According to one medical expert, the medical neglect he saw amounted to a “callous disregard for human life and human suffering.”
After lockdown don’t we all want to rebalance our lives around tech? We have five tips to improve your digital wellbeing!
One of the best ways to stick to a digital detox is to replace time online with an analogue activity. This National Embroidery Day, we know just the one!
Ever since the post-Civil War days of Lister and Pasteur, we’ve known that wearing masks prevents us from contaminating open wounds or sickening other people with our breath.
Did you go into the pandemic suffering from phone addiction, and has it got worse? What’s the boundary between helpful and harmful use of your smartphone?
People with OCD face uniquely difficult mental health battles, including trying to distinguish concerns brought on by their conditions from general fears shared by the public about COVID-19.
Despite a total lack of any scientific evidence whatsoever, adherents cling steadfastly to the belief that the 12-steps are required for genuine, bona-fide “recovery.”
A recent analysis predicted as many as 75,000 people might die from suicide, overdose or alcohol abuse, triggered by the uncertainty and unemployment caused by the pandemic.
Doomscrolling – endlessly scrolling through bad news stories – is taking a dangerous toll on our mental health. But how can we keep ourselves from doing it?
This California program offers non-12-step treatment in a “caring, compassionate and focused” environment where clients feel valued and respected.