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John Green Addresses Anxiety, Medication, and Therapy

John Green is no stranger to debilitating mental health barriers. At 24, having dealt with feelings of anxiety and obsessive thought patterns for nearly 20 years, he left his job... Read More

Harvey Weinstein Enters Treatment Facility for Sex Addiction

Entertainment mogul, Harvey Weinstein, already fired from The Weinstein Company after reports surfaced accusing him of decades’ worth of sexual harassment, is now bound for a treatment center in Scottsdale,... Read More

Without Paid Sick Leave, Workers’ Mental Health Suffers

Without sick leave, members of the workforce aren't just physically disadvantaged. They also struggle to get the mental health care they desperately need. Read More

Antidepressants: Do They Really Increase Your Risk of Dying?

If you’re on antidepressants, you are not alone. About one in eight Americans take them regularly, according to Science Daily. Recent research warns, however, that long-term use of these drugs... Read More

Older Adults Also Suffer from Substance Abuse — They Need Help, Too

We hear about the opioid crisis almost daily in the U.S. Often times our focus remains on teens, parents, and the children of those suffering from addiction. We often forget... Read More

Saying Yes to Holistic Therapy — and Goodbye to Opioids

Addiction to opioids affects people across the United States. Overdoses continue to climb, despite efforts to control consumption — right down to rates doctors prescribe them. Unfortunately, many people who... Read More

How Disasters Like Hurricane Harvey Will Affect Survivors’ Mental Health

In 2005, Hurricane Katrina uprooted the lives of thousands in Louisiana. Twelve years later, Hurricane Harvey has devastated Texas, impacting thousands’ safety, health, and well-being. Unfortunately, these affects will likely... Read More

Transgender Teens At High Risk of Substance Abuse

Transgender teens — adolescents who identify with a gender that differs from their given gender at birth — are at high risk of substance abuse. A study published in the... Read More

CDC Says College Students Most Likely to Become Addicted to Heroin

Heroin addiction in the U.S. continues to climb. Men, non-Hispanic whites, and people aged 18 to 25 are among the country’s most susceptible demographics. According to the National Institute on... Read More

Smartphones Are Destroying Teens’ Mental Health

This generation of teens has unlimited access to information stored in their pockets. Yet relying so much on their smartphones might not be the best habit for their mental health.... Read More

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