Direct from Dr. Lowenstein
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has radically changed the way Americans work, shop, socialize and navigate daily life. Now, with the introduction of telehealth, it is also changing how they meet and interact with their health care professionals. Social distancing and quarantines have dramatically accelerated the
The internet allows children and teens to connect, learn and play in amazing ways. When school buildings closed last year to minimize the spread of COVID-19, the internet also made it possible for many kids to attend classes online with their own teachers and classmates.
It’s almost time for a new school year to begin, and there’s still a great deal of uncertainty related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Parents are paying close attention to guidance from their school district on masks, social distancing and other precautions to reduce the
One in 5 U.S. adults experience mental illness each year. It’s good to know that mental health treatment is available, making recovery a reality for most of these individuals. Unfortunately, taking the initial steps to seek treatment can be confusing, difficult and even daunting for
Recovering from a divorce can be emotionally and financially challenging. On the other hand, it can also open the door to great opportunities. For some, life after divorce is a time for self-discovery and pursuing passions that may have been sidelined during the marriage. Whether
Throughout the pandemic, many people struggled with getting a good night’s sleep. But even before then, more than 50 million Americans suffered from a sleep disorder, according to the American Sleep Association. The most common sleep disorder is insomnia, which is defined as trouble falling