Veteran Mental Health Services Will See Increase In Those Seeking Treatment

The United States Department of Veteran Affairs had been preparing for an increase in mental health services. Our country is nearing the 20-year marker of the 9/11 attacks. It comes as veterans are grappling with the collapse of the Afghanistan government. “It’s kind of disturbing to watch it,” said veteran Rick Murillo. He spent 11Continue reading “Veteran Mental Health Services Will See Increase In Those Seeking Treatment”

Kenyan Man Comes To Terms With Mental Health And Manhood

For 12 years, Edwin Mburu battled with alcohol addiction. His first sip was in 2003 soon after finishing his Form Four from Murang’a High School – just for fun. For a dozen years later, the alcohol became the regimen he could not do without. Without it, he felt hopeless and empty. Relatives and friends couldContinue reading “Kenyan Man Comes To Terms With Mental Health And Manhood”

Watch Mike Tyson, Wayne Brady On Traumatic Childhoods and Fatherhood: 11 Ways You Can Be A More Involved Dad

Involved Dads are Key to Preventing Childhood Trauma An “adverse childhood experience” (ACE) is an experience or event in a child’s life that creates trauma and, accordingly, leads to a negative outcome during childhood or later in life. Many children experience multiple ACEs. One in 10 children, for example, experience three or more ACEs. TheseContinue reading “Watch Mike Tyson, Wayne Brady On Traumatic Childhoods and Fatherhood: 11 Ways You Can Be A More Involved Dad”

Travis Barker Takes Next Step To Address PTSD With Kourtney Kardashian

For his first flight in over a decade, Travis took Kylie Jenner‘s private jet to Cabo, and was joined by Kourtney’s mom, Kris Jenner, and Kris’ boyfriend, Corey Gamble, TMZ reported. The Blink-182 drummer and his friend, Adam “DJ AM” Goldstein, were the only two survivors when their plane crashed on their way home from a show in South CarolinaContinue reading “Travis Barker Takes Next Step To Address PTSD With Kourtney Kardashian”

Stem Cell Research Used For Erectile Dysfunction

Results from a new study on stem cell therapy for erectile dysfunction (ED) show promise, says co-author Dr. Ernst von Schwarz. The study, “Intracavernous Injection of Stem Cell-Derived Bioactive Molecules for Erectile Dysfunction — a pilot phase non-randomized controlled trial,” was published Aug. 10, 2021, in Journal of Men’s Health.  “This is the largest study ever performed testing allogenic stemContinue reading “Stem Cell Research Used For Erectile Dysfunction”

Tired of your kids binging on YouTube in the middle of studying?

If you don’t have time to stand over your kids and police their activities, you may be interested in Circle parental control products, which allow you to be in control of what websites your children can access when they’re meant to be working.

Check in with your returning children

Mental health issues for young people around the world may have doubled since the COVID-19 pandemic began, according to the journal “Jama pediatrics.” Researchers surveyed more than 80,000 children and found that one in four exhibited symptoms of depression and one in five were experiencing anxiety. The numbers could continue an upward trend as the pandemicContinue reading “Check in with your returning children”

Hooked On Pleasure? Try a dopamine fast.

When we do something we enjoy the brain releases a little bit of dopamine and we feel good. But one of the most important discoveries in the field of neuroscience in the past 75 years is that pleasure and pain are processed in the same parts of the brain and that the brain tries hardContinue reading “Hooked On Pleasure? Try a dopamine fast.”