Opinion: The astonishing toll of this ongoing emergency

Editor’s note: Brenda Rivera-Garcia, DVM, MPH is Senior Director of the Latin American and Caribbean Programs for Americas, a former researcher with the US Branch of Disease Control and Dengue Prevention and a regional epidemiologist in Puerto Rico. The opinions expressed in this comment are their own. Opinion More opinion Articles on CNN. CNN – … Read more

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

Blame Mercury for all this madness

It is endlessly amazing that the UK is able to hold a state funeral with only 10 days’ notice, complete with gun salutes, leaders of the free world, and a procession of some 4,000 soldiers marching in time to a single pendulum. Beat… Still, ask a train operator to do something seemingly simple like take … 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

California governor approves mental health courts for the homeless

San Francisco — With more than 100,000 people living on California’s streets, Governor Gavin Newsom signed a first-of-its-kind law on Wednesday that could force some of them into treatment as part of a program he calls “care” but opponents argue is harsh. Newsom signed the Community Aid, Recovery, and Empowerment Act on Wednesday. It will … Read more

Medical coding creates barriers to care for transgender patients

Last year, Tim Chevalier received his first refusal from his insurance company for the hair removal he needed as part of his penis aesthetics, the penis creation. Electrolysis is a common procedure among transgender people like Chevalier, a software developer in Oakland, California. In some cases, it is used to remove unwanted hair from the … Read more

US support to go to mental health crisis teams in Oregon

Salem, Rekaz. – Saying that the police response is often an inappropriate solution to the mindset health Crises, Biden administration officials on Monday announced financial support for the expansion of mobile crisis intervention teams in Oregon. This Pacific Northwest state, which pioneered the use of unarmed intervention teams, became the first to receive an infusion … Read more