Since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 (coronavirus) a global pandemic, many of us are facing unknowns and experiencing changes in everyday life. An outbreak like this triggers a response from us that not only demands energy and creates stress but can also lead to physical and emotional problems. It’s essential to recognize that mental
Coronavirus (COVID-19) is at the forefront of many people’s minds, as the outbreak continues to dominate global news and media. During times of uncertainty, it is understandable that many of us feel an increased level of concern around protecting the health and safety of ourselves, our families and communities. Though the virus symptoms are similar
Karen Adams, our Chief Commercial and Health Innovation Officer, shares insights on how Snapclarity is pioneering a new mental health benefit that provides a focus on prevention and risk assessments to help build a resilient and healthy workforce
It can be difficult to watch someone you care about struggle with a mental health problem, particularly if you perceive the solution to be simple. Eating disorders are complex mental illnesses that go beyond adopting a simple change in eating habits since they are not about the food or weight.
We often think of the holidays as a time to gather and celebrate with loved ones, but for far too many people, it’s a time of loneliness. This season can be especially challenging for people who live far from family, have experienced a loss or are going through a divorce or break-up — firing up