David Archuleta Says He’s “Not Sure” About Sexuality After Coming Out As Gay to His Family in 2014

David Archuleta made a brave post on Instagram about his sexuality. The American Idol alum shared his story during Pride Month about his sexuality and spiritual beliefs. “I like to keep to myself but also thought this was important to share because I know so many other people from religious upbringings feel the same way,”… Read More »

Why We Need to Discuss the COVID-19 Vaccine with Women of Childbearing Age

When we meet with women for perinatal psychiatry consultations, we now ask about vaccinations.  It’s not something we typically do, but after the last year, we are now getting involved in their decisions regarding vaccination against COVID-19.  Just as we counsel women to avoid alcohol and to consistently take their prenatal vitamins, providing information on… Read More »

Pressure building on PM over ‘cruel’ issue

Greens leader Adam Bandt has slammed the federal government’s “cruel” handling of a refugee family’s immigration case, while calling for changes to the nation’s asylum seeker laws. Prime Minister Scott Morrison is facing growing calls to immediately release a Tamil family, who lived in Biloela, from detention and returned to their Queensland home. On Sunday,… Read More »

The Pandemic Accelerated Consumers’ Digital Health Tech Ownership As Big Tech Morphs To Big Health

The pandemic ushered in millions of peoples’ first digital health experiences, many of which will persist according to the 23rd Annual U.S. Consumer Technology Ownership & Market Potential Study, published by the Consumer Technology Association. CTA conducted an online survey among 2,409 U.S. adult 18 and over in April 2021 to gather data for this… Read More »