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Nashville Mayor’s son dies of drug overdose, media reports state
Posted in Addiction

The death of Nashville Mayor Megan Barry’s son on July 29, apparently due to a drug overdose, has once again raked up one of the most burning issues troubling the United States today. Drug overdose has killed millions of people across the country. The Mayor’s son, Max Barry, died in Littleton, Colo., a suburb of […]


International Day of Friendship: Finding ways to forge meaningful friendships under the cloud of SAD

A life bereft of genuine relationships or friendships holds no meaning. A recent study by Harvard researchers revealed that a person’s relationships and happiness in relationships have a big impact on his/her health as it helps delay mental and physical decline. However, for people suffering from social anxiety disorder (SAD), making friends is a monumental […]


Health Bill Crashes and Burns in the Senate
Posted in Health

by Lise Millay Stevens In a stunning blow to the Trump administration’s ability to govern, and seven years of ‘repeal and replace Obamacare’ promises from the GOP, Senate Republicans killed the health care bill in a dramatic late-night vote yesterday. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) who, despite a recent diagnosis of brain cancer cast the decisive […]


9 weird mental health disorders that can freak anyone out
Posted in Mental Health

Across the globe, there are millions who struggle not only with mental health issues but also the stigma and discrimination associated with psychiatric problems. In fact, many individuals believe that coming out as being gay or speaking about their battle with bankruptcy is much easier than confessing a mental health condition. The National Alliance on […]


Trumpcare Gains an Inch
Posted in Health

In a nail-biter for the GOP, Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) managed to snag enough votes to bring the Trump administration’s wildly unpopular Better Care Reconciliation Act to proceed to the floor of the Senate for consideration. In a dramatic bid to get the BCRA to the floor, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), recently diagnosed […]


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