If you’re like many Americans, you probably work long hours and take few vacations. It’s a recipe for burnout. But what if there were a way to be successful without pushing yourself to the brink? Psychologist Emma Seppala has studied ways to help people who are chronically stressed out, and her findings could help many.. read more →

A new RAND report found that service members receive varying levels of mental health care based on pay grade.   A recent study by RAND Corp. found that the military’s treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder and depression was impacted by an individual’s pay grade, with higher ranking personnel receiving greater access to medication and treatment.. read more →

‘Our patients pay a huge price for surviving critical illness’ ORLANDO — The long-term, often life-altering, physical, cognitive, and mental impairments associated with ICU stays are common following hospitalization for critical illness, especially among patients who undergo mechanical ventilation, an expert said here. But few patients or family members understand the potential impact of post-ICU.. read more →