Early childhood is a time of learning, but some of the learning may have negative consequences later in life in terms of mental health.
Violence against healthcare professionals is increasing, and we must address it in terms that will deter further injury and/or death.
Life throws curve balls at us, and we’re not always prepared for them, but we can learn to be more resilient and hopeful.
Healthcare facilities are being told that the need for masks will soon be lifted and the pandemic will be seen as finished, but that’s questionable.
The “wonderful” development of plastics in the 1940s brought about a change in our lives and may have created an incessant, hidden danger to our health.
Sleep is vital for our physical and mental health, yet a rare phobia makes going to sleep a time filled with fear.
End-of-life circumstances present difficult ethical and personal dilemmas, and deciding who should make the decision is problematic.
Aging doesn’t have to mean a steady decline in your brain power if you do one simple thing, and that involves your outlook on life.
What’s your IQ? Does it really matter, after all? Want to raise it to make yourself feel better? Sure you can.
Hospitals are buckling under the weight of an inordinate number of kids needing mental health admissions, and healthcare desperately needs help as much as the kids do.