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Ready or not, the holiday season is upon us! Whether you’re host or guest, traveling or celebrating at home, Dr. Mia Finkelston offers tips for reducing stress and staying healthy.
Asking for help with behavioral health issues can be difficult. It can help to know the differences between psychology and psychiatry – and which one might be best for you.
What is self-care, how can it benefit your physical and mental health, and how can make it part of your daily life? Get tips for taking better care of you.
It’s another COVID-19 flu season. How can you protect yourself, how can you tell if it’s flu or COVID-19, and what should you do if you get sick? Here are five tips that can help.
During COVID-19, how can you help kids focus on Halloween fun instead of the fright, and still keep them safe? Follow these tips for a Healthy Halloween.
Healthy friendships can benefit your physical and mental health, your mood, and even how long you live. Here are 5 ways you can build healthy friendships.
Good self-esteem can help you pursue success, happiness and positive relationships; low self-esteem is linked to depression, anxiety, addiction and poor relationships. Learn ways to boost your self-esteem.
If your child is sneezing and sniffling and has a runny nose, it could be seasonal allergies or it could be a cold. How can you tell the difference – and what can you do to help your child get relief?
After months of pandemic lockdown and online learning, this year’s back-to-school season may be more anxiety-inducing than usual. Get tips to help your child — and you — manage the transition.
Every relationship faces moments of conflict. Having the skills to manage conflicts can determine whether they become major blowups — or help strengthen your relationship. Here are some tips to better manage conflicts.
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