Complementary and alternative medicine has ancient roots. How can modern citizens benefit from it?
Asian American and Pacific Islander communities often lack the resources or education to address mental health needs. How do cultural practices perpetuate this disparity?
Many of us have experienced performance anxiety before. But is telling ourselves to “calm down” the best way to overcome it?
Therapy can, but doesn’t always, involve sitting down to talk to a psychologist. From music to hypnosis, other therapies exist to support individuals through physical, mental, and social challenges.
Sleep has been shown to have significant ramifications on individuals’ physical and mental health. What strategies exist to help us sleep towards success?
“Mental health” and “mental illness” are used interchangeably but convey vastly different concepts in public health. Part two of a two-part series.
Recent earthquakes in Mexico destroyed thousands of homes and buildings, but those impacted continue to suffer from post-traumatic stress.
Disparities in health education continue to be prevalent. This organization is trying to fix that.
How can a seemingly individual concern like mental health have larger public health implications? Part one of a two-part series.
Yoga practitioners often tout the health benefits of yoga. Indeed, yoga has become to be regarded as a cure-all for whatever ailments one may have, but what claims can be substantiated?