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My daughter stole my car and money, and left her infant child with me. I don’t know if she’ll ever return. What should I do?
According to therapist Kelly Scott, you can show your daughter love by saying "no" and providing a nurturing home for your granddaughter.
I’m a 22-year-old nanny working for a family in the Hamptons during the pandemic. Here’s what my experience has been like.
A nanny working for a New York City-based family currently staying in the Hamptons told Insider what it's like to live with them during the pandemic.
Sweden says sex is good for public health and your own wellbeing, as long as your partner is not showing coronavirus symptoms
Sweden's Public Health Agency released guidelines on sex during the coronavirus pandemic that take a sex-positive approach to social distancing.
Nearly half of Americans incorrectly think herpes is deadly, and one-third think it is not contagious, a new survey found
The results from Babylon Health suggest STI stigma is still widespread and may contribute to a hidden epidemic of STIs like herpes.
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Swiss sex workers are keen for brothels to reopen. They say they will stick to positions like the "cowgirl" to minimize spread of the coronavirus.
How to make good enough choices during the coronavirus pandemic, since making risk-free decisions is impossible
As Americans leave lockdown, they're gauging the risk of everything from visiting friends to renting a car. They're decisions we have to get used to.
The coronavirus ‘baby boom’ is only for the rich and famous. Most people are too terrified to think about having kids right now.
In March, the internet mused about a lockdown-induced baby boom, but the only people who can afford failsafe pregnancies are the one percent.
In updated language on its website, the CDC emphasized that the coronavirus spreads mainly through people and not easily via surfaces.
Months of scientific research has have given us a much better picture of how the virus spreads and when symptoms manifest — or don't.