Could Tanning Be Addictive?

Research shows that tanning might be more than for vanity – it could be an addictive behavior.

By Eileen Bailey

A Student Mental Health Bill of Rights: What's Needed?

What is required to support students in college with regard to mental health needs? A college mental health advocate starts with three places to start.

By Peter Chlebogiannis

Top Resources for Help with Anxiety

Where to go for help with anxiety? Start with this list of nine top resources, including help for veterans, students, and employees.

By Eileen Bailey

College Depression: 6 Things You Should Know

A growing number of college students are diagnosed with depression. Learn what triggers depression during these years and what you can do about it.

By Peter Chlebogiannis

More U.S. College Campuses Are Tobacco-Free

More than twice as many colleges and universities in the United States were smoke- or tobacco-free in 2017 than in 2012, according to the CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.

By Diane Domina

How Can You Rock Vacation With Psoriatic Arthritis?

You can have an exciting vacation (maybe spring break?) with psoriatic arthritis. Avoiding alcohol, sticking to your medication schedule, and pacing yourself can help.

By Tracy Davenport, Ph.D.

The Health Benefits of Teen Friendships

Teens with close friends tend to have less social anxiety than popular peers during early adulthood.

By Eileen Bailey

'Gap Year' Depression?

Often missing from discussions about pros and cons of a gap year is its potential emotional effect.

By Jerry Kennard, Ph.D., CPsychol., AFBPsS

The Three Personal Skills That Can Improve College Success

College is a life-changing experience, and sharpening these skills can help any teen find personal success on campus.

By Eileen Bailey

Tackling Your Freshman Year Of College With IBD

Expert advice for navigating your first year on a college campus with IBD, from someone who’s gone through it.

By Mandy Morgan