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Why COVID-19 Changed the Way Americans Face Mental Health

The high price of prescription drugs makes good election year politics. Until the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg muddied the future of the Affordable Care Act, drug prices were the major health policy issue going forward —outside of COVID-19.

The Coronavirus Is Creating A Mental Health Crisis For Health Care...

Front-line care workers have been called heroes throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Many of them don’t feel like it. Instead, they feel besieged and traumatized not only by the suffering and death they’ve witnessed, but by a health care system they believe is showing it doesn’t value them, a disjointed and ineffective governmental response, and members of the public who deny the reality of all that suffering and death.

Youth suicides were rising before COVID-19. How should we support kids...

A recently published study out of China found that children confined at home by the coronavirus lockdown had elevated rates of depression and anxiety, raising concerns about the risk for American kids as the pandemic sweeps the nation.

Mental Health Patients Reap Benefits of Psychoanalysis

Psychoanalysis, often stereotyped in arts and literature as patients reclining on couches and talking about their mothers, is enjoying renewed scientific support

Christians Living With Mental Health Disorders

(Mental Health Disorders) The Discussion of Mental Health, it's causes, cures and characteristics seem to be sweeping the country by storm, it...