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Self Care: The Scientifically Proven Importance of a Bubble Bath

Our schedules can be hectic and our daily routine can be so systematic — not to mention boring — that self-care sounds like a...

Mental Health is Important: Time to Talk About Eating Disorders

Superficiality rules our society. There’s no doubt about it. We are constantly being exposed to impossible beauty standards, yet it’s something many strive to...

The Tragic Impact of Today’s Blatant Racism on Our Kids’ Mental...

The second Monday in October has been a Federal holiday in the United States since 1937, a recognition of the encounter between Europe and...

How Women Can Help Kill the Taboo Around Mental Health and...

The topics of women and mental health typically intersect at an uncomfortable point that, like so many other core elements of our society, is...

Bilingual Care and the Increasing Mental Health Crisis for the Latinx...

At the national level, the need for mental health care and therapists is quickly outpacing the resources we have available as a society. For...

Your Summer Rest and Relaxation Primer: The New Staycation Starts with...

A long, summer weekend is the perfect time to treat yourself to a staycation away from your phone. Like taking an actual vacation to...

It’s Mental Health Awareness Month, So Here’s How Mental Health Care...

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. I was unaware of this until this morning, when I began to write up a brief rundown of...

Back-to-Back School Shootings Both Marked By Heroic Acts of Personal Sacrifice,...

Riley Howell, 21, and Kendrick Castillo, 18, both sacrificed their lives in an attempt to fight back against shooters who had targeted their schools....

Democratic Presidential Candidates Klobuchar and Delaney Have Released Plans That Address...

Senator Elizabeth Warren isn’t the only Democratic presidential nominee to announce ambitious, progressive campaign promises that address some of the country’s most pressing issues....

The First Latina Suicide Prevention Center Opened in Manhattan This Year

Depression and a decline in mental health in teens has been on the rise since the late 2000s. An epidemic that has been especially...

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