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The architect of Sweden's no-lockdown strategy said up to 30% of its population could now be immune to COVID-19, though tests suggest much lower levels

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Black Americans fighting for equality on the frontlines of the Black Lives Matter protests explain what the movement means to them

10 habits that define mentally resilient people, according to the author of a book on emotional intelligence for leaders

Job diary: At age 46, I earn over $1,000 a day as a webcam model. It's my ideal job — here's why.

9 strategies to ensure your relationship survives long-term work from home, according to a relationship and intimacy expert

Job diary: I've been a beekeeper for 4 decades, co-founded an urban bee non-profit, and now I work at a hotel connecting the community through beekeeping

PRESENTING: The steps a stay-at-home mum took to go from working at Starbucks to earning over $100,000 a year as a freelancer

I was an alcoholic at 26 years old. Here's how I successfully learned to replace the role that drinking played in my life.

The Navy is putting 'the proper equipment' back on its ships to operate in harsh Arctic conditions

10 tips for creating an emotionally healthy home while raising kids

PRESENTING: OnlyFans is like Instagram for NSFW images. Top influencers explain how they're building big followings and earning 6 figures on the 'paywall of porn.'

The future of the UK is at 'greater risk now than at any point in my lifetime,' says David Lidington, former de facto deputy prime minister

Sweden's no-lockdown strategy is beginning to look like less of an outlier, but still doesn't compare well to other countries

Atlassian just told employees they can work from home permanently, following Twitter and Facebook

BREAKING INTO WELLNESS: The best tips for becoming a personal trainer or opening up your own gym or studio, from people who've successfully done it

Fear of 'travel shaming' has some people keeping their trips quiet on social media, but numbers show people are on the move

A PwC exec says the global pandemic has accelerated the future of work by 5 to 10 years

We weren't prepared for the economic collapse that followed the pandemic — but there's a plan that could prep us for the next one

I relocated from central California to a tiny coastal town in Maine. Right now, the extra space and joys of rural living are outweighing any potential drawbacks.