Talking about mental health, individually and as a society, helps to reduce the stigma and encourages openness. These tips can help prevent someone from hiding their mental health concerns.
It seems like everyone is talking about mental health recently, but there are many myths still circulating. We’re looking at 4 common mental health myths and sharing the facts. Do you know by what age most mental health...
Major depression is a serious medical illness that affects millions of Americans. A screening can help identify depression before it becomes worse.
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, so let’s look at TBI and the research being done toward better understanding traumatic brain injury and previously overlooked causes.
The impact of traumatic brain injury can be serious for those affected, their loved ones and public health. Learn the facts, who’s most at risk and more.
Stay head smart! We’ve all heard of concussions, but any head injury can be serious. Being informed is the first step to staying safe and recognizing risks. Check your TBI intel with this quiz.
These savory (and gluten-free) chickpea pancakes from Cleveland Clinic use chickpea flour and chopped baby spinach for essential nutrients. Mediterranean spices and dill provide essential flavor, morning or night.
Kevin O’Donnell didn’t let the devastating diagnosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) impede his activism. Here is his courageous story.
ALS is a progressive disease with no known cure. We have put together the latest statistics on ALS to show the impact this disease has had.
How much do you know about amyotrophic lateral sclerosis?
I woke from a runaway roller coaster nightmare to discover I wasn’t really dreaming. Here is my personal experience with vertigo, and my quest to regain balance.
Vertigo is the distortion of the reality of normal motion, often exaggerating it to the extreme. It is also one of the most common complaints patients make to doctors. We’ve put together some quick facts so you can identify...
Is Vertigo a disease? What are its effects? Test your knowledge with this quiz….
Lots of her older friends have Alzheimer’s on their minds. Maybe they can stop worrying so much.
Alzheimer's disease is a progressive illness that destroys memory and other important mental functions.
Alzheimer’s Disease, the most common type of dementia, destroys memory, is progressive and is incurable. But risk can be reduced with lifestyle changes to support brain health. Refresh your memory with this quiz.
Migraines are thought to be caused by the brainstem’s interaction with the trigeminal nerve, a major pain pathway in the body. Imbalances in the brain—including serotonin, which helps regulate pain in the nervous system—may be...