From #RedNoseDay on NBC to Mental Health Awareness Month, and even some bridal advice, the stars are using their platforms to give back!
PEOPLE, along with suicide prevention advocate Talinda Bennington and news anchor Christine Devine were honored The 24th annual Erasing the Stigma award ceremony had to be held virtually this year due to the new coronavirus, but the focus — on normalizing mental health and suicide prevention — is just as vital as ever. This year, Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services, a nonprofit providing mental
It’s part science, part art, part just take a nap if you want to. I wish I could tell you that there’s always just one right answer to that age-old dilemma “I’m feeling tired and I only have enough time for more sleep or a workout, not both.” Here’s the thing. It really does kind of depend. I know that
She thinks she got it from community spread—but her medical knowledge helped her recognize when her symptoms were getting bad. In our new series What It’s Like, we speak with people from a wide range of backgrounds about how their lives have changed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this installment, we hear from a nurse, E.W., who is currently
We got you. I’ve never been someone who likes to exercise at home. I like the accountability of training with other people, the adrenaline-pumping vibe of a fitness class packed with people I can silently compete with, and the focus that comes with putting your phone in a locker and just tuning into your body for the next hour. But