Summer Sun and Skin Health

By Anetta Reszko, M.D., Ph.D.
Now that we finally had some summer weather this weekend, it is time to think seriously about sun protection and other ways to maintain healthy and glowing complexions. We know that over 70 percent of UV radiation exposure occurs in the summer months so sun protection is essential.
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Emotional Health

Summer’s Healing Power: Earth, Water, and Light

By Cecilia M. Ford, Ph.D.
Ecotherapy is a new kind of psychotherapy that embraces the healing power of the natural world. The basic premise is that by connecting with nature—plants, animals, wind, sun, sky, water, etc.—we experience a spiritual and emotional connection with the world and are able to feel more at peace and grounded.
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Adults Have Attention Disorders Too

By Megan Riddle, M.D. Ph.D. MS
Doctor Megan Riddle responds to a question from the mother of a child with ADHD to help us better understand Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and its impact on adults. 
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“Mother,” by Lola Ridge

By Rebecca Foust
Homage to a mother—is a common theme in poetry, but, refreshingly, is presented here without the Hallmark cliché or sentiment that so often mars such poems. Restraint is evident in every line
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