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Gen Z and Millennials: What They Want from Healthcare

Instead of traditional healthcare, they want control of how, where and when they access care. Said simply, Gen Z and Millennials want simplicity, convenience, flexibility and speed.

Is What You’re Feeling Depression?

Depression doesn’t look the same in everyone. If the following signs resonate with you, depression could be the cause...

How Employers Can Leverage Telehealth Beyond Urgent Care

Post-pandemic telehealth has expanded its scope dramatically and proven its value and efficacy across the healthcare continuum–well beyond urgent care.

The Burnout Epidemic: How Virtual Care Can Help

A problem long before COVID-19, pandemic-related stress and anxiety have brought burnout to a fever pitch. Telehealth has emerged as a solution for burnout and other mental health concerns.

Feeling Burned Out? Here Are 3 Strategies to Help You Reboot

Experiencing burnout? You’re not alone. Use the following coping strategies to adjust your outlook and improve your mental health...

13 Signs You May Have an Anxiety Disorder

Occasional stress and anxiety are normal feelings. However, anxiety that interrupts your daily life is a sign of a bigger problem. If you noticed any of the following signs, it’s time to reach out for help...

Tired Child? How School & Sleep Impact Kids’ Mental Health

Does the new school year have your child moody, unfocused, or down? They could be experiencing sleep deprivation that is damaging their mental and physical health.

Why You Should Check-In on Your Mental Health (Even if You’re...

If you’re like most people, you visit the doctor regularly, see a dentist twice a year for cleanings, and schedule regular eye exams. But what about your mental health?

Daily Affirmations for Workplace Mindfulness

Positive affirmations can reset your mental state and reduce your negative mindset, allowing you to get more done in your day and improve your professional and personal relationships.

Mental Health Amid COVID-19: Why Employers Must Take Action

Stigma or not, as business leaders, we have all witnessed the effects of mental illness in the workplace – and it’s only getting worse amid COVID-19.

5 Surprising Things You Can Address with a Telehealth Visit

There’s a lot more you can address in a virtual doctor visit than flu symptoms or stomach upset. Find out how telehealth offers greater flexibility and control when it comes to your self-care and wellness.

COVID-19: Coping 1-Year Later

We've all found ways to get through the past year, but what’s next? At the one-year anniversary of COVID-19 becoming a national health emergency in the U.S., consider the following strategies to fortify your strength and wellness.

How Asynchronous Telehealth is Reshaping Care Delivery and Patient Expectations

With the rise of telehealth–especially in light of COVID-19 and the availability of advanced technological modalities–ATH has taken asynchronous care to the next level.

Coping with the Anxiety of Indecision

Folks who may not have experienced symptoms of anxiety before might now find themselves struggling more with decision-making when it comes to the holidays and COVID-19.

Is Cabin Fever a Real Thing?

While cabin fever isn’t an official diagnosis that you’d get from a health professional, it is a real concern for your mental health.

The Many Masks of Depression

Despite it being a common mental health issue, many people still work hard to hide their emotional pain due to the stigma surrounding a diagnosis of depression.

Finding Work-Life Balance in the Age of Coronavirus

While the early days of the pandemic called for breaking a lot of personal care and parenting rules, it’s now time to shift towards more sustainable habits.

Why It’s Crucial to Recognize National Suicide Prevention Month this Year

It’s easy to feel helpless and isolated during the COVID-19 pandemic, and suicidal ideation is a serious concern. Remember that you are not alone...

4 Ways to Repair Your Body Image If It’s Feeling Fragile...

Quarantine means we're not spending lots of time around other people, but body image issues can seem more intense than ever. Here are some tips if you're feeling stressed about body changes...

National MeMD Patient Survey Shines Light on Mental Health Impacts of...

While the world continues to grapple with COVID-19, the pandemic is also causing a rise in mental health issues. To quantify the mental health impact, MeMD conducted a national poll of more than 3,000 patients...