The dialogue is critical as colleges cope with the needs of students who are dealing with a variety of mental health issues – depression, substance abuse, ADHD and more.
Heart disease is the number one killer for women in the United States – a stark fact and that could lead one to avoid checking on heart health. While there are risk factors you cannot change, such as family history, there are many you can control.
When it comes to health, you are the best judge of something that may be awry. If you wait for a loved one or colleague to tell you that you’re not on your usual game, your symptoms may have waylaid you into a chronic condition.
To help remind us all that we need to stop, take a breath, and also check up on our physical and emotional well-being, the National Panhellenic Conference is recognizing National Women’s Health Week, which kicks off on Mother’s Day.
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