‘Life is one thing after another’: Dealing with coronavirus anxiety
Posted in Coronavirus (COVID-19), Health & Wellness, In the news on March 23, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has caused stress, anxiety and hardship for millions of people. COVID-19 is affecting 183 countries and territories around the world, with the number of confirmed cases growing each day. Social distancing, isolation, quarantine and economic uncertainty—these are scary and unsettling times. Simran Sethi of The New York Times interviewed noted psychologist and...
Stress Awareness: 5 Ways to Unwind in Ohio in April
Posted in Community Outreach, Health & Wellness on April 7, 2015
[caption id="attachment_3582" align="alignright" width="217"] April is Stress Awareness Month[/caption] April is National Stress Awareness Month. Stress doesn’t just afflict your mind; it can also affect you on a cellular level. In fact, long-term stress can lead to a wide range of illnesses – from headaches to stomach disorders to depression – and can even...
Benzodiazepines Linked to Alzheimer’s Disease
Posted in Drug & Medical Devices, Health & Wellness on October 29, 2014
Most of us take medications knowing there is a risk of side effects, but that risk is small, right? Surely the FDA ensures the health benefits outweigh these minor inconveniences, right? But what if I told you that if your grandmother took a sleeping pill, she’d be 50% more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease?...