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True Health Begins With The Mind

We can measure health and wellness in multiple ways. They are usually broken down into various diagnoses that often fail to provide a picture of a healthy body and mind. While there is incredible life-saving progress in modern-day western medicine, a less...

Mental Fitness is Just as Important as Physical Fitness

Going to the gym, home workouts, and doing yoga often come up, among others, when talking about health. After all, physical fitness helps reduce the risk of various ailments like diabetes and cardiovascular disease while also helping manage one’s weight. Treating...

Dr. Kellie Stecher: Mental and Psychological Well-Being of Medical Professionals in the Workplace

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Pediatricians Are Concerned about More Serious Child Abuse Cases As Pandemic Continues

As predicted by sources in the spring, child abuse rates during coronavirus lock-down are reaching disturbing highs.  Hospitals are seeing more serious injuries in smaller and smaller victims.  The virus has not given up and as a result, the child abuse...

6 Disease Trends You Should Be Aware Of During The Pandemic

How is COVID-19 affecting our health? The good, the bad, and the ugly We can all agree that the coronavirus has had a sweeping impact on our lives. Everyone has learned to adjust their jobs, social activities, shopping and more. That doesn’t even factor in the looming...

What Covid-19 Has Taught Us About Mental Health

Near the beginning of 2020, Americans everywhere enjoyed viral videos of Italian neighborhoods serenading each other from their balconies, coming up with interesting ways to work out, and many other humorous ways of coping with the strict quarantine that was in place....

Strategies Top Psychologists Use to Stay Sane while Stuck at Home

On rainy days, everyone knows the feeling of looking out their window to see the gloomy skies and trickling raindrops and thinking, “There’s nothing I’d rather do than stay home and curl up in my favorite cozy blanket with a cup of tea and a good book.” Sadly,...

Drop in Preterm Births During COVID has Doctors Confused

A baffling new phenomenon is emerging in labor and delivery wards across the globe, and it’s something of a pleasant surprise to medical professionals: Since COVID-19, the premature birth rate in many countries has sharply dropped, resulting in more full-term births...

Dr. Louis Pierucci Spotlight

Born in 1928, Louis Pierucci was raised and spent most of his life in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area. His father, Dr. Pierucci, describes a real-life testimony to the American dream - having come from an Italian immigrant family, Mr. Pierucci was able to start a...

Major General (Retired) Robert F. “Bob” Dees and The National Center for Healthy Veterans

Lurking in the shadows of our communities is a hidden enemy. It creeps into the mind, poisoning it, convincing those who once stood strong that their strength has faded away. This enemy is suicide, and it has come for our veterans.  Suicide is on the rise among...

Mental Health

True Health Begins With The Mind

True Health Begins With The Mind

We can measure health and wellness in multiple ways. They are usually broken down into various diagnoses that often fail to provide a picture of a...

Dr. Louis Pierucci Spotlight

Dr. Louis Pierucci Spotlight

Born in 1928, Louis Pierucci was raised and spent most of his life in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area. His father, Dr. Pierucci, describes a...

Healthy Choices Every Time (Part 2)

Healthy Choices Every Time (Part 2)

Got excuses? I've learned that excuses are layered on top of emotions, usually doubt, fear, anger, shame, blame, or resentment, and I've found that...

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