Tag: substance abuse

Ask the Psychiatrist: When Do Eating Habits...

People’s relationship with food can be complicated. So much of what you eat – and how you eat – is...

January 27, 2022

Ask the Psychiatrist: Why Observe International Overdose...

“I’m so passionate about this subject because there are so many stigmas associated with substance use disorders – I hope...

August 31, 2021

Ask the Therapist: Alcohol, Addiction and the...

Last year when COVID-19 hit, alcohol became an essential coping mechanism for many Americans, spurring a 54 percent increase in...

August 19, 2021

Treating Substance Use Disorders During the Pandemic...

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected almost all areas of American life. These changes have dramatically increased feelings of uncertainty, stress,...

May 21, 2020

High Anxiety — Kids, School and Stress,...

What to look for in your child, and how you can help. With the new school year comes plenty of...

August 19, 2019

High Anxiety — Kids, School and Stress,...

With the new school year comes plenty of stress and anxiety for both students and parents. Being aware of the...

August 12, 2019

April Is Alcohol Awareness Month

Many would argue that alcohol is woven into the fabric of American life; most restaurants serve beer and wine, and...

April 13, 2016

Roundup: White House, CDC to Hold Summit...

The White House is inviting experts in mosquito control and public health to a one-day summit on the Zika virus...

March 4, 2016

Depression and Addiction: Know the Warning Signs

The recent passing of legendary actor and comedian Robin Williams sheds light on the complex issues of addiction and depression,...

August 13, 2014

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Roundup: First COVID-19 Booster for Kids...

FDA Authorizes First COVID-19 Booster for Children Ages 5 to 11 The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) this week authorized the first COVID-19 vaccine...

Postpartum Depression is a Mental Health...

Ultrasounds, pregnancy announcements, gender reveal parties, baby showers and childbirth classes—the events and celebrations centered around a new baby bring immeasurable joy to many expectant...

Neuro-Rehabilitation at Baptist Health: Putting Patients...

For many people who have suffered a neurological injury such as a stroke, movement disorder or brain injury, regaining movement and function can be a...

Stroke Awareness: Act F.A.S.T.

Strokes can happen to anyone, anywhere, at any time. Knowing the signs of stroke and seeking immediate medical attention are the keys to saving lives...

Cardiac Surgery Reinvented: Landmark Minimally Invasive...

Most people are familiar with the complexity and critical nature of “open-heart surgery” — whether it’s a triple, double, or a quadruple bypass. Of the...

Miami Cancer Institute Pharmacy Team Recognized...

Miami Cancer Institute’s Pharmacy Team has received the 2022 Warren E. Weaver/Richard P. Penna Award, presented annually by the Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS), according...

Help Finding the Best Mental Health...

Your anxiety has crept to new levels, you’re feeling overwhelmed at work, you’re having relationship difficulties, you find yourself wanting to withdraw from friends and...

After Daughter’s Death, Baptist Health Employee...

Soraya Morgynn Stevens loved the water. From her very first bath, she was always happiest when splashing in the tub, says her mother, Sophia Brizeus,...

Roundup: CDC’s Alert on Hepatitis Outbreak...

Details of CDC’s Alert on Outbreak of Hepatitis Among Kids Under 6 Years of Age The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued...

Urinary Leakage and Other Pelvic Floor...

You’re in good company if, in the middle of your tennis game, you feel an unmistakable wetness in your pants. Urinary incontinence, or involuntary urine...