Mental Health

Latest health education resources from Health by Design


Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) in Children and Teens

All children and teens have some anxiety. It's a normal part of growing up. But sometimes worries and fears don’t go away. They may interfere with a c ...

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Breaking the Link Between Chronic Illness and Depression

Living with a chronic illness, such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer, or Parkinson’s disease, requires a realistic but positive outlook. It’s natura ...

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Knowing When to Seek Treatment for Mental Health Disorders

Knowing when to seek treatment for mental health disorders is important for parents and families. Families, spouses, teachers, or friends are often th ...

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Stress Can Increase Your Risk for Heart Disease

Stress is a normal part of life. Stress can come from physical, emotional, and even less dramatic causes. Your body’s response to stress is supposed t ...

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Being a Better Listener & Recognizing the Signs of Someone Who May Be Facing Suicide

Learn how to become a better listener and see those struggling with thoughts of suicide by recognizing the signs before it's too late.

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Getting Outdoors

The health benefits of getting outdoors are valuable for both physical and mental health. Let’s talk about those benefits!

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10 Truths of IBS

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a gastrointestinal disorder that can cause various symptoms. Find out 10 truths of IBS.

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Feeling Alone in a Connected World

Advances in technology help us to stay connected to each other more than ever before. So then, why are people feeling so alone?

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Tips for Overcoming Loneliness

Living through a pandemic has changed every aspect of our lives, including the social norms we took for granted, like connecting with friends and fami ...

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