Your device helped you stay safe at home for a year — here’s how it can help you get ready for the world again, too.
Last year, when the pandemic suddenly shut down our very big worlds and pushed them into tiny isolated spaces, we had to learn to adapt. Part of that learning curve last spring was centered on creating a conscious balance to mitigate the always-on digital mobile-first existence that kept us connected to the world, while simultaneously keeping us safely away from each other in hope of flattening the curve.
New Exploratory Analyses Presented From ENLIGHTEN-2 Study of LYBALVI™ in Patients With Schizophrenia
DUBLIN, April 22, 2021 /3BL Media/ -- Alkermes plc (Nasdaq: ALKS) recently announced the presentation of new research from its psychiatry portfolio at the 2021 Congress of the Schizophrenia International Research Society (SIRS), taking place virtually April 17-21, 2021.
Alongside the The STARR Coalition, we recognize the need to support mental health research. Scientific, evidence-based mental health research is essential. To learn more about our commitment to supporting mental health clinical research and how to take actionable steps, visit: https://bit.ly/3bSkreC
Many people have experienced a number of pandemic-related consequences. And for some, COVID-19 has also driven a concerning increase in alcohol consumption. Alcohol Awareness Month is a good time to take a deeper look at your drinking habits.
As America’s mental health crisis spirals and pounds particularly hard on Black and BIPOC communities, and members of Gen Z, more than 200 businesses and nonprofits are uniting for the inaugural Mental Health Action Day on Thursday, May 20. Their emphasis is on the word action.
In its latest Sustainability Report, the CLP Group highlighted its efforts in keeping the workforce safe and well, while remaining focused on supporting the development of employees in a world disrupted by the global COVID-19 pandemic.
This National Minority Health Month, we’re learning more about the disproportionate prevalence of mental illness, socioeconomic disparities & barriers to care in minority communities. While many factors can contribute to this inequity, resources like telehealth may help.
Despite the challenges of COVID-19, Morgan Stanley’s initiative aimed at helping young people cope with anxiety and depression, has made meaningful strides.
When the Morgan Stanley Alliance for Children’s Mental Health launched in February 2020, depression and anxiety among young people were already at a two-decade high, a crisis exacerbated by stigma and lack of treatment, particularly in vulnerable communities.1