Category: Mental health

  • Do something: Ukraine is working to heal soldiers’ mental scars

    Comment on this story Suspension KYIV, Ukraine – Sleep Soldier plunges once again into the horrors of Ukraine’s battlefields. He could hear the bombs falling again and film the explosions. He imagines himself running frantically, trying to save himself and others. The nightmares were so vivid and frightening that he sought help from his doctor. […]

  • All-online college courses linked to worse student mental health: study – The Hill

    Story at a glance College students who attend classes entirely online report more psychological stress than their peers who attend class in a hybrid format. Before COVID-19, American youth faced a growing mental health crisis exacerbated by the pandemic. The researchers suggest that mental health professionals consider how course delivery models affect mental health outcomes. […]

  • First, King County is moving against WA for failing mental health in prisons

    The Mental Health Project is a Seattle Times initiative focused on covering mental and behavioral health issues. It is funded by the Ballmer Group, a national organization focused on economic mobility for children and families. The Seattle Times retains editorial control over the work produced by this team. The King County District Attorney’s Office is […]

  • Signs and how to deal with them

    PMDD symptoms can resemble premenstrual syndrome, but PMDD is serious enough to have a significant impact on your life. You may struggle to focus, feel hopeless, have no energy, and notice more conflict with loved ones. Treatment often includes therapy, medication, stress relief, diet changes, and regular exercise. loading Something is loading. Thank you for […]

  • Alzheimer’s treatments on the near horizon Iowans/Public News Service

    National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month Coming to an end at the same time hope for progress in understanding and disease treatment on the near horizon. Iowa could see new medical treatments come to market in the next 12 to 18 months. The treatments are in the final stages of clinical trials, and could be especially beneficial […]

  • Teen uses her veteran mom’s mental health journey to help others

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. – You could say that service to the country is in Captain Caroline Furdick’s DNA. A third-generation female officer, military service runs deep in her lineage. My mother served, my father’s mother served. And then both my grandfather’s, my father’s – my uncle’s too,” said Furdick. “I’m standing on the backs of lions.” […]

  • Brain care stands out as a wellness category

    There is a new wellness trend in town. Self-care took on a new meaning in 2020, when many people were stuck at home, some in isolation. Even after emerging from lockdown, many have retained their newfound perspective and understanding of issues such as work-life balance. In the case of Wellness, the focus was on mental […]

  • ‘A Wonderful Life Between the Dashes’: Remembering Teenagers as Squirt’s Upcoming Contest Focuses on Mental Health – The Rink Live

    Moorhead – Madeleine Gebhardt dreams that she managed to reach her brother in time. You wake up To a world where he works as an accountant or pursues a career in the great outdoors. It definitely helps people. He loved the people, none more than his teammates, and his boys, from the hockey and baseball […]

  • COP27 + COP2 – Manhattan Times News

    COP27 + COP2 Written by Kathleen M. Pike, Ph.D While in Egypt last month, I saw signs everywhere for the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference (aka COP27) that was to be held in Sharm El-Sheikh. Over the past two weeks, heads of state, government officials and members of civil society have gathered there to […]

  • The hotel is training workers to help reduce veteran suicides

    Pensacola, Fla. — Veterans are 1.5 times more likely to die by suicide than the general population, with an average of 20 veterans committing suicide each day. To help combat this crisis, Innisfree Hotels has begun its own initiative within the company to train employees who work with veterans or individuals with mental health issues […]