Stories tagged: "mental health"


Vice President Kamala Harris applauds as President Joe Biden speaks during a bill signing ceremony for the Respect for Marriage Act, Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2022, on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
10 Accomplishments of the First Two Years of the Biden-Harris Administration

Over the past two years, the Biden-Harris administration and the Democratic-run House and Senate acted to lower healthcare and drug costs; fight climate change and reduce energy costs; invest in mental health care; and invest in American manufacturing and infrastructure.

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10 Ways the Federal Government Delivered for American Workers and Families This Year

Under Democratic control, the federal government acted to lower healthcare and prescription drug costs; fight climate change and lower energy costs; invest in gun safety and mental healthcare; and implement a generational investment in American industry, manufacturing, and infrastructure.

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Free Mental Health Program for Farmworkers Launches in California and Florida

"Mental health is a health and wellness issue, but it is also a critical workers' issue that we all must address," said Mónica Ramírez, founder and president of Justice for Migrant Women.

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Pet Adoptions Are Soaring Among Latinos Because of the Pandemic

There has been a boom in pet adoptions during the pandemic, but it's important to make sure the pet will fit into your post-COVID lifestyle before adopting.

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Yes! You Can Count Your Blessings This Thanksgiving. Here’s How.

Gratitude is associated with greater happiness, better health, and improved self-esteem.

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‘La Gorda Who Loves to Bake’: Meet the Texas Chicana Who Turned a Passion for Sweets Into a Business

"This is the first time that I’m doing something I care about," says the Texas native who found her calling in the kitchen.

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Kids Are Locked to Their Computers and Phones During COVID. That Is Giving Them Depression and Insomnia.

The lack of parental supervision brings another consequence—children are accessing apps and platforms that are not age-appropriate.