Meditation is a good stress reliever, particularly for angry or anxious teens. Find out how a few minutes a day can improve your teen’s impulse control and mindfulness.
Want a drug-free way to help you manage pain? Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), which involves improved self-talk and a practical approach to problem solving may help ease your chronic pain.
Ever have the sensation that you’ve been somewhere or talked to someone before, when you know you haven’t? That’s deja vu. Discover some insights into this mental phenomenon and learn when it may signal a problem.
Find the answer to questions that pique your curiosity in our “Short Answer” series. Sleep medicine specialist Nancy Foldvary-Schaefer, DO, MS, answer this one.
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We all know giving helps others, but what does it do for the giver? Various studies find that giving has profound impact on the body and mind. Find out what researchers discovered while looking at brain scans of subjects who gave to various charities.
Think turning in at 12:30 a.m. and dragging yourself out of bed when the alarm sounds at 6 a.m. is no big deal? Here Nancy Foldvary-Schaefer, DO, explains why your health depends on reprioritizing a good night’s sleep.
It can be hard to distinguish teenage moodiness from depression. Discover the difference, learn why early intervention is important, and take positive steps to help your teen.