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Mental Health in Children

Age of Innocence – Or Anxiety for Today’s Kids? From loud claps of thunder to dogs that can bite, a child’s world is filled with new, sometimes scary experiences. However, if fears can’t be managed with reassurance or distraction and persistently interfere with daily...

Mental Health in Adolescent & Young Adults

Drugs, Drinking & Depression: The Kids May Not Be Alright Every generation has seen their share of thrill-seeking teens acting out and making dubious choices regarding drugs and alcohol. “There’s a normative aspect to risk taking at this age,” assures clinical...

Teens & Social Media

In Real Life (IRL), Can We Protect Teens from the Emotional Impact of Social Media? YouTube, TikTok, Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook, WhatsApp, X, Reddit, BeReal. A majority of American teens visit these social media platforms at least once daily, and 30% say they are...

Dopamine Nation: Finding Balance in a World of Excess

It’s called the Plenty Paradox: an affluent environment with easy access to substances or behaviors perceived as pleasurable has actually been a key contributor to our national mental health crisis. So posits Dr. Anna Lembke, Medical Director of Addiction Medicine,...

Sustainable Eating: The Planetary Healthy Diet

The Lancet Planetary Health Diet Is there a way to eat that not only reduces the risk of disease and promotes well-being, but is also sustainable? Could a certain diet provide enough food for the 9.8 billion people estimated to be living on earth by 2050? This was the...

Every Walk is a Step in the Right Direction

“If you are in a bad mood, go for a walk. If you are still in a bad mood, go for another walk.” – Socrates No one has a negative word to say about the benefits of walking. Accessible to most, with no special equipment or training needed, stepping out regularly...

Joint Assets: An Osteoarthritis Update

The aching, swollen, stiff joints associated with osteoarthritis (OA) have long been considered a “wear and tear” condition, associated with aging. It was thought that cartilage, the smooth connective tissue on the end of bones that cushion the joints, simply breaks...

Bone Up: What Is Osteoporosis?

Except for dedicated thespians, saying “break a leg” is most definitely not a harbinger of good luck. More than 10 million Americans are living with osteoporosis, a condition of low bone mass that results in increased risk of bone fracture, sometimes even from a minor...