With plans still being thrown off-course, many people are opting out of setting new goals or making more sacrifices.
More than 257,000 Americans have died during the pandemic, and their losses are sure to be felt acutely right now, as their survivors prepare to face the first holiday season without them.
The first openly LGBTQ woman to compete in Miss USA gets candid about overcoming her mental health struggles.
The American Academy of Pediatrics is now calling on officials to “immediately” enact a new national strategy to reduce the spread of COVID-19, including mask-wearing mandates and physical distancing.
"You'll know if you have mask mouth if you see that your gums are bleeding, your mouth is excessively dry, if you are noticing that your teeth are very stained," Gerry Curatola explains to Yahoo Life.
"Research shows that even gentle touch from a stranger can make us feel more connected to the world around you," Dr, Jen Hartstein tells Yahoo Life.
Three in four pregnant women or those who have recently given birth have suffered with anxiety during the pandemic.
The Grammy award-winning singer shared the empowering message with her 7.8 million followers on the app.
A writer shares helpful ways to take advantage of self-isolation after becoming homebound four years ago due to a genetic disease.
A Missouri woman, Texanne McBride-Teahan, faces losing her emotional support animals because they are monkeys.
"It felt wrong to me to share something that caters just to the people who enjoy aesthetically pleasing photos.”
Could fitness apps encouraging you to walk 10,000 steps be doing more harm than good? “8,000 steps down, only 2,000 to go,” people groan as they check their fitness tech over coffee, lunch, cocktails. Dr Greg Hager, a professor of computer science from Johns Hopkins University in the US, maintains ‘very few’ of the estimated 165,000 available healthcare apps are based on scientific evidence.