The comments section under the post remains divided over whether the picturesque holiday villa in Greece is safe for use.
"The flare ups felt like somebody rubbing glass into my body and the itch was only comparable to physical torture," Josie North told Newsweek.
Despite the popular myth that suicide rates rise around the Christmas holidays, experts and evidence strongly suggest otherwise.
As Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a federal holiday, many services run by banks and financial institutions will be closed or operating a modified service.
Former rally champion Penny Mallory reveals how to develop your confidence, commitment and focus.
"Gifts aren't just a material thing. A well-thought-out gift shows that the person knows you and cares enough to put in the effort," said a relationship expert.
The week between Christmas and New Year can be a difficult time for many. So what can you do to beat the post-Christmas blues?
Decluttering coach Juliet Landau-Pope tells Newsweek how to handle unwanted holiday gifts.
Here, Newsweek reveals some of the most hilarious, thoughtful and shocking gifts from Christmases past.
"Try to avoid sleeping in all day the night after a party," sleep expert Sophie Bostock told Newsweek. "The later you sleep in, the more difficult it will be to get out of bed the next day."
The video left TikTok commenters in stitches, with one saying, "Still gonna be cleaning that up next Christmas."
He had been set to spend Christmas with his girlfriend's daughters and their families but told her he only said yes because he "felt pressured."
His in-laws have branded his demand as "ridiculous" and a blatant "power play."
A carp in the bathtub, camels pulling Santa's sleigh...Newsweek has put together a list of the most interesting Christmas traditions from around the world.
One state in the United States has more Christmas spirit than all the rest, so Newsweek spoke to local experts to find out why.
An older neighbor said: "I wanted to tell you every night I look out the back door and see your decorations, and it just fills my heart with joy."
"You cannot control everything in life, and if people want to make independent choices, you must respect the effort," said etiquette expert Elizabeth Wyse.
Newsweek reached out to a psychotherapist who said: "It sounds like the friend has violated the 'social contract' of the group."
New research shows that 42 percent of consumers are worried about food prices this holiday season, but should you charge your family for Christmas dinner?