By Dr. Erin Bell, CETL Staff September marks Suicide Prevention Awareness Month in the United States. Based on recent data from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the National Institutes of Mental Health (NIMH), suicide is the third leading cause of death among people aged 15-24 in the U.S. and suicide is the 12th leading cause […]
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By Dr. Renady Hightower, Associate Professor, Health Services Administration COVID-19 changed the world in 2020. The effects of which reached into the lives of each of us in many ways. COVID-19 research documents the pain and anguish felt across the spectrum of human existence. Unfortunately, the ultimate sacrifice has been the numbers of lives lost […]
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by Mia Hairston, CETL Staff By Mia Hairston, CETL Staff Many of us have come to know or love yoga as a combining of physical, mental, and spiritual methods to quiet the mind, to release tension in the body, and to combat stress. The many variations of yoga and the accompanying techniques may leave one […]
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By Kimberly Moner, R.N. An acquaintance is walking toward you. You ask, “How are you feeling?” but do not really want to know the answer. When was the last time you looked inside yourself and asked, “How am I feeling?” Experiencing the death of both of my parents in a four month period pushed me […]
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