A health psychologist discusses the 'nocebo' effect and the power of expectation.
The case for making virtual abortion care widely available was already strong. The pandemic made it airtight.
Mild anxiety can be 'adaptive.' Excessive anxiety? Not so much. Fortunately, there are effective ways to manage it.
Mass crises frequently find their way into talk therapy. The coronavirus is on another level.
My goal as a physician is to bring the national discussion about anti-racism into medicine. This is no small task.
A conversation about contact tracing, 'COVID brain' and other weird, stressful parts of dealing with the coronavirus.
It might feel awkward to hash out relationship problems through a screen, but knowing what to expect can improve the experience.
This labor-intensive process is one of our best tools for combatting epidemics.
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