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National Month of Hope

National Month of Hope

April is National Month of Hope, which is all about celebrating the power of hope — the belief that things will work out, especially when it seems otherwise. Have you ever noticed how frequently the word ‘hope’ is used in our everyday conversations? Well, this is...

Sticking to Your New Year Resolutions

Sticking to Your New Year Resolutions

Are you still sticking to those New Year resolutions you made at the start of 2022? Were your goals realistic? Many of us feel pressured or obligated to set big goals at the beginning of the new year, only to “fail” one month later and punish ourselves for it. Having...

What West Point Graduates Can Teach Us About Stress and Resilience

What West Point Graduates Can Teach Us About Stress and Resilience

In May 2020, during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Melissa Thomas graduated Yale School of Medicine and immediately started work in the Emergency Department of Yale New Haven Hospital. She quickly noticed similarities between her new job and her two...

When the Holidays Hurt

When the Holidays Hurt

As we press forward into a new year, we reflect back on the last. Thinking about what we did this past year, who we saw, what we gained, and even what we lost. Traditionally, the holiday season is a time that is full of joy and wonder, however, as we grow and...

Stop Bullying

Stop Bullying

It’s Anti-bullying week! This year, Anti-bullying week takes place November 15th to the 19th, with the theme ‘One Kind Word’. Anti-bullying week is coordinated in England and Wales by the Anti-Bullying Alliance and began in the early 2000’s. It continues to be...

October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Month

October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Month

October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Month. Something we talk a lot about and educate our expecting mothers about is miscarriage, but what about stillbirth? 1 in 160 pregnancies will result in stillbirth (Star Legacy). This is a higher percentage than you might think....

Long Covid is a bigger problem than we thought

Long Covid is a bigger problem than we thought

The long Covid problem might be bigger than we thought. A large study has revealed that one in three Covid-19 survivors have suffered symptoms three to six months after getting infected, with breathing problems, abdominal symptoms such as abdominal pain, change of...

9/11 Twenty Years Later: How it Still Affects Our Mental Health

9/11 Twenty Years Later: How it Still Affects Our Mental Health

Every September we as a nation commemorate the massive loss of American lives on September 11th, 2001. We come together to honor and respect the lives lost in the attacks as well as the lives of the extremely brave first responders that were lost in attempts to save...

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