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Mental health

4 Mistakes You’re Making with Mental Health Resolutions

Imagine a year without anxiety, depression, and mood disorder symptoms. Could 2021 be the year you’re in control of your mental health? Traditionally, the new year acts as a clean slate, with[...]

What Medical Professionals Want You to Know About COVID-19 and Mental Health

Healthcare professionals on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic have an important message to share with you for the days, weeks, and months ahead of us. As we confront the second wave of[...]

By KCLA | January 12th, 2021 | Categories: Mental Health

Recovering from 2020: 20 Things We Learned from the Worst Year Ever

We had such high hopes for 2020. It certainly had a great ring to it! The year was full of promise with the Summer Olympics and a presidential election to look forward to. It was supposed to be a[...]

Food for Better Thoughts: Depression-Fighting SuperFoods

Is there such a thing as a depression diet? Thinking of food as fuel for your body is a mindset shift that could help ease your depression symptoms and prolong the beneficial effects of Ketamine[...]

Mental Health Checklist in Times of Crisis

Life today is tense. Fear, anger, sadness and social isolation are affecting our health, both mentally and physically. Between the pandemic and recent protests, the wear and tear on our mental[...]

By KCLA | September 1st, 2020 | Categories: Anxiety, Stress, Tools for Better Mental Health, Mental Health

Your End-of-Summer Quarantine Bucket List for Better Mental Health

With summer coming to an end and stay-at-home guidelines relaxing in many areas, we’re still coming to terms with finding new ways to deal with our “new normal." 

How Mental Health Affects Communities of Color

After the civil rights movement in the 1960s, many people began to embrace a “colorblind” mentality by focusing on equal treatment regardless of race. In recent years, there has been increasing[...]

By KCLA | July 28th, 2020 | Categories: Depresssion, Mental Health

Suicides & Overdoses: The Coronavirus Deaths Nobody Is Talking About

When we imagine the victims of coronavirus (COVID-19), we think of the thousands of Americans who have lost their lives in this pandemic. We think of the people who may spend weeks fighting for[...]

By KCLA | May 21st, 2020 | Categories: Anxiety, Depresssion, Suicide, Stress, Mental Health

This Simple Stress Reducing Trick Can Change Your Life

When anxiety or major depression plague your everyday life, it may seem trivial to remind yourself to breathe through it. However, a study published in The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry found[...]

Living Wellderly: How Seniors Can Combat Depression

Depression is a common problem among seniors, but it is NOT a normal part of aging. In fact, studies show that most older adults feel satisfied with their lives, despite the emotional and physical[...]

By KCLA | May 6th, 2020 | Categories: Depresssion, Mental Health
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