You may have heard that Sudoku improves brain health — but the truth is a bit more complicated. Here’s how to stay sharp as you get older.
Chronic stress is long-lasting stress — and it can take a toll on your health. Here’s how you can combat it.
The benefits of therapy are vast. If you think your partner might benefit from therapy, here’s how you can approach this conversation in a loving way.
Mindfulness is bringing your attention to the present, and it can improve your mental health. Here’s how to build mindfulness into your daily life.
You may know how stress affects your mental health, but how does stress affect the body? Take this quiz to find out.
The holidays are a time to enjoy friends and family, but can also bring on seasonal stress. Learn strategies to help you cope during the season so you can enjoy this time of year.
Staying informed about current events is important — but so is maintaining your mental health. Here are 3 strategies to help you do both.
This National Suicide Prevention Week, Elizabeth Kurian, DO, Behavioral & Mental Health, Psychiatry, shares details on the triggers and warning signs of potential suicidal behavior in children as well as the influence the internet and social media have on suicidal behavior, and steps parents or loved ones can take to discuss suicide with their children.
Caring for an aging loved one can be rewarding — but also challenging. Here are 9 tips to help caregivers prioritize their own physical and mental health.
As COVID-19 pandemic rates decline, many are returning to their pre-pandemic social life including working from their company’s office or seeing their friends and family for in-person activities. While some are excited to get back to their pre-pandemic social life, others are experiencing elevated anxiety symptoms.