Midlife Isn’t a Crisis, Sleep, Stress, and Happiness Feels Like A Little

With soomi lee, University of South Florida Less one-fifth of Americans they say they are actually experiencing a midlife crisis. Yet there are some common misconceptions that people have about middle age. according to me work middle ageand especially how people at this stage of life experience sleep and stress. In my research, I have …

Antibiotic Resistance at Crisis Point – State Support

Andre Hudson, Rochester Institute of Technology Antibiotic resistance is one of the most important health problems of the 21st century. And time is already running out to stop its dire consequences. the rise multidrug resistant bacteria It has already led to a significant increase in human diseases and deaths. US Centers for Disease Control and …

Americans in a Mental Health Crisis – African Americans in particular

By Brad R. Fulton, Indiana University centuries of systemic racism and everyday discrimination He left a big mark in the USA. mental health burden The past few years have taken a particularly heavy toll on African-American communities. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention It shows that black Americans are twice as likely …

Pandemic Exposes Increasing Suicide Crisis for Communities of Color

Aneri Pattani, Kaiser Health News This story is a collaboration between KHN and “Science Friday.” Hear a conversation between KHN national correspondent Aneri Pattani and Science Friday’s director of news and radio projects, John Dankosky. Rafiah Maxie has been a licensed clinical social worker in the Chicago area for ten years. During this time, he …