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    June 18, 2019

    Explained: What Is Pharmacogenetics for Mental Health Treatment?

    Personalization. Every company wants to create unique experiences for its customers. For most industries, that requires digital data and user experience designers. For the medical community, it means assessing your specific genes to determine how you’re likely to respond to specific medications. This is known as pharmacogenetics (PGx).

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    June 3, 2019

    How to Spot Mental Health Issues in Children: A Guide for Parents

    No parent wants to witness their child suffering—for any reason. But mental illness can be exponentially more difficult to watch because you can’t see or comprehend the source as you could with a fever, for instance.

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    May 29, 2019

    Infographic: Mental Health and Medications in the United States

    Nearly 20% of people in the United States have a mental health illness—and for about 4% of them, that illness is severe enough that it seriously interferes with their ability to work, sleep, or otherwise take care of their health, according to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH).

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    December 14, 2018

    Mental Health Struggles Women Face During The Holidays

    During the holidays it can be easy to feel as though you are trying to fit 25 hours of work and family time into a 24 hour day. This is especially true for women, who are often expected to plan festive social and household activities.

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    September 21, 2018

    Inflammation: The Link Between Stress And Depression

    The following blog references a Forbes.com article by David DiSalvo and a recent study published in the peer-reviewed journal, Neuron.

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    August 24, 2018

    Is Severe Anxiety Becoming An Epidemic Among American Teenagers?

    The following blog references a 2017 New York Times' article by Benoit Denizet-Lewis.

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    August 10, 2018

    How Food Can Affect Your Brain

    Every aspect of our lives is controlled by our brain—our thoughts, movements, breathing, heartbeat, senses and more. And like everything else in our bodies, the brain requires energy—in the form of the foods we eat. By paying close attention to the foods we eat, we're able to control how well our brains perform—physically, intellectually, and emotionally. 

    Continue Reading...
    June 8, 2018

    Mental Health in the LGBTQ Community and Finding Treatment

    In recent years, positive cultural changes have helped remove some of the stigma that may come with identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ). In fact, between 2000 and 2017, Americans were increasingly accepting of LGBTQ people and rights, according to the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law. 

    Continue Reading...
    June 1, 2018

    Meditate Your Way to Better Mental Health

    As a society, it’s apparent that we are experiencing the physical, emotional and mental repercussions of sustained stress. Multitasking has become the pace, yet the impact of stress and elevated cortisol on one’s health are undeniable, leading to anxiety, depression, gastrointestinal disorders, insomnia, anger and decreased work productivity.

    Continue Reading...
    May 25, 2018

    Athletes and Others Benefit from Recognizing May as Mental Health Month

    For more than half a century the United States has marked May as Mental Health Month. But only in recent years have professional athletes felt comfortable sharing with the public their own mental health challenges.

    Continue Reading...
    June 18, 2019

    Explained: What Is Pharmacogenetics for Mental Health Treatment?

    Personalization. Every company wants to create unique experiences for its customers. For most industries, that requires digital data and user experience designers. For the medical community, it means assessing your specific genes to determine how you’re likely to respond to specific medications. This is known as pharmacogenetics (PGx).

    Continue Reading...
    June 3, 2019

    How to Spot Mental Health Issues in Children: A Guide for Parents

    No parent wants to witness their child suffering—for any reason. But mental illness can be exponentially more difficult to watch because you can’t see or comprehend the source as you could with a fever, for instance.

    Continue Reading...
    May 29, 2019

    Infographic: Mental Health and Medications in the United States

    Nearly 20% of people in the United States have a mental health illness—and for about 4% of them, that illness is severe enough that it seriously interferes with their ability to work, sleep, or otherwise take care of their health, according to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH).

    Continue Reading...
    December 14, 2018

    Mental Health Struggles Women Face During The Holidays

    During the holidays it can be easy to feel as though you are trying to fit 25 hours of work and family time into a 24 hour day. This is especially true for women, who are often expected to plan festive social and household activities.

    Continue Reading...
    September 21, 2018

    Inflammation: The Link Between Stress And Depression

    The following blog references a Forbes.com article by David DiSalvo and a recent study published in the peer-reviewed journal, Neuron.

    Continue Reading...
    August 10, 2018

    How Food Can Affect Your Brain

    Every aspect of our lives is controlled by our brain—our thoughts, movements, breathing, heartbeat, senses and more. And like everything else in our bodies, the brain requires energy—in the form of the foods we eat. By paying close attention to the foods we eat, we're able to control how well our brains perform—physically, intellectually, and emotionally. 

    Continue Reading...
    June 8, 2018

    Mental Health in the LGBTQ Community and Finding Treatment

    In recent years, positive cultural changes have helped remove some of the stigma that may come with identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ). In fact, between 2000 and 2017, Americans were increasingly accepting of LGBTQ people and rights, according to the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law. 

    Continue Reading...
    June 1, 2018

    Meditate Your Way to Better Mental Health

    As a society, it’s apparent that we are experiencing the physical, emotional and mental repercussions of sustained stress. Multitasking has become the pace, yet the impact of stress and elevated cortisol on one’s health are undeniable, leading to anxiety, depression, gastrointestinal disorders, insomnia, anger and decreased work productivity.

    Continue Reading...
    May 25, 2018

    Athletes and Others Benefit from Recognizing May as Mental Health Month

    For more than half a century the United States has marked May as Mental Health Month. But only in recent years have professional athletes felt comfortable sharing with the public their own mental health challenges.

    Continue Reading...

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