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No problem is too small: Why you should see a counselor and what to...

A visit to your school counseling center or a professional therapist can do wonders for your mental health. Learn why you should make an appointment today.
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Our top 4 mental health apps to help you deal with everyday stress and...

These four mental health apps offer scientifically proven tools and resources to help you manage stress and anxiety.
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“A gradual better”: One student’s story of dealing with suicidal thoughts

Learn the warning signs and what you can say or do if someone you know is considering suicide.
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Making the most of disability services on your campus

Making use of the disability services on your campus can play a huge role in your academic success. Here are some tips to help you make the most of this valuable resource.
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Quick fixes for reducing your screen time right now

Try these five easy ways to have a phone-free moment.
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Marijuana legalization: Where the debate stands

The debate on marijuana legalization continues: Here’s what we know about the pros and cons
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9 ways to deal with an overbearing friend

What to do if a friend becomes too much.
Gut health

Your second brain: How your gut affects your mental health

Scientists are finding that our gut microbiome affects our brain and mental health more than we knew.
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Ask the counselor: “How do I know if I found the right psychologist for...

A counselor discusses how to choose the right psychologist for your individual needs.
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Why you probably need more sleep—and how to get it

Sleep deprivation can affect more than just your tiredness; it can have a major impact on your immune system, weight, stress level, and focus.