Dora Calott Wang

Can Digital Health Rescue Health Care?

Former executives of Coursera, Trulia, and LinkedIn turn their focus to behavioral health startups.

Psychiatry and Tech: An Odd Couple, An Impending Marriage

The Engagement between Tech and Psychiatry Grows
Dora Calott Wang

What's Up with Bipolar Disorder?

Bipolar disorder is as malignant as cancer, says Robert Post.
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To App or Not to App

American Psychiatric Association takes Leadership in the Wild West of Mental Health Apps
Dora Calott Wang

Separate and Unequal

How can we make America a more equal and prosperous society for our kids?
Dora Calott Wang

'Tis the Season to Stay Calm

Expecting people to change is unrealistic—especially during Christmas dinner.
Dora Calott Wang

Suicide is Preventable, Menninger Clinic President Says

Want to Prevent Suicide? Just Set the Goal of Zero Suicides.
Dora Calott Wang

Growing Pains in the Teenage Brain

Growing pains occur more for the teenage brain, than even the teenage body
Dora Wang

Are Apps the Future of Psychiatry?

Half of American counties have no mental health professional. Are mental health apps a solution?
Dora Wang

Year of the Caregiver?

Senate and House consider bills to support and fund caregiving. AARP Forum calls for recognition of caregiving.
Can We Really Die of a Broken Heart?

Can We Really Die of a Broken Heart?

Medical research shows that poets and songwriters are right--we can indeed die of a broken heart.
Dora Wang

Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, MD, Inaugurated

Surgeon General Vivek Murthy's inaugural speech calls for civic leaders to ignite discussions on mental health, and to bring the topic "out of the shadows".

They Chose Guns Over Mental Health Care

"Call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest emergency room." This kind of caring has put the nation into a state of emergency.

Can Trauma or Angst Heal in One Session?

A new psychotherapy offers the healing of years on the couch—but in just a few sessions. Really.

Is Wall Street Making Life or Death Decisions?

I believe that medical care shouldn't be considered an ordinary product, like athletic shoes or flat screen TV's. Rather, it is quickly becoming essential, like water. Yet there will be no easy answers when it comes medical care, in this brave new world in which DNA is already being tweaked to grow completely new organs. We are embarking on a new, complex and long chapter of history.