Mental Health

Newsworthy

Half of American Women Report Elevated Stress Levels Post-Election

It’s clear that this year’s election has been unusually stressful for many people. In fact, the American Psychological Association published a...

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Health Tech

Sleep Better: Tech That Blocks Blue Light

Curling up with your mobile device may not be the best way to drift off into dreamland, but many of us are guilty of it anyway. Despite the fact that the...

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Healthy Lifestyle

Have a Healthy Holiday (and Win!)

Oh, the holidays. The days are short, the buffet tables are long, and there’s no shortage of social events to fill your calendar. But all of those...

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Live Well

8 Meditation Apps to Help You Relax

Plugging in for the purpose of “unplugging” may seem like an oxymoron. After all, meditation is free, accessible, and portable, whether or not...

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Mental Health

How to Manage Post-Election Emotions

For many people, election-related anxiety has been building for several months. Now that the election is over, many Americans are feeling a mix of anger,...

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Integrative Health

Reduce Stress Naturally with One Medical’s “Shift” Workshop

If you’re like many of the patients in our practice, you’re managing stress and anxiety on a daily basis – whether it’s work-related...

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Health 101

Fear Can Be Good — In Small Doses

Are you heading to a haunted house to get the wits scared out of you this Halloween? Or does the mere thought cause you to feel anxious instead of...

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Depression

Seasonal Affective Disorder: What You Need to Know

If you experience the winter blues, you’re not alone. Many people find their mood falling as days get shorter, but the “winter” blues can...

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