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Too much exercise can lead to health problems, causing not just physical problems but psychological harm too.
We talked with Dr. Harding to learn more about her book, "The Rabbit Effect," and about the hidden factors that make us healthy.
The best way to support women’s mental health is to implement policies that improve access to health care systems, family leave, food security, and housing, Dr. Elizabeth Fitelson said.
"Humans evolved with the neurocircuitry to see another person as special," writes Amir Levine, MD, an associate professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia.
Source:MetroFocusMarch 20, 2020
Dr. Brian Fallon shares his recommendations on how to manage anxiety while remaining safe.
Source:Psychology TodayMarch 20, 2020
“We face an unprecedented time, a worldwide pandemic, in which no one will be spared in one way or another,” writes Dr. Lloyd Sederer.
Source:MSNBCMarch 17, 2020
Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman answers viewers' questions regarding coping with the Coronavirus.
Source:NY1March 13, 2020
Dr. Anne Marie Albano shares some thoughts and expert advice on how to cope in the midst of an unprecedented global health crisis.
Source:Good HousekeepingMarch 13, 2020
Dr. Jeffrey Cohen says being aware of your anxiety may also help you better manage it in future instances.
Source:Good Morning AmericaMarch 9, 2020
"Even though it might feel relieving in the moment to look at exactly where coronavirus is and if it's spread, that's actually leading to more and more anxiety," Dr. Anthony Puliafico said.
Source:ABC NewsMarch 6, 2020
Dr. Anthony Puliafico explains how to cope with stress and anxiety as the COVID-19 outbreak begins to become real to Americans.
Source:NBC TodayMarch 3, 2020
“Anxiety, when it’s at the right level, encourages us to take positive action,” said Dr. Kelli Harding.
Source:ShapeFebruary 21, 2020
"Dark chocolate is quite good for the brain," says Dr. Drew Ramsey. "It is full of compounds that boost mood and concentration."
Source:Men's JournalJanuary 9, 2020
“You may need to go back for a second or third session before you get a sense of whether it’s a good fit for you,” says Dr. Ravi N. Shah.