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Staying healthy during NBA All-Star Weekend in Indianapolis

With Indianapolis hosting the 2024 NBA All-Star Weekend Feb.16-18, the city anticipates upward of 125,000 tourists in Circle City. With dozens of events taking...

Never alone: The unexplored depths of suicide

"I've faced suicide a few times in my life," said Indianapolis resident Taurean Taylor. "After the passing of my brother, I didn't know what...

Community walk in downtown Indianapolis aims to heighten awareness about suicide

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) will host the Out of the Darkness Community Walk on Saturday, Sept. 9 at Military Park in...

No more BS: an editorial on men’s health

Growing up, young boys are told many facetious things. 'Don't cry,' 'Don't show emotions,' and a handful of additional BS that is untruthful. Some of...


Life by itself is a difficult task, let alone the idea of becoming a parent and now being fully responsible for another individual. This...

The struggles of Black men and mental health

Black men lack the resources and support that is needed for them as it pertains to mental health. It is rare that a Black...

Parental death can devastate children. An Indianapolis group is expanding grief support

By DARIAN BENSON One in 12 children in the U.S. will experience the death of a parent or sibling by age 18 according to JAG Institute,...

Shifting our traumas to triumphs: A self-care perspective on mental wellness

Wow! “I didn’t account for this…” YOU ARE NOT ALONE. Please allow me a moment of your time to voice my experiences and perspectives on...

Can court-ordered therapy work for you?

In honor of mental health awareness month, most stories presented are usually about how any of us could improve our mental health. However, there...
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