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How to talk to children about coronavirus

Every news outlet seems to be talking nonstop about the new coronavirus, which is causing an illness called COVID-19. Many parents understandably are sharing concerns, too — at least among friends and families. Even at school, children are hearing about this new virus and registering that some adults seem worried. Given all the discussion about...

How to Keep Work Stress from Taking Over Your Life

Work-related stress can get the best of us all. Emails, Slack messages, phones ringing off the hook, your co-worker dropping by for an impromptu meeting, it’s enough to make anyone frazzled. Feeling some tension is normal, especially if you’re facing a looming deadline or challenging assignment. But when work stress becomes chronic, it can end...

Can Stress and Anxiety Cause Erectile Dysfunction?

Stress, Anxiety, & Erectile Dysfunction Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common condition that affects men over the age of 20. As you age, your risk for ED increases. But having trouble maintaining an erection isn’t always related to age. Many men will experience ED at some point. The good news is that the cause of your ED...

Stress and Weight Gain: Understanding the Connection

If there’s one thing that unites us, it’s stress. Unfortunately, all of this excess stress can lead to an increase in weight. And whether the extra weight is a result of overeating and unhealthy food choices, or your body’s response to increased levels of cortisol, getting a handle on stress is a priority if you want to...

Hormonal Imbalance (Tests & Diagnosis)

Tests and Diagnosis There’s no single test available for doctors to diagnose a hormonal imbalance. Begin by making an appointment with your doctor for a physical exam. Be prepared to describe your symptoms and the timeline along which they’ve occurred. Bring a list of all medications, vitamins, and supplements you’re currently taking. Your doctor may ask...