These aren’t your generic “hope you feel better” statements, or awkward sentiments of “call me if you need me.” These are phrases that will open a line of communication, and even jumpstart actions that will make a lasting positive impact on the health and life of your loved one.
Ways young women interact with images of others online often have a negative effect on their feelings about themselves and their bodies, according to a study.
Social media accounts run by internet robots — “bots” — may be behind much of the discussion on Twitter about the health effects of vaping.
Apps like Instagram, Snapchat, and Facetune give editing features once available only to celebrities to the common man (or woman), changing beauty standards.
Love the flavor of coffee but struggle with acid reflux after a hot cup? These hacks can help you continue to enjoy a trip to your favorite coffee shop.
If you live with a chronic illness, these apps can help you stay on track of your appointments, medications, and symptoms.
Despite the marvelous payoffs that social media offers, including immediate connectivity with hot button issues and real-time trends, social media to some extent, has become the bane of doctors.