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In life, loss is inevitable, and grief can take many different forms. However, complicated grief, traumatic grief, or prolonged grief may require intervention.
Since unions represent many high-risk professionals, it’s a prime opportunity for union leaders to step in and provide access to the care their workers need most...
As exciting as the back-to-school season can be, it can also drum up lots of anxiety in both kids and parents awaiting the first day of class.
Beyond the physical dangers of fire, law enforcement and other public safety jobs, there are very real risks to first responders’ mental health...
When it comes to your medications, timing is everything, but it’s something that many patients overlook. Do you know which drugs are best taken in the morning, versus right before bed?
Take a look at some surprising ways you may be inadvertently making your allergy symptoms worse—as well as some tips on how to break these bad habits.
The trickle-down effects of burnout are a major cause for concern. Absenteeism, low morale and job-hopping are common among employees suffering from burnout – and that’s just the beginning. So what can employers do about it?
Caregivers frequently report experiencing high levels of stress. It can be overwhelming to take care of a loved one, but too much stress can be harmful to both of you. Read on to learn symptoms and ways to avoid burnout...
Does your nighttime routine include pouring a drink before heading off to bed? Turns out that evening scotch or late-night glass of wine could be having profound effects on your sleep and health...
While blood pressure, cholesterol, and A1C are all important numbers, your resting heart rate (RHR) isn’t one that should be left out, since it can tell you more than you might realize...
This Mental Health Awareness week we're highlighting one of our licensed professional counselors, Madeline Patalano. Read on to hear more about how she became involved in telehealth, the topics she is most passionate about, and some common signs of depression to look out for...
Binge eating is a frequently overlooked eating disorder in the United States, and, unfortunately, it is also one of the most common. Binge eating disorder, or BED, is characterized by sessions of eating large amounts of food in the absence of hunger, often within an isolated environment. With frequent...
There are many reasons you may decide it’s time to see a mental health specialist, but how do you find the right fit? You’ll want to put in the time and effort to find the mental healthcare provider who’s a match for your personality and lifestyle by taking the following essential steps...
If you’ve noticed that you tend to be more on-edge when it’s hot outside, it’s not just you. This is a common sensation, because heat leads to stress and agitation. Here’s a look at what you can do to beat the heat and your anxiety as well...
Americans are self-medicating or depending heavily on prescribed drugs in order to feel better. But treating the symptoms instead of dealing with underlying mental and emotional issues is making matters worse...
Although millions of Americans suffer from mental illnesses, there is still a lack of public knowledge about mental health and limited access to resources for those who need help. Fortunately May is Mental Health Month, so it’s the perfect time to break misunderstandings, cure stigma, and focus on wellbeing...
Not sure what type of eye drops you need? Dr. Caitlin Morrison discusses which artificial tears may work best for various types of dry eye and can easily be found in local drugstore...
It’s not just your home that will benefit from a deep cleaning, there are many positive health benefits that come with spring cleaning your house or apartment...
Feel like you're working yourself thin? It’s time to introduce yourself to the mental health break—a time to check out from your normal obligations and just unwind...
This year's flu has presented incredibly widespread activity, a high hospitalization, and a state of emergency in some regions. How did it get so bad?