This episode of ‘Show Me the Science’ details how children, particularly those with special needs, have been affected by behavioral and emotional turmoil caused by COVID-19
The university develops a new “curriculum” to help members of our community cope during the pandemic.
When the scariest parenting moment happened, I didn’t know where to turn. After months of talking with experts, we’re on the path to healing.
This episode of ‘Show Me the Science’ explores the need for health-care providers and others to maintain mental health and exercise self-care during these trying times
Instead of compounding stress in December — simplify
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Email In this Q&A, Deanna Barch discusses her path to a research career, the importance of interdisciplinary inquiry in health and medicine, and the big questions that drive her work. Barch was recently elected to the National Academy of Medicine.
In great need of in-person supports, developmentally disabled are overlooked in pandemic-related decisions, experts say
Fear of contracting or spreading COVID-19 might be increasing the severity of these symptoms, notes Dr. Cynthia Rogers.
Psychiatrist discusses mental health during COVID-19 pandemic
Hero worship alone doesn’t protect frontline clinicians from distress