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.
Studies have linked a Mediterranean-style diet, rich in fruits, vegetables, olive oil, whole grains, and lean protein, to a lower risk of depression—among other health benefits. This recipe combines the best aspects of that diet....
The National Eating Disorders Association has put together a list of 10 ways to work on promoting a positive body image. It may take practice, but you’re worth it.
Wellness can be hard to define, but a personal wellness plan helps you identify and stick with meaningful changes. Grab some friends or colleagues and put one together yourself!
Retirement often lingers far in the distance… until it arrives with unexpected retirement anxiety. You’ve worked hard, grown a nest egg, but are you emotionally and mentally prepared?
We could all use a boost to our mental, physical, and social wellbeing this year. Experts agree that volunteering benefits all three areas, even if done remotely.
Can you separate the differences between anxiety, boredom, depression and FOMO?
Harvard Health reports on foods linked to boost brainpower, so we’ve found this head-over-heels recipe incorporating key brain-boosting ingredients, like walnuts, berries and flax seeds.
Suicide is the No. 10 cause of death in adults. Knowing (and acting upon) suicide cues can help prevent a tragedy.
If you’re thinking about or planning suicide, know that you aren’t alone in these thoughts, and you don’t have to follow through with them.
September is suicide prevention month. What would you do if faced with a cry for help?
Two Michigan Medicine dietitians dish out tips to get you through the blues.
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder conjures up images of wiggly, aggressive little boys, not gentle girls like Anna.
Boys and girls can display very different ADD/ADHD symptoms, which may be why boys are three times more likely to get an ADHD diagnosis than girls.
Of nearly 300 conditions, diseases and disorders funded for research last year by the NIH, approximately $58 million was spent on attention deficit disorders.
Triggers for anxiety are all around us. Find ways to keep yourself at peace and reduce stress in the new year.