Until there's a central information source, consumers will have to use their research skills, plus a little telephone work.
Dwelling on negative feelings caused by daily stressors leads to poorer health decades later.
Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience take their case to Congress
A new set of guidelines and recommendations helps healthcare organizations establish policies and programs that promote physician well-being.
Depression affects up to 1 in 7 women during or after pregnancy. Among those who screen positive, 78 percent don't get mental health treatment.
Tolerance may add to problem, expert says.
Hospitalized drivers aged 60 to 69 in states with in-person renewal laws were 38% less likely to have dementia than drivers in states without such laws.
Five IT innovations that health leaders can bet on to help their organizations deliver better care.
A five-month-long effort to study how to fix what some say is Michigan's "broken" mental health system has concluded.
Half of Virginia’s budget for mental health services goes to state hospitals that serve only 2 percent of the mentally ill population.