It’s a good time to consider developing plans for maintaining physical, mental, and social health.
It is in adversity that we will find our strength as a hospital medicine community.
School closures could noticeably worsen the epidemic of childhood obesity that already threatens many children in the United States.
“Communities and organizations could consider training nontraditional groups to provide psychological first aid,” the authors wrote.
“Psychiatrists and other providers have an opportunity to fix things from the inside out,” Dr. Elizabeth Ford said.
Establishing and maintaining routines is important for both physical and mental health at every age and time, but especially when a major change...
FOAM and social networks are crucial channels for collecting and conveying up-to-date information during disasters.
This is a time to “support our LGBTQ young people in finding creative responses.” – Heather Newby, LCSW
When trouble comes, it’s important to have coping strategies that help you navigate, said Dr. Alice W. Lee.
It’s important for patients with severe mental illness to have up-to-date, accurate information about mitigating risk, said Dr. Benjamin Druss.