Startups face a moment of reckoning as employees ditch the culture of crowding

In March of last year, 35-year-old Paul (name changed), who worked for a popular e-commerce startup, fell ill for the third time in a month. He experienced a high fever, shivers, and low blood pressure for several days. It was clear that the pressure of increasing responsibilities at work was getting in the way of … Read more

Anthony Bourdain revealed the final texts before death in a book

Anthony Bourdain suffered from fame and heartbreak in the days leading up to his life death by suicidereveals a new book. In an unauthorized biography titled “Down and Out in Heaven: The Life of Anthony Bourdain,” Journalist Charles Larsen has included text messages sent by the late famous chef in his last days that give … Read more

J Balvin’s new bilingual mental health app, OYE, wants to turn emotion into creativity – NBC New York

When J Balvin finds himself struggling to create middle music His struggle with mental healthMake the difficult decision to seek help. Now, he uses what he’s learned to help others. Colombian singer-born Jose Alvaro Osorio Balvin is one of the best-selling Latin music artists of this generation, known for breaking barriers through sound, fashion and … Read more

More doctors are suffering from fatigue, and health systems must do more

A panel of doctors said it was not about building more flexibility. Health organizations need to save resources and reduce the burden on their physicians. More and more doctors are experiencing burnout, and it has become a major concern for healthcare leaders. Medical fatigue has reached a new level, according to A study Posted in … Read more

One Read panel discusses mental health resources for teens | Sweetened

The Daniel Boone Regional Library hosted a panel focused on adolescent mental health and resources to support it Wednesday night at the Boone County Center for History and Culture. The event, “I’m Listening: A Single Reading Panel on Adolescent Mental Health,” featured Tina Edholm, field counseling specialist in human development, and Heather Harlan, public health … Read more

A look at the impact of bullying on students’ mental health ::

WRAL’s Dan Haggerty talks with local students about their experiences with bullying in light of the suicide of a 13-year-old at Wendell Middle School. Show text News coverage you can count on. >> All rights to all. Hello. welcome back. I’m Dan Hagerty and this is in depth as we spend a little bit more … Read more

DSG Fellow Jennifer Ayers continues to hit the right notes for mental health awareness

published before one hour Submitted by DICK . sporting goods Originally published on DICK’S Sporting Goods Sideline Report Jennifer Ayers has a story to tell. Before we get into it, you want everyone to know something: All of our mental health stories, whether they’re shown on the big screen through a Hollywood movie or discussed … Read more