Forever Changed: Remembering a Loved One With Alzheimer’s

| By Tracie Moy | Many of us know someone or have had a loved one with a dementia disorder, most commonly Alzheimer’s disease. Personally speaking, it’s a terrible disease to behold. My grandpa, Papa Sam “the handyman,” died from complications due to Alzheimer’s and I miss him. When my daughter was eight months old, … Read more

Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month

| By Brigham Narins | Consider two great baseball players: Bill Buckner and Tom Seaver. Buckner, who played from 1969 to 1990, is remembered in the popular imagination for an error he made in a World Series game, but baseball fans know that he was a great hitter who maintained his greatness across a remarkable … Read more

College Student Anxiety Is on the Rise.
Grow Resources to Confront It.

| By Gale Staff | Did you know that almost two-thirds of college students report feeling overwhelming anxiety at least once during the academic year?* For those that struggle with stress, anxiety, and other mental health issues, they often don’t know where to turn. Or worse yet, they’re afraid to tell anyone that something is … Read more

Erasing the Stigma of Mental Health

| By Brigham Narins, Sr Content Developer, Gale | May is Mental Health Month!  Mental health is like health generally: everybody needs it, wants it, and deserves it. And while there are great disparities in access to general health care worldwide and in the United States, the situation with mental health care is even more … Read more

Put Your Focus on Mental Health and Wellness This Month and Beyond

| By Grace Gallagher, Executive Director, Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation | When it comes to our calendars, our to-do lists, organizational charts, study guides, or lesson plan, we proactively take the time and care to become organized and prepare for the days and weeks ahead. I ask you to consider this, how many of us … Read more

Don’t Keep Your Patrons Waiting

| By Gale Staff | New editions of eBook titles you may already own are coming soon! Empower and support your users in all their learning endeavors and interests by providing access to the most current, essential, and relevant content as soon as it’s available. New editions of titles include: Gale Encyclopedia of Environmental Health, … Read more

Cameron’s Professional Development Collection: Preparing for Teen Mental Health

| By Nicole Albrecht | Cameron’s Collection was built on the foundation of hope; hope that if teens were struggling with anxiety, depression, stress, or other forms of mental health issues, that they could reach into this collection and find the answers they were seeking. Mental health issues are on the rise and with the … Read more

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Meet Sara. She’s a mom with three young children and has parents who are getting up there in age.  She wants the best for her family, and that includes good health. She needs reliable, up-to-date resources that to turn to, whether seeking new yoga poses for herself, healthy cooking for her family or researching specific health concerns such as heart disease.

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