Mental Health

Live Well

Ready to make a healthy change? Here are 5 tricks to stay on track.

Daniel Dinenberg, MD, ABIHM

Getting more sleep. Exercising regularly. Cutting back on alcohol. Most of us have at least one thing we want to start (or stop) doing for our health, even...

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Live Well

How to have difficult health conversations

Michelle Konstantinovsky

Adulting is hard on so many levels. Between work, romantic relationships, family commitments, and friend issues, you’ve probably got your fill of...

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LGBT Health

How to get LGBTQ-friendly mental health help

Sarah Dobro, MD

Mental health issues such as depression and anxiety disorders are common, and anyone can be impacted by them. But when you add the societal stigma,...

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Live Well

Do I have a drinking problem?

Michelle Konstantinovsky

How do you define a “drinking problem”? Does it mean waking up and swilling whiskey in place of coffee? Or partying every night with a cocktail...

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Health Insurance

Mental health and your insurance

Scott Edgington

We often don’t think about our insurance plans unless there’s a problem. We assume everything will be covered — because why else would we...

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Mental Health

What is bipolar disorder?

Jeanne Rupert, DO

With May being Mental Health Awareness Month, I wanted to talk about an often-misunderstood condition: bipolar disorder. Like other mental health diagnoses,...

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Mental Health

Is it time to check in on your mental health?

Michelle Konstantinovsky

Gym membership? Check. Daily fruits and veggies? Check. Psychological evaluation? …Say what? If you’re trying to stay on top of your well-being,...

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Get Well

Understanding and treating panic attacks

Kristen Scarlett, MA, LMHC, NCC

Your heart starts pounding, your head begins to spin, nausea hits, and you start gulping air in big, heaving breaths. Even if you’ve had a panic attack...

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