Teeth grinding affects up to a third of adults during the day and one in ten adults at night. Bruxism (the medical term for teeth grinding) happens when people grind their teeth or clench their jaw unconsciously. Most people who grind their teeth or clench their jaw—during the day or at night—are unaware they are doing it, until they visit their dentist.
When it comes to the nationwide opioid crisis, Arizona has one of the nation’s highest rates of opioid overdoses and deaths. Explore why this is and what the state is doing to prevent it.
Sticking to a healthy lifestyle in 2022 starts with setting smart, attainable goals. Get inspired for your New Year’s health resolutions with these expert tips.
This season of joy and celebration also presents a variety of health risks that could impact your plans. These holiday safety tips will help you stay healthy through the new year.
Are you a parent wondering what the common health problems are for a teenager today? This guide will help you identify and address their most common issues.
Addiction is a disease that can be treated with the right support. Learn the science behind having a substance use disorder, treatment methods, risk factors and more.
There are many misconceptions about living with a psychotic disorder. Learn the truth about what causes psychosis, as well as warning signs of bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.
Children’s behavioral health is an important issue in the United States. As a parent, it’s important to identify mental illness causes and warning signs, then learn the proper approach for helping your child.
Our state scored poorly in a new study that measured kids’ health, education, economics and family life. Explore the causes of these low numbers, as well as how we can improve Arizona’s ranking in the years to come.
Your child will encounter a series of growth and development milestones from infancy to adulthood. This Q&A guide will help you become more prepared to answer your toughest parenting questions.
Maintaining mental health in quarantine has taken a psychological toll on nearly everyone. However, this past year has helped us generate open conversations about how we feel and de-stigmatize seeking treatment.
Some use mental health and behavioral health interchangeably, but there are important differences between the two. Here’s how to know the difference between mental health and behavioral health.