1. Live Longer; Be an Optimist

    Live Longer; Be an Optimist

    Repetitive negative thinking may be a new risk factor for dementia, says Dr. Natalie Marchant, a psychiatrist and senior research fellow in the department of mental health at University College London. Negative thinking, such as ruminating about the past and worrying about the future, were measured …Read More

  2. 90 Seconds of SelfCare: 4 Ways to Combat Depression

    SelfCare expert, nurse and Hall of Fame Speaker LeAnn Thieman shares 4 ways to combat depression. To learn  more about caring for your mind, body and spirit contact SelfCare for HealthCare™. Contact me today to discuss implementing this powerful program at your facility.  Interested in LeAnn T…Read More

  3. Nurse Suicides Increasing!

    Nursing is one of many occupations with increasing rates of suicide. Researchers from the University of California at San Diego conducted the first nationwide investigation into nurse suicides in more than 20 years. They found that both male and female nurses had higher rates of suicide than non-nu…Read More

  4. Nearly One in Ten Americans Suffers From Depression

    Nearly one in 10 U.S. adults has depression; the rate is almost twice as high for women as men. According to a report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, national survey data showed that more than 8% of adults aged 20 and older suffer from low mood. The researchers reported tha…Read More