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PsychologyFebruary 14, 2019

When the Brain is in Danger – Questioning Beliefs

  What happens to our brains when our beliefs are questioned? Why is it that when we are

HealthJanuary 16, 2019

Speak Up if You Have Been Bullied in Medicine

Bullying in medicine is a silent pandemic. In this article, we confront and dissect this problem that is

Mental HealthJanuary 14, 2019

Finding Meaning Through Eating Disorder Recovery

  Trying to figure out what purpose you serve as an individual is a tough job for anyone. Doing so while recovering from an eating disorder is a nightmare. When one has an issue, the most common approach is to attempt to tackle that issue to solve it. And yet, when I was going through

HealthDecember 27, 2018

Yoga – Another Physical Spectrum

Swapping high physical fitness training for a slow but steady alternative. In the second year of the Dubai

Mental HealthDecember 5, 2018

Burning Inside Out for Medicine

  The rates of burnout in healthcare is increasing at alarming rates. Together, we discover the reasons behind burnout, its consequences, and probable solutions. In 1974, “burnout” was officially recognized between healthcare professionals, especially physicians. Nevertheless, medicine was already known to be a tough discipline many years before that. Dr. William Steward Halsted, the father

PsychologyOctober 30, 2018

The Influence Our Surrounding Environments Have On Us

  We are often unaware of how influential the environment we surround or place ourselves in may impact our overall state of wellbeing. As much as we would like to think that during most times we are immune to our surroundings, we are not. In fact, our surroundings affect us in many different ways, and

Mental HealthOctober 10, 2018

A Year in Mental Health Journalism (@CarterFellows) – #WorldMentalHealthDay

  Reflecting on the year I spent focusing on mental health journalism and all that was published under it. A month ago, I completed my Rosalynn Carter Fellowship in Mental Health Journalism. It’s a fellowship program that was started by the Former First Lady of The United States Mrs. Rosalynn Carter about 20 years ago.

Mental HealthOctober 1, 2018

5 Ways to Handle A Friend’s Mental Illness

  When a person struggles with depression, anxiety, PTSD, Bipolar disorder or another mental illness, everyone around that

Mental HealthSeptember 26, 2018

Taking Sick Leave for Your Mental Health

A look at what organizations need to do to support mental health. A few months ago, Sail dedicated

Mental HealthSeptember 12, 2018

Childhood Bully and the Long-Lasting Damage it Causes

Though main forms of bully start and end at a young age in school, the damage it causes