In an interview with Sara Lee Kessler on NBC News Radio and 77 WABC News, Dr. Roseann discussed the relation between Lyme Disease and Mental Health. She also touched upon the recent news of Justin Bieber’s battle with Lyme Disease.
As a mental health expert and psychologist, Dr. Roseann gave her insight on the HuffPost article, “20 Ways to Be A Happier Person in 2020, According to Therapists.”
Dr. Roseann was featured on the Yahoo! News article, “An Introvert’s Guide to Parenting an Extroverted Child.”
Dr. Roseann was included in GMA’s article, “Mom Responds to Being Told She ‘Babies’ her Son in Viral Post”.
Executive functioning skills are the foundation of what kids and teens are expected to do in school and at home on a daily basis. When kids are lacking in executive functioning skills, they struggle with keeping up with both basic and challenging things at home and school.
New data analysis shows that not only are Lyme and Tick-borne Disease insurance claims and diagnosis are on the rise but that demographics are changing. A nonprofit organization working for national healthcare cost and insurance transparency, FAIR Health, analyzed data from 2007-2018 from over 30 billion private healthcare claims.
A 2019 study looked at the online activity and screen use patterns of almost 4,000 adolescents over a four-year period starting in the seventh grade. They found that increased use of social media, television, and computer increases anxiety in teenagers. I know cue a huge eye roll… like we needed a study to tell us that. Even though the information may seem obvious to parents, this does spotlight how we choose to monitor our children’s use with electronics. In a world where information is being thrown at us from every conceivable angle with very little human interaction, this study finally confirms what we have known all along, that when teens spend to much time on their devices, they become anxious.
Essential fatty acids found in oily fish could have a documented history of supporting brain health, and more specifically improving anxiety, depression, ADHD, cognitive functioning and physical health, including sleep, vision, asthma, joint pain, metabolic issues, inflammation, auto-immune disorders, skin and cancer.
Dr. Roseann was included in Grateful, “7 things you can do to increase your emotional intelligence” and USA Today.