After nearly five years of being on edge, this is what it might take to reset our brains.
In a year defined and motivated by rage, protest, fear, and heartbreak, closing out 2020 with rest might be the most powerful statement we can make.
When the writer sustained long-term injuries from a car accident, she discovered the degree to which those with invisible disabilities feel penalized—in large part due to medical...
Vaccines have proven, time and time again, to be safe and effective at preventing disease. But with a virus as new as coronavirus, how soon is too soon to get vaccinated?
When we are living in a time when accepting and refuting facts have become a polarizing issue, is there a way to engage in meaningful dialogue with those across the aisle?
The Coronavirus pandemic doesn't just do damage to our bodies. The social isolation we're experiencing may also have a long-term impact on our brains.
A nation of overextended, stressed-out workers has created an economic and mental health crisis with seemingly no end in sight.
We are living through two epidemics—an unprecedented deadly virus, and the pandemic of racism that has reached a tipping point. Dr. Renee Lertzman answers your questions on how to...
We, as humans, can't take on the pain of everyone else. But we can find ways to connect through compassion.
In a new podcast, Dr. Nzinga Harrison addresses the challenges of diagnosing, treating, and living with addiction when the isolation of Covid-19 and trauma of racial injustice put the...