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How to Break Through The "Pandemic Wall'

by Tracey A. Maine

Have you been experiencing higher than usual levels of stress and anxiety lately? Are you easily distracted and having problems staying focused at work or while you're doing your schoolwork? Have you been compulsively overeating or watching the news? Do you feel exhausted during the day and yet have trouble sleeping at night?

Experts say to keep an eye on your mental health during pandemic

by Matt Berry

The risks from the coronavirus pandemic aren’t just virus itself. The economic uncertainty, the social isolation and the unprecedented changes to the daily lives of millions worldwide can lead to greater feelings of anxiety.

Resources to help students during coronavirus closure

by Matt Berry

As schools and businesses around the country close in response to the new coronavirus pandemic, we put together a list or resources to help.

Is a Cell Phone Addiction Putting Your Life on Hold?

by Tracey A. Maine

Are more Americans becoming addicted to their cell phones?

Hocking Offers Mental Health First Aid Training to Campus Community

by Tracey A. Maine

On June 24, 2019, CNN featured an article that detailed how an eight-hour workshop has been changing the way people interact with persons in the midst of a mental illness or alcohol/drug addiction crisis.   

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

by Tim Brunicardi

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. 

How Massage Therapy Can Help Alleviate Your Headaches

by Tim Brunicardi

While almost everyone gets an occasional headache, for some it's a common, if not daily, occurrence. It's important to understand that there are different types of headaches and that treatment can vary according to the type that's being addressed.

America's War On Drugs: How You Can Help Combat the Drug Epidemic

by Tim Brunicardi

It's no secret that the U.S. has a drug problem.

Substance Abuse Counselors: Where Do They Work & What Do They Do?

by Tim Brunicardi

Do you know someone who was addicted to alcohol or drugs and sought treatment? If so, then they may have seen a substance abuse counselor.

4 Ways Students Can Get a Better Night's Sleep in College

by Hocking College Contributing Writer

College students may not be known for their stellar sleeping habits, but that doesn’t mean you should suffer from insomnia. Between a noisy dorm setting and an unfamiliar sleeping space, you may find yourself lying awake at night. It’s no wonder why as much as 70% of college students aren't sleeping enough.

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