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You Need In-Person Social Interaction: Here's How To Get It Safely
Does in-person versus online connection make a difference?
This Type Of Narcissism Is More Common In Women — And Linked To Abusive Behavior
Yes, women can be abusers, too.
Eat For Your Brain Using These 3 Pillars Of Nutritional Psychiatry
According to Georgia Ede, M.D.
Researchers Find A Better Risk Indicator For Early Forms Of Dementia
Dementia, in its various forms, affects an estimated 5 million (and growing) people over 65 in the United States.
Probiotics & Prebiotics May Help Manage Depression Symptoms
Another study proves the link between gut and brain health.
Doomscrolling Is Messing With Your Mental Health: Here's How To Stop
Doomscrolling, also called doomsurfing, was recently placed on Merriam-Webster's "Words We're Watching" list.
Negative Feelings Could Mean Increased Appetite, New Research Finds
There's a reason we call them "comfort" foods.
10 Mental Health Resources & Initiatives That Support People Of Color
Mental health is as important as ever.
Why Am I So Emotional? 11 Possible Reasons & What To Do
Lots of things could be at play, from your current relationships to your genetics.
7 Ways To Cope When Dealing With Anger & Heartbreak
It's been a rough week. Make sure you're taking care of yourself.
How To Navigate The Pandemic, Based On Your Crisis Response Type
Understanding how you respond to crises can help you overcome them.
Study Finds Spirituality Boosts Quality Of Life For Survivors & Caregivers
The American Heart Association just published some fascinating research.
What A Psychiatrist Recommends If You're Feeling Pandemic Depression
These natural remedies may help.
New Study Finds Yoga May Ease Depressive Symptoms & Support Mental Health
How yoga can improve feelings of anxiety and depression.
The Woody Essential Oil That Can Help Soothe Inflammation & Joint Pain
Here's how to add it to your holistic arsenal.
Is An "Echo Pandemic" Coming? How To Prepare For A New Mental Health Crisis
We need to find ways to soothe ourselves.
Kevin Love's 4 Tips To Stop A Panic Attack In Its Tracks
A panic attack can be rather debilitating—it certainly was for this five-time NBA all-star.
7 Types Of Subtle Experiences That Can Develop Into Micro-Traumas
Not all trauma comes from big, huge events in our lives. Sometimes it's more subtle.
Loneliness May Differ Between Your Mid-40s & 70s, Study Finds
The different reasons you'll experience loneliness.
Sound Science: How Vibrations Can Heal Our Bodies At A Cellular Level
We're designed to be exquisitely sensitive to sound.