Screen time can disrupt circadian rhythms and affect the quality of our sleep. These tips can help separate sleep time from screen time.
Patients diagnosed with diabetes are more likely to experience mental health issues, creating a need to to balance physical health with their emotional wellbeing.
The COVID-19 pandemic is putting additional stress on front-line nurses and health care workers, making it important for communities to support them.
Considering the physical, psychological and financial effects of organ donation can help prospective living donors decide whether organ donation is right for them.
As flu season begins and communities wait for a COVID-19 vaccine, what do people need to know about herd immunity and vaccinations?
The pandemic has forced many aspects of health to change. How has perinatal health been affected, and what can be done to better support expectant mothers?
Miscarriage can be a painful experience with long-lasting effects on women’s emotional, mental, and physical health. How can they move toward healing?
Expectant mothers may choose from several kinds of perinatal providers and settings. Fully considering each can help ensure comfort and safety in childbirth.
More than 11 million Americans misused their prescription opioids in 2017, according to the CDC. Read Georgetown’s guide for tips on how to communicate with your provider about an opioid prescription.
With an understanding of their rights and how clinicians can offer support, adolescent girls can learn to advocate for their health.