Lifestyle Center: Websites
If you spend a lot of time on Pinterest, you're probably exposed to a lot of depressing posts about depression — and not enough helpful, hopeful po...
Many parents know just how distracting social media use can be for teens during the day. But nighttime use may carry an even heavier toll.
As more and more social interactions move online, will online sobriety support groups one day replace face-to-face meetings, too?
Many people turn to Twitter to share their thoughts on every aspect of life — from breakfast to political views to smoking habits. Positive tweets ...
Social media may not be as bad for a young woman's body image as you may expect.
You've probably done it — entered your symptoms into an online tool and anxiously checked the results. But are those results useful?
The “silver tsunami” of 80 million aging baby boomers is just around the corner, but web-based care programs may help ease the burden on their fa...
If you have chronic pain, a new online program might help.
Parents might think teens only use the Internet to goof off on Facebook, but many teens may be using the Web to stay healthy.
Most people searching for dating advice online probably know they're not exactly love doctors, but Internet searches may convince some people they're...
A mother and daughter who both live with autism have started a dating website for others who share their condition.
If you get a rash, you're probably going to it at some point — and so would many people. That's the principle behind new evidence that sugge...
Just call your digital bartender.
Facebook is in the process of adding some features that could help prevent suicides.
Finding healthy food when you go out to eat just got a little easier. A new website determines how healthy restaurants are.
A new project from University of California San Francisco researchers is sweet on sugar science, but not so sweet on added sugar.