Latest by Jerry Kennard, Ph.D.
Stress can come from many different places and be short-lived or long-lasting. Based on the factors contributing to your stress, symptoms and treatment may vary. Acute Stress Acute Stress is short-lived. It can be beneficial and create motivation. Fo...
ADD and ADHD are distinct conditions, though they share many of the same symptoms. Their differences do not make one better or worse than the other, but gaining a proper understanding of each condition will arm you with the information you need to cr...
Your mind can have a powerful effect on your gut, especially if you live with IBS. Here's 9 reasons people with IBS should consider their mental health.
An emergency or natural disaster can throw your diabetes management off track. Here's how to mentally prepare yourself to keep your condition under control.
Hand washing, repeatedly checking on things, excessive organization, and ruminating about relationships are among the hallmarks of obsessive compulsive disorder. Learn about even more and what to do.
The factors that put people with ADHD more at risk for SAD, and the different treatment options available.
Acute stress disorder (ASD) occurs after a traumatic event of some kind. Learn how to identify and treat ASD in the elderly.
Follow these self-care strategies to help reduce feelings of stress and guilt through mindfulness, laughter, and good food.
Before you break the news of metastatic breast cancer to your family, think about what you'll say and tailor the amount of information according to their age.