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Your Body's Talking; Hope You're Listening
Coffee is good for our attention, hearts, emotions and general health. Some people don't do well on it, though, and there's a good reason.
Polypharmacy Deepens Seniors' Mental Confusion
Too many seniors with dementia are prescribed a mix of drugs to calm anxiety and ease depression and pain, leaving them more confused.
College Students' Mental Health Takes a Dive
Lockdowns have made campus life especially stressful and isolating. As a result, anxiety and depression are skyrocketing among students.
Interns face Interrupted sleep and constantly shifting work schedules. This makes them prime examples of what a lack of sleep can do to you.
Addressing Concerns about the COVID Vaccine
Mistrust in the healthcare system means that Blacks and Latinx people are less likely to get vaccinated. Doctors suggest a way forward.
Lockdown's Not so Bad After All?
People are adjusting to the economic and social restrictions needed to help contain the pandemic better than you might expect, but not all.
Fright Night, Your Preparation for the Pandemic
Scary movies can set us up to face the worst -- a deadly virus, for example. Rom-coms and lighter fare don't build this resilience.
Happiness Out the Door
Lockdown has been hard on us all. Diaries show what an emotional boost time outside can provide.
A Profile of Self-Managed Abortion
Women experiencing an unwanted pregnancy in areas where there are few reproductive health options available may try to end it themselves.
Time on Social Media: How Much Is Too Much?
Frequenting social media sites like Facebook has been linked to a risk of depression. Now we know more about how much is too much.
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