Mental health care in America will not be the same after the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are the reasons why.
Frontotemporal dementia tends to start at younger ages Frontotemporal dementia is the 5th most common cause of dementia. It’s also referred to as FTD or frontal lobe dementia. It’s estimated that there are 50,000 to 60,000 people with FTD in the United States. It often occurs between the ages of 45 and 65, but can also … Read moreFrontotemporal Dementia: Signs and Symptoms
Even though intimate couples provide each other with social and emotional support, they still need to be situated within strong social networks to thrive.
Were you expected to care for a parent, either physically or psychologically? Read this to understand how this might have impacted on you.
Hustle culture is a dangerous phenomenon with unrealistic expectations, often supported and reinforced through social media.
Digital tools can be used to deliver culturally-sensitive mental health care to BIPOC youth
Despite recent headlines, the crisis in mental health care is not new. It’s been with us for decades. But what can we do to make things better?
Would you rather be at odds with the person you’re tied to for the rest of your life, or would you rather take care of them? That person is you. Here’s how to cultivate self-love.
Cleaning out your older adult’s medicine cabinet is an easily forgotten caregiving task. Hedva Barenholtz Levy, PharmD explains why it’s important to do this once a year and shares 5 easy steps to make sure all medications are safe and up-to-date. Older adults are the most common consumers of medication in the U.S., with … Read more5 Simple Steps to Clean Out the Medicine Cabinet
The pandemic exposed the fallacy of evidence-based medicine. Yet doctors still rely on it for brain injury care instead of adopting the new evolving science of regeneration.