Little kids can often tell how people are feeling, even if that person is wearing a face mask, a new study published Monday found.
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Believe it or not, back-to-school time is just around the corner, and that means feelings of stress and anxiety might be starting to show. However, there are ways to help ease worries for both you and your child.
Hundreds of law enforcement and first responder vehicles lined up at Clark College in Vancouver, Washington on Tuesday for a procession to hon…
PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) - It’s been one year since the first pandemic-related lockdown in Oregon and psychiatrists say the last year has had a big…
Staggering numbers of health care workers -- more than one in five -- have experienced anxiety, depression or post-traumatic stress disorder during the pandemic, new research has revealed.
KEIZER, OR (KPTV) - This school year, amid a pandemic, FOX 12 will regularly go inside Keizer Elementary to share the stories of teachers, sta…
Being resilient is something we all needed more than ever over the past year.
When Keith Silverang went to request his absentee ballot from the local election office in the county where he was last a permanent resident in the US, he followed the same procedure he's followed when voting abroad in every general presidential election since the early 1990s.
Children can carry coronavirus in their noses and throats for weeks even if they don't show any symptoms.
When worries over the coming school year seem to fly through the roof, turn to these expert tips for helping the whole family to feel more relaxed.