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It seems that the midlife "slump", "crisis", or "malaise" phenomenon is actually something that has been studied and written about a lot in the last 40+ years. The phrase "midlife crisis" was originally coined in the 1960s, as explains Jonathan Rauch in his 2018 book "The Happiness Curve- Why Life Gets Better After 50." He describes some...

Do you want to know the secret to making major change in your life? It's not what you might think...

The changes that come with menopause can be subtle or they can come like a sledgehammer. Hot flashes, night sweats- they're the obvious ones. At least when it's a sledgehammer, there's no doubt about what's going on. Most women themselves and any reasonable medical practitioner can figure it out. But what about some of the more subtle mental and...

Physicians today are being asked to be more productive, document more thoroughly on user-unfriendly EMRs, meet quality metrics, achieve outstanding patient satisfaction scores, and do all this with a smile. But medical practice is stressful, whether you're in the office, the operating room, or on the floors of the hospital. It takes time to see...