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Anxiety and Depression Aren’t Just Genetic
Anxiety and Depression Aren’t Just Genetic
Approximately 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. experiences mental illness in a given year, according to the National Institutes of Mental Health. Depression and anxiety disorders are two of the most common mental disorders in the country; 6.7 percent of adults had at least one major depressive episode in the past year and an estimated 18.1 percent of adults experience anxiety disorders (when anxiety becomes excessive). Integrative psychiatrist Dr. Ellen Vora discusses the factors that play into these diagnoses in this clip from WellBe's full interview with her.
Dr. Robert Graham on Changing the “Pill for an Ill” Mentality in Medicine
Dr. Robert Graham on Changing the “Pill for an Ill” Mentality in Medicine
Conventional medicine has the attitude of a “pill for an ill,” but Dr. Robert Graham of FRESH Med in Brooklyn, NY, is working to change that in favor of getting to the root cause of disease using a food-first approach. Graham started out as an internal medicine doc and then got his Master’s of Public Health from the Harvard School of Public Health while also getting a fellowship in Integrative Medical Therapies at Harvard Medical School. When he was at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, he started the first education and edible rooftop garden at a hospital in the city. Patients and employees got to enjoy the fresh produce. In 2016, he started FRESH Med, an integrative health practice located within Physio Logic, a wellness center in Brooklyn.  
Dr. Robin Berzin’s Parsley Health is Making Functional Medicine More Accessible
Dr. Robin Berzin’s Parsley Health is Making Functional Medicine More Accessible
Dr. Robin Berzin went to med school at Columbia University with the goal of getting a solid, conventional medicine education that she could use to help patients in a non-conventional way. The combo of studying public health in college and seeing her dad’s experience as a primary care doctor showed her that medicine alone wasn’t the solution— that things like yoga, nutrition, meditation, and lifestyle changes needed to be the first line of defense in preventing disease.
Latham Thomas’ Pregnancy Taught Her How to Create a Birth Dream Team
Latham Thomas’ Pregnancy Taught Her How to Create a Birth Dream Team
When Latham Thomas was pregnant with her son, she worked with midwives and was able to have a positive, healthy birth experience. Inspired, she created Mama Glow, a website and service dedicated to helping women have happy, holistic pregnancies armed with all the info they need to make the best decisions for themselves and their families. Mama Glow offers nutrition & wellness counseling for women, labor support/doula services, yoga classes, and pregnancy coaching.

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