The American Academy of Pediatrics in a new report is encouraging middle and high schools to push back start times. Students in later starting schools have less daytime sleepiness, fewer tardies, fewer attention difficulties and better school performance compared to students in early-starting schools. Thankfully, as my daughter starts middle school she begins at 8:30 which […]
The tragic and shocking death of beloved comic and actor Robin Williams has slammed us with mental health media attention. If a man such as Robin Williams could quietly suffer so desperately with Depression and addiction we should be more vigilant and aware; encouraging and affirming those who need treatment. Mental health awareness needs to stay on the societal […]
Warning signs of suicide and free resources for help from the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
Do not let your kids see this! Researchers found that in a group of 60 to 89 year olds playing video games improved depression and cognitive functions better than antidepressants. I wouldn’t worry too much. The researchers say the effect is likely limited to older adults because depression is only linked to executive functioning in […]