Changemakers: B.J. Miller: Palliative Care Physician, UCSF Medical Center - Hospice News
Hospice and palliative care physician Bruce (B.J.) Miller has made it his mission to help people “live well in the face of death.” A hospice and palliative care physician at the University of California Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center and former executive director of the Zen Hospice Project, Miller speaks nationally about end-of-life care, …
Evelyn Ceballos Column: Depression and Anxiety Give Way to a New State of
I truly can’t pinpoint when my anxiety and depression started, but I was bullied at a very young age and d
How One Bodybuilder is Normalizing Autism in Strength Sports
Crystal Rapoza, the founder of Autism Bodybuilding, believes that strength sports should provide a welcoming space for everyone... even if they aren't neuro typical.
Confessions Of An Exhausted Caregiver - SixFeetApart
In March 2020, parents suddenly took on a whole new set of roles as schools, playdates, sports and other extra curricular activities came to a halt. Services of all types from PT to in home care to tutoring were canceled. The task was tough, but for those with special needs children, it was all the more overwhelming. In honor of National Family Caregivers Month, one mother recounts the recent challenges... from the enormous responsibility to the unending frustration to the power of…
After factory work as a kid, an oncologist aims to give patients a 'good life'
Mutlay Sayan tracks not only cancer survival statistics and side effects, but the experiences that lurk behind them.