherent moral value.
Heat and humidity create a hospitable environment for fungal infections. Here's what to do if you have skin irritation.
There’s an “invisible group of patients” in danger of falling between the cracks in the pandemic.
Racism, injustice and brutality — experienced directly and indirectly — can have a lasting effect on a person's mental health.
Confusion, embarrassment, discomfort. Psychologists tell HuffPost UK what may stop people wearing a mask.
Some people seem to confuse lower COVID-19 risk with no risk. But the outdoors aren't magic, and you should still take precautions.
Sharon Johal praised Melissa for speaking about her experiences to help "break down the stigma" about mental health that's often amongst Asian families.
What you should know about the risks involved with letting guests use your toilet in the time of coronavirus.