Eating Disorder ‘Hardly’ Supports Families Struggling with a Mental Health Condition

Sarah, a Melbourne mother, has been supporting her 18-year-old daughter to recover from anorexia nervosa for the past seven years, with the help of Sarah Glenn’s father. Taking care of Elise is a 24/7 job—Sarah constantly watches her daughter, making sure she eats six meals a day, and that she doesn’t secretly exercise in her … Read more

Student mental health crisis

Editor’s Note: In this Show the futureStudents discuss mental health. Next week we will be asking, “Recent shootings have once again increased calls for gun control. Should we tighten gun control as much as the Second Amendment allows? Should we have a constitutional amendment that repeals the original Second Amendment?” Students must click here To … Read more

Planning recent years: where to find help | health

Developing a final year plan may seem overwhelming, but it really boils down to one word: communication. Speaking is among the most important aspects of this plan, according to experts from Dignity Memorial®–a funeral and event planning organization–and Home Instead®. Communication with professionals and family can help ensure that the important elements of the plan … Read more

The next epidemic: mental illness

A long term for what the United States often does with the mentally ill is “storage”. Out of sight and out of mind. This ends. They are everywhere – on the streets, in our homes, in our schools and prisons. Emerging from the Covid-19 pandemic, America is overflowing with people with a wide range of … Read more

Religious proponents of abortion rights say God is on their side | Health, medicine and fitness

By Claire Galovaro, National Staff Writer for The Associated Press TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) – It was lunch hour at the abortion clinic, so the nurse in the recovery room took her Bible out of her bag in the closet and started reading. Her favorite proverb says, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and … Read more

CDC is monitoring 6 people in the US for possible rare monkeypox, and says the public ‘shouldn’t be concerned’

Currently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is monitoring six people in the United States for possible monkeypox infections after they sat near an infected traveler who developed symptoms during a flight from Nigeria to the United Kingdom in early May. Separately, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials are investigating a confirmed monkeypox … Read more

Eating a Big Mac every day is honestly a good thing

Donald Gorske on the throne of the Big Macpicture: Guinness World Records Some people are destined for greatness. Some become scholars. Some mediation of peace treaties to save the world. Some have eaten a Big Mac for lunch every day for 50 years in a row. I am referring, of course, to Donald Gorsky, the … Read more

How to become more grateful, and why it will make you happier, healthier, and more resilient

Which of these things is gone for you now? family. friends. love. health. Freedom from wars and natural disasters. imagination. social communication. roof over our heads. Public morals. hopefull. opportunity. memories. financial stability. Favorite places. days off from work. Good weather. The golden age of television. books. a musician. Ice cream. Weekends. Friendly exchange. Something … Read more

Inflation makes everyone spend more, but it may be the engine to save our money — and our planet

Inflation worries many Americans — a jump in the price of groceries and gas means paying more for fewer items, and potentially restricting any savings in the future. But it could also be an opportunity to rethink daily spending, and perhaps even help the environment. There is a link between consumer spending and climate change. … Read more

Tea and commercials: North Korea is fighting COVID with a few tools

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) – On a recent night’s visit to a pharmacy, double-masked Kim Jong-un lamented the slow delivery of medicines. Separately, aides to the North Korean leader have quarantined hundreds of thousands of suspected COVID-19 patients He urged people with mild symptoms to eat willow leaves or honeysuckle. Despite what North Korean propaganda … Read more