Many times, whether you really need it or not, taking medication can feel like giving in to a weakness. According to the results of a recently published study, despite an increase in antidepressant prescriptions,
The 1990s and 2000s were glorious decades to be a psychiatrist. It seemed as though each year several new, potentially life-changing medications were brought to market. Options became available to tackle
It’s New Year’s Day 2016 and I’m snuggled up on the sofa, the log fire crackling. I run my hand over the cover of my new journal, crack open the spine and, on the first pristine page, I write a list: Blissful
When my editor asked me to review fast food breakfast sandwiches, I accepted the piece immediately. I don’t really eat much fast food so it sounded like a fun thing to get paid for. A treat, if you will.
Just as the body is influenced by what you eat, your mind is also influenced by your thoughts, your mindset and your life experiences. With mindfulness, you can train your mind to be in the present moment
Families Give Back Many animal lovers want to help older shelter pets — but they worry about taking on big veterinary bills. For more than a decade, a Seattle-area organization called Old Dog Haven has