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Peer Support Workers Provide Critical Behavioral Health Services During COVID-19 Pandemic

In the field of behavioral health, peer support workers – people who have faced similar stresses, trauma and mental health challenges to those they serve – have played a crucial role providing non-clinical, “experientially credentialed” support. That role has not abated during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent editorial…more.

A Pandemic of Uncertainty: Mental Health Challenges in the Era of COVID

For over a year, the world has lived under the dark cloud of the COVID-19 pandemic, a global, population-wide traumatizing event that has impacted people in a variety of ways – physically, financially and emotionally. According to Maddy Reinert, Senior Director of Population Health, Mental Health America (MHA), the pandemic…more.

Dr. R. Scott Turner on Resveratrol and the Amyloid Hypothesis

_____________________________________________________________________ This week, we sit down with R. Scott Turner, MD, PhD, Professor of Neurology at Georgetown University and Director of Georgetown’s Memory Disorders Program. Dr. Turner specializes in cognitive behavioral neurology, memory disorders, Alzheimer’s disease and Neurodegenerative dementias. Here, he discusses his latest research as well as the roles…more.

Dr. R. Scott Turner on Resveratrol and the Amyloid Hypothesis

This week, we sit down with R. Scott Turner, MD, PhD, Professor of Neurology at Georgetown University and Director of Georgetown’s Memory Disorders Program. Dr. Turner specializes in cognitive behavioral neurology, memory disorders, Alzheimer’s disease and Neurodegenerative dementias. Here, he discusses his latest research as well as the roles of…more.

When Laughter Is the Best Medicine

More than three million times each year, a child is hospitalized. Some of these are planned surgeries or treatments for a chronic illness, others immediate and sudden injuries. Regardless of the nature of their stays in the hospital, common among all of these children and their families is fear, anxiety,…more.

The Future of Cancer Care & Survivorship

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Help Paying Your Bills

By JILIAN MINCER A growing number of people are facing significant medical bills because they’re uninsured or underinsured. Others have signed up for plans with high deductibles that they can’t afford to meet. But there are ways to tackle these bills, and in some cases lower them, without damaging your…more.

America’s 200 Largest Charities

Think the now-famous richest 1% of all Americans have a big concentration of economic power? Take a look at our 13th annual list of the 200 Largest U.S. Charities. They aren’t even 2/100th of 1% of the country’s 1.2 million tax-exempt organizations. Yet in their most recent fiscal year the…more.

No Health Insurance? Get Help Here

By Elizabeth CohenCNN Senior Medical Correspondent (CNN) — Dr. John Di Saia was playing baseball with his son a few weeks ago, and just as he rounded second base, he tumbled to the ground, breaking his fall with his elbow. “Guess I shouldn’t have been running in flip-flops,” says Di…more.

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