Healthcare

Newspapers Are to Blame for Holiday Suicide Myth

Opinion by Dan Romer, University of Pennsylvania For years, the media have reported that more suicides occur during the holidays than at any other time. Many of these stories, no doubt, are meant to help people cope with the melancholy and...

Americans Are Freaking Out: Stress Poll

In a recent survey, 59% of Americans said “they consider this to be the lowest point in our nation’s history that we can remember," according to Bloomberg. The reason behind such strong feelings? The America...

3,500 Fresnans Will Get Cancer in ’17. How You Can Help

By Donna Gavello Today’s busy lifestyles can make it hard to find time to volunteer, however, the benefits of volunteering are enormous to you and your community. As an American Cancer Society volunteer, you are honoring a survivor or a loved one lost to ca...
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