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Not maintaining consistent eating times can lead to poor mental health, including depression and anxiety, cardio-metabolic diseases and weight gain, according to Medical Xpress. A doctoral student in the field of neuropsychiatry and a psychiatrist focusing on nutrition and mood disorders found that eating rhythms can be used to limit negative moods and increase mental […]
The Committee on Oversight and Reform in the US House of Representatives says that at least 36 historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs)have received bomb threats since January 2020. During Black History Month in February, more than a dozen of the schools were targeted. (There are 101 HBCUs in the US) To date, no bombs […]
After a false start in September 2021, companies are finally transitioning their employees back to the office. The office will more than likely look and operate differently because of the pandemic. As a result of COVID-19’s impact, some workers may be nervous about their return. The Anxiety and Depression Association of America, says employees have […]
As we close out Mental Health Awareness Month, it’s important for us to remember this Memorial Day Weekend that there are people grappling with serious mental health challenges that can cause a downward spiral into dark thoughts and spaces – even during times where joyous occasion and celebration is on everyone’s agenda. How can we […]
Rep. Carla Cunningham of the 106th District in the North Carolina House of Representatives, Joan Been, President and CEO of Living Waters, Inc. and Dr. Sonyia C. Richardson, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Educator and Assistant Professor at UNC Charlotte have all dedicated years advocating for mental health and awareness. Whether in the state legislature, classroom […]