May 2, 2019 . May has been recognized as Mental Health Month since 1949. The past seven decades have seen a decrease in taboo associated with mental illness and seeking mental health support. However, stigma still exists ...
September 27, 2018 . The Suicide Prevention Resource Center (2018) tells us that an “estimated 115 people are exposed” annually to each death by suicide “creating devastating impact or a major life disruption.”
June 11.2018 - Though onset of SAD is not typical in warmer temperatures, 10% of the nearly 500,000 Americans diagnosed with Seasonal Affective Disorder experience their harshest symptoms during the spring and summer months.
December 20, 2017 - Typical seasonal stressors include family conflict, grief related to recent or past losses, financial worries, and looming deadlines associated with year-end. C-SEAP offers tips for managing stress through the holidays.
September 18, 2017 - The common cold can be a drain on our happiness, productivity at work, and general well-being. We have always been taught to wash our hands, cover our mouths, and get plenty of Vitamin C. Is there a critical piece of this cold prevention that we are missing?
July 28, 2017 - Regardless of your weight, eating processed and packaged foods that are loaded with preservatives, sugar, and sodium may increase your risk for heart disease, cancer, autoimmune diseases, and cognitive/mental health issues (CDC, 2017). Take advantage of this summer by making positive changes to your body’s fuel source.