Challenges related to COVID-19 are pushing U.S. health spending to new heights. Researchers ranked states according to state and local health care spending per capita.
The currently sold out tan-colored masks are not actually edible. There's a large warning on the packaging that says "do not eat bologna masks."
When you write a letter to someone you don’t know you write “To Whom It May Concern”, be careful, you might be doing it wrong. Buzz60’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
If you’ve recovered from COVID-19, follow these expert tips on how to resume your exercise regime. Buzz60’s Chloe Hurst has the story.
For those packing up and moving their belongings to a new home or apartment, PennyGem’s Justin Kircher has some signs to look out for if you’re using movers.
PennyGem’s Chloe Hurst gives you tips to mitigate your financial anxiety by reframing your relationship to money.
Calling omicron a “milder” COVID can be really misleading as the definition of “mild” isn’t set in stone. Veuer’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
Think, plan and execute your career switch with these expert tips. Veuer’s Chloe Hurst has the story.
People who use e-cigarettes and test positive for COVID-19 have a higher frequency of experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, research has found.
Sugar gets a bad rap, but exactly which sugar is meant? Nutrient-dense sweet ripe fruits are a far cry from refined table sugar.
PennyGem’s Chloe Hurst explains how to cut the cost of care ahead of time if you are diagnosed with some common aging ailments.
If you’re in a position to give, PennyGem’s Justin Kircher has some ways you can maximize your donation.
PennyGem’s Elizabeth Keatinge tells us why lattes can be a part of a reasonable monthly budget.
Ditch fast fashion by choosing clothing that will outlast temporary trends. Veuer’s Chloe Hurst leads the way.
Snow shoveling can be a rigorous aerobic activity that significantly stresses the back. Here are a few tips and techniques to avoid serious injury.
If not handled correctly, to-do lists can turn into failure lists, which actually decreases productivity and morale.
Children fed diets high in added sugars are more likely than kids with lower sugar intakes to have many negative health consequences as they develop.
A healthy diet can include some candy. But if you eat too much, it can interfere with your appetite for the stuff your body actually needs.
Here are five things to think about before you retire, how chocolate can become part of a healthy diet, and more videos to improve your life.
Tracking your health history can feel overwhelming. Here are 10 reasons you might want to do it anyway.
Here are 25 ways to stay warm this winter — with or without indoor heating — that won't break the bank.
Powerful winter storm prepares to bring rain, snow, and ice to much of the East. Snow and ice can potentially reach southern cities like Atlanta. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has your MLK holiday weekend forecast.
Guava Health draws on numerous public health sources to examine the many upsides to tracking your health care and history over time.
Thanks to the pandemic, a trip to the grocery store could be getting more expensive in 2022. These six staple foods are expected to see a price hike.
There are a lot of side hustles out there that will align with your personality, whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert. PennyGem’s Johana Restrepo has more.