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Winter Blues: How to Handle Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that begins around the same time each year. Learn what causes seasonal affective disorder, what causes SAD, and how to treat...

Stress Rash: Five Things to Know about Stress Rash

You’ve had a rough day. Your to-do list is getting longer by the minute. And to make matters worse, your skin suddenly looks how you feel — stressed! But is...

Being Kind is Good for Your Health

Did you know practicing an act of kindness a day can make you healthier? See how partaking in positive behaviors can change your mood and overall health.

Substance Abuse Program Offers Services for Any Stage of Recovery

The pandemic has left many of us more stressed than ever. That includes people suffering from substance abuse. Learn more about how to help with substance abuse with the Summit...

Reacquainting With Basics for Well-Being

Throughout the pandemic, even psychiatrists have had to push themselves to break out of routines and stir their imaginations.

Minority Mental Health Month: Breaking Down the Barriers to Care

It’s a sobering fact: minorities tend to have poorer mental health outcomes and experience greater challenges accessing care. There are many factors that lead to these inequities from racism and...

June is Pride Month: Summit Health Shines a Light on Health and the LGBTQ+ Community

Every individual deserves to receive the best possible care so they can live a long, happy, and healthy life. However, it has been found that certain groups of people—including particular...

Erasing the Stigma: May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental Health Awareness Month is here again, and it's crucial, now more than ever, to explore the struggles, successes, and stories of those who have a mental illness. There still...

The Sobering Facts about Dry January

In a buzzworthy trend, many people are kicking off the new year with a resolve to cut out alcohol for a month – AKA Dry January. After the excesses of...

How to Recognize and Deal with Seasonal Affective Disorder

If you dread the coming weather, you're not alone. And if you find that your mood changes for the worse as the days get shorter and colder, it may not...

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