12-Year-Old Creates Self-Care Workshop For Students Struggling During PandemicA 12-year-old from Boston used a grant from Boston Public Health Commission to design a self-care workshop for fellow students.
Sports Psychologist: Emotional Health Important For NFL Players During Coronavirus PandemicThe coronavirus pandemic has made the game more challenging to play mentally for the athletes, coaches and the entire organization.
UMass Memorial Medical Center Treats Psychiatric Patients With Covid-19 In New UnitAt UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, there is a new unit treating COVID-19 patients that is unlike the others.
Coronavirus Impact: Healthcare Workers' Mental Health In JeopardyHealthcare workers are facing unprecedented stress fighting the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus Front Lines: $100K Donation To Support Mental HealthTo support the men and women, working on the front lines against coronavirus, the Newton-based Ruderman Family Foundation is donating $100,000 to Mass General.
Coronavirus Taking Huge Toll On Mental Health, Psychologists SayPsychologists say the coronavirus outbreak is taking a big emotional toll on the population.
Coronavirus Causing Spike In Patients For Mental Health ProvidersAs millions of people try to cope with the stress of the coronavirus pandemic, mental health care providers are seeing more patients.
Coronavirus, Quarantines Pose New Challenges For Mental Illness SufferersA local therapist is promoting emotional closeness while we all social distance.
Five Ways To Improve Your Mental Health In 2020You can take scientifically validated steps to improve your mental outlook, and -- because the mind and body are entwined -- these behaviors also will improve your overall health.
Feeling Blue? Sunday Sadness Is A Real ThingOne study found 81% of more than 1,000 respondents said they became progressively more anxious as their restful Sunday came to a close.
Study: College Students Can Improve Depression Symptoms By Eating HealthyMany college students experience symptoms of depression, but a new Australian study found that simply changing what they eat could make a difference.