More than a year after shelter-in-place orders rolled out across North Texas, life as you knew it pre-COVID may be starting to take shape again. But what if you're facing hesitation to get back out there? There's a term for that uneasiness: "cave syndrome."
Can having COVID-19 be a risk factor for developing a new mental health disorder? According to a recent study published in the Lancet Journal of Psychiatry, possibly so.
While we're all eager to get back to "normal" during the pandemic, it may be giving rise to a unique form of anxiety: high-functioning anxiety.
The holidays bring visions of cheer for many, but for others, the end of the year feels anything but merry. The approach of the holiday season may cause periodic feelings of the winter blues for
The Coronavirus pandemic has dominated our lives since March, and it seems we can’t turn on the TV, scroll through social media or have a conversation without discussing it. While most of us know someone
With COVID-19 cases surging and likely to continue in the coming months, our Texas Health caregivers continue their battle for us and our community. These selfless heroes have made and continue to make endless sacrifices
Many people are seeking mental health guidance now due to COVID-related anxiety driven by job loss, financial hardship or concerns about returning to an office environment. But what credentials and experience should you look for
For some North Texas men, the era of the novel Coronavirus has surfaced new and raw emotions driven by factors like job loss, change in financial situation, or concern for family members’ health and safety.
During a rare trip outside of her home to pick up prescriptions, Anita V. spotted a homeless man at a red light. As the 82-year-old grandmother rolled down her window to pass along a few
As humans, we gravitate to opportunities that seem to give us control, a sense of security and safety. It makes us feel more comfortable, especially in times like we’re experiencing now. But these times are