Roughly 50 million adults in the U.S. suffer from chronic pain. Chronic pain has been linked to reduced mobility and restricted daily activities, increased dependence on opioids, increased anxiety and depression and a reduced quality of life. If you are suffering from chronic pain, these tips may not eradicate your symptoms, but they may help ease your suffering.
With the school year back underway, children are learning to adjust to large changes that may impact a child's mental health, leading to increased anxiety. Are you concerned your child may be suffering from anxiety?
Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer for men in the United States. About one in 9 men will be diagnosed in their lifetime. Thankfully, through regular checkups and screening, most cases of prostate cancer are found early.
The coronavirus pandemic has put increased stress on many people and their families, leading to fear and anxiety about the new disease and what could happen as a result. If you are feeling increased stress and anxiety, you are not alone. Here are ways you can help manage your stress and anxiety.