Stephanie Bustamente, registered nurse at BlueCross with a focus on behavioral health, says people often stereotype eating disorders as happening in young, small women, but that’s not the case. They can affect anyone.
One Nashville woman shares 3 things she recommends to help you prepare for a telehealth appointment with your health care provider after experiencing her own.
Tammy Starling, psychotherapist and grief specialist for BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, says that during uncertain times, it’s
completely healthy to worry, but it’s not healthy to get to the point of becoming detached.
Dr. Jill Amos, licensed behavioral health psychologist for BlueCross, explains the lifelong effects of stressful or traumatic events in childhood.
Dr. Judith Overton, a medical director for BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, provides alcohol awareness tips that everyone should know.
As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, uncertainty may tempt people to pursue preventive measures or treatments based on what they’ve heard in the news or from friends. Two clinical experts explain what to do instead and what we need to know about treatment.
Dr. Jill Amos, licensed behavioral health psychologist for BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, discusses 3 things to know about grief and health.
Caregivers need to practice self-care, and consider these 7 recommendations, so their own health doesn’t become compromised.
Del Ray Zimmerman, director of the Office for Diversity Affairs and LGBTQ Health at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, explains 10 unique health care needs LGBTQ individuals may have.
WellTuned spoke with Dr. Daniel Cusator, a medical director in care management for BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, about screenings and what patients should know.