Chronic pain can disrupt daily life and school for children and teens. These activities may help soothe children’s chronic pain and keep them in school.
Anti-fat bias in healthcare leads to poorer health outcomes, research shows. Follow these steps to mitigate weight stigma.
What is medical skepticism? How is it different from medical information? Read this guide to learn how healthcare professionals can deal with medical skepticism.
In recent years, at-home test kits for STIs—which allow an individual to collect a sample at home instead of at a clinic—have become more common, making testing more accessible and appealing to individuals who may avoid going to a clinic due to stigma or shame.
Prenatal genetic tests can offer individuals more information about the health of their unborn baby, but they can also come with additional anxiety.
Children with autism spectrum disorder may experience distress during medical visits. Nurses can use strategies to support ASD patients.
Having good sleep hygiene is especially important for shift workers. Explore some tips that can help individuals form healthy sleep habits.
Health care providers are uniquely positioned to stop human trafficking. Explore ways in which clinicians can help end forced sex work and labor.
Research shows that having access to gender affirming healthcare can improve mental health among transgender and gender nonconforming youth.
Improvisational acting can help healthcare providers build soft skills, such as communication and empathy. What are acting exercises that students can use?