Self-Care Tools for Mental Health

The holidays are always stressful, but this year is gearing up to be even more intense. COVID-19 cases are rising across the country, 12 million Americans are unemployed, and 19 million could face eviction in January. In addition, many people will not see their families for the winter holidays and will miss their cherished traditions. This December, it’s more important than ever to support your mental health with some self-care.

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Mental Health Exercise

Depression can take on many forms and often goes undiagnosed. Living with it can significantly decrease your quality of life. It can make you feel fatigued, drained of hope, and enthusiasm. It can make your relationships and work difficult, and can even affect your health. There are way to combat depression, which we will review…

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We’ve heard this phrase frequently during this season. Never seen a pandemic of this kind in 100 years. Never seen protests of this size with a variety of races and cultures marching together. On this inaugural episode of The Public Health Problem of Racism we discuss how we got here, what can we do here,…

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