The Real Cause Of The Childhood Mental Health Crisis | The Daily Wire

The Real Cause Of The Childhood Mental Health Crisis | The Daily Wire

Around a century ago, the Spanish Flu killed 700,000 people in this country. In terms of casualty count, that pandemic was deadlier than both World Wars, plus the wars in Vietnam and Korea, combined. The average life expectancy in this country dropped by 12 years virtually overnight. Many of the dead were young people. And … Read more

Pregnancy after 35 is more common. Is U.S. health care keeping up?

Sara Toups read countless stories about people who discovered problems later in their pregnancy who, because of abortion bans, couldnt access medical care. She feared that if she discovered any complications, no doctor in Louisiana would be able to help her.

This article was published in partnership with The 19th, a newsroom reporting on gender, politics and policy. Sara Toups thought it was early signs of menopause. Her breasts were sore, her belly bloated with discomfort. She started to wonder if she had missed her period. Shouldnt she have gotten it weeks ago? Toups was 44 … Read more

Doctors have found a medical name for the ‘meh’ feeling — and it could be a serious mood condition affecting 10 million Americans

Persistent depressive disorder (PDD) — or feeling 'meh' — affects about three percent of Americans, or 10 million

Persistent depressive disorder is a lesser-known form of mild depression It affects 10 million Americans of all ages, with women being more susceptible Read more: Sleeping less than five hours increases risk of depression By Emily Joshu Health Reporter for Dailymail.Com Published by: 12:47 EST, 5 December 2023 | Updated: 12:51 EST, 5 December 2023 … Read more

Ranking Member Cassidy Requests Information from Stakeholders on Improving Americans Access to Gene Therapies | The U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor & Pensions

Ranking Member Cassidy Requests Information from Stakeholders on Improving Americans Access to Gene Therapies | The U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor & Pensions

WASHINGTON Today, U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy, M.D. (R-LA), ranking member of the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee, requested information from stakeholders on ways to improve and protect access to gene therapies for Americans with ultra-rare diseases. Reports show that by the end of 2034 over one million patients will receive a gene … Read more

Rosalynn Carter, first lady who championed mental health, dies at 96

Rosalynn Carter, first lady who championed mental health, dies at 96

She sat in on Cabinet meetings of her husband, Jimmy Carter, advised on policy issues and pushed Congress to pass mental health legislation November 19, 2023 at 3:18 p.m. EST Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter at the Democratic National Convention at New York’s Madison Square Garden on July 15, 1976. (AP) Comment Add to your … Read more