When I first learned of Anne Frank’s story, I could barely imagine the fear, the loneliness, and the isolation. During these last few weeks, I realized there is so much young people can learn from her.
They are models of the essence of heroism that is being seen in health professionals and the public during the pandemic.
In these uncertain times, many look to Franklin D. Roosevelt’s quote “The only thing we have to fear is . . . fear itself.” But what does that really mean?
The COVID-19 Pandemic and Emotional Wellbeing: Tips for Healthy Routines and Rhythms During Unpredictable Times
Recommendations from the International Society of Bipolar Disorders Task Force on Chronobiology and Chronotherapy and the Society for Light Treatment and Biologic Rhythms.
The current COVID-19 pandemic has raised a number of issues related to the role and importance of psychiatrists compared with medical colleagues at this time of widespread illness and massive changes.
So begins this transformative journey to calm, peace, and tranquility in the face of a “coronacopia” of life upending challenges.
We often push thoughts of death far out of our awareness, but at the present time they unavoidably re-emerge. Can we learn something helpful from this?
Hearing about Coronavirus 2019 from opinionated and often unreliable sources made this 15-year-old more nervous than she needed to be.
The US Food and Drug Administration is working diligently to provide the public with information to keep consumers well and safe. From hand sanitizers to testing to food safety, this slideshow presents the latest developments.
Reports of verbal and physical aggression toward Chinese-American people have undeniable ripple effects, and if left unmonitored, turns into full-fledged Coronasiaphobia.