Jul 13
What is Bipolar Disorder?

What is Bipolar Disorder? You may be asking yourself, what is bipolar disorder? Bipolar disorder is considered a mood disorder and is a diagnosable (and treatable) mental health condition. Bipolar disorder or manic-depressive disorder, includes three different types: bipolar I,…Read More

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May 27
Understanding Depression & Anxiety

Understanding Depression & Anxiety Depression and anxiety are common mental health conditions that can affect your quality of life. Knowing how to recognize signs of depression and anxiety in yourself or a loved one can empower you to seek help…Read More

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Apr 30
How to Prevent Alzheimer’s

How to Prevent Alzheimer’s Alzheimer’s disease is a serious, debilitating condition that can make it difficult to perform everyday activities without caregiver help. Many people do not know they are at risk for developing Alzheimer’s until it’s too late. Knowing…Read More

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Apr 02
15 Simple Ways to Reduce Stress & Anxiety

We understand. The news is scary. The stores are empty. There is no toilet paper. People are panicking. In times of uncertainty, it is easy to get overcome with stress.

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Apr 18
The Difference Between ADHD and Autism

At first glance autism and ADHD share many traits: impulse control challenges, trouble with emotional regulation, difficulty reading social cues, and struggles with executive function are just a few. Some researchers are searching for connections between the two, looking at…Read More

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Apr 11
Autism Awareness and Acceptance

April is World Autism Awareness Month, an initiative that has grown as understanding around autism diagnoses – as well as the rate of diagnosis – has also increased. Autism affects an estimated 1 in 59 children in the United States…Read More

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Feb 12
6 Surprising Causes of Anxiety and Anxiety Disorders

Common causes of anxiety include financial hardship, public speaking, and stress at home, work, or school. Experiencing some anxiety every now and then is normal and happens to everyone. However, anxiety that lasts longer than 6 months can indicate the…Read More

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Dec 01
Could It Be Postpartum Depression?

It’s common for women to have the “baby blues” after giving birth. This might come in the form of sadness, tiredness, mood swings, or worrying. These symptoms usually go away on their own in a few days. But, if you’re…Read More

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Oct 07
7 Healthy Ways to Reduce and Fight Depression

Depression is a common mental health disorder that affects roughly 7% of the U.S. population during any given year. Depression is commonly treated using medication, psychotherapy, or a combination of both; though sometimes a trial-and-error approach is needed to determine…Read More

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Sep 01
5 Ways to Manage Anxiety Without Medication

Anxiety can leave you feeling stressed, nervous, and alone. It’s estimated that nearly 40 million adults in the United States struggle with anxiety, making it the most common mental illness. The good news is that anxiety disorders are highly treatable. The physicians…Read More

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