If reading bad news gives you a rush, you may be doomscrolling. Psychologists explain why people do it and how bad it can be.
Talking to kids about food and weight can be tricky for many parents. Avoid these common phrases that may trigger disordered eating.
Social media is glorious fun and a colossal time-suck, not to mention pretty darn addictive. Here's what happens when you pull the plug, even for a short hiatus.
Booze is not the only way to relieve that pandemic stress. We give you no-alcohol alternatives – and some can even give you a buzz!
Even people with the purest intentions can really make a mess when they try to help – here's what to avoid, and what to say to someone with anxiety, instead.
While your smartphone's constant updates could trigger anxiety, you can also have a fear of losing or forgetting your phone too. Here are the signs you may have nomophobia, or a no-mobile-phone phobia.