By Dani Blum Mental health professionals are going viral on the app, captivating an anxious generation. “Now this looks like a job for me,” licensed doctoral therapist Courtney Tracy mimes along to an Eminem track
Brigham and Women's Hospital Today, a clinician can order a blood test to check a patient's cholesterol or hemoglobin A1c levels -- biomarkers that help predict an individual's risk of cardiovascular disease or diabetes, respectively.
December 6th, 2020 SOURCE: Nationwide Children's Hospital, news release, Dec. 2, 2020 Parents who are worried about the COVID-19 pandemic's impact on their children's mental health can help them build resilience, according to experts from
By Bert Gambini Release Date: November 13, 2020 If dispositional mindfulness can teach us anything about how we react to stress, it might be an unexpected lesson on its ineffectiveness at managing stress as it’s happening,
By Susanne M. Jaeggi, Anja Pahor, Aaron R. Seitz on September 24, 2020 If there were an app on your phone that could improve your memory, would you try it? Who wouldn’t want a better memory? After all, our recollections
by Allyson Chiu In the midst of a raging pandemic and widespread social unrest, these days it can feel as if reassuring platitudes are inescapable. “Everything will be fine.” “It could be worse.” “Look on
By Alison Escalante What if mental disorders like anxiety, depression or post-traumatic stress disorder aren’t mental disorders at all? In a compelling new paper, biological anthropologists call on the scientific community to rethink mental illness. With