Posts Tagged ‘USA Today’

By On January 7th, 2014

One Week Later: How To Keep Your New Year’s Resolution

New Year’s Day was just a week ago, but statistically the majority of us have already given up on our resolutions. It is the same pattern that plays out every year. We enter the New Year with optimism and a goal, but in the end 88% of all resolutions result in failure. They don’t have…


By On November 11th, 2013

Does Being Bilingual Delay The Onset Of Dementia?

Everyone wants to learn another language, but many of us never get around to it or truly commit. We romanticize being able to communicate in another language and speak with the cultured Europeans we imagine or to simply be able to have a meaningful conversation with the Latino neighbors. But, we rarely imagine the actual…


By On August 12th, 2013

Chris Brown’s Seizure Could Happen to Anyone

Friday morning, 24-year-old famed R&B singer Chris Brown suffered a non-epileptic seizure while working in a Los Angeles studio. Of course, social media exploded in questionable responses to his health issues and much speculation about drug use, disease, or simply karma. Brown, known for the song Look At Me Now may not be the public’s…


By On May 27th, 2013

Change In Treatment Of Grief Sparks Debate

Experts in the field of mental health are currently at-odds over a recent change that will, at one time or another, affect all of us. With the release of the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, grief can be treated as major depressive disorder only two-weeks after the death of…

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