September. Students and parents are not the only ones coping with the stress that comes from this time of transition. Teachers — from kindergarten to grad school – are also faced with a plethora of unknowns, eager anticipation, unrealistic expectations placed on them by parents, students, administrators, and perhaps of themselves. While a quick Google… Read More Stress: September’s Song
It will give you (and them) a heads up to be aware of possible serious conditions that may be hereditary, such as heart disease, diabetes, or sickle cell disease. … Many hazards in the home are overlooked, but easy to fix, such as picking up scatter rugs, installing grips in the shower or tub, picking up clutter, such as books or magazines, off of the floor and stairs.
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In the wake of the Tucson shooting, our mental health system needs another look.… Read More The Stigma of Mental Health and the Shooting in Tuscon
health disparities are still an all too real problem in the U.S.… Read More Health Disparities Still a Huge Problem