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Divorce court is normally quiet during the holiday season, but this year it's booming as the pandemic drives couples apart

I travelled to Barbados from the UK to cover the country's new remote work visa. Here's what it was like to quarantine in paradise.

My partner's job is less demanding than mine, and working from home has made it obvious. How do I stop feeling resentful?

How 2 stripper roommates make Zoom bachelor parties more exciting than awkward

From sex dolls to kissing through plastic sheets: How Hollywood is filming intimate scenes during the pandemic

Inside a warehouse of 'pods' where cam girls can film loud erotic content without disturbing their families at home

A Los Angeles couple wed in a 3-person ceremony while grieving their friend who was murdered. They said it strengthened their relationship.

How to talk to your partner about vaccines if you don't agree

How to know if your pandemic anxiety is normal or a problem, and what to do about it

Dr. Pimple Popper: How to prevent and treat face-mask acne

People with narcissistic traits are more likely to ignore pandemic safety guidelines, such as hand-washing and staying home

Lockdown did not stop people having sex. 4 people share their stories about breaking the rules to hook up.

FDA warns against 9 hand sanitizers that contain toxic levels of methanol and can be deadly if ingested or absorbed through skin

Elective surgery is possible again, but it's an unnerving experience: 'I would advise other people to wait'

What it's like to go to a drive-thru Botox clinic, with masks, needles, and temperature checks

How to get out of a relationship rut when you're quarantined with your partner

People on TikTok are squeezing lime juice over their grapes and said it makes them taste just like Sour Patch Kids

Florida residents can now get drive-thru Botox injections, for $600 a shot

You can make this stunning rainbow prism cake with just 5 ingredients

Legal sex workers say they want to get back to their brothel jobs, but believe they're underpaid for the coronavirus risks they will take