Greg Hitchcock

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When I was in high school, I read Flowers for Algernon. The classic 1966 science-fiction novel tells the story of menial laborer Charlie Gordon, 32, who has an IQ of 68 and is suddenly gifted with intelligence after taking part in an experiment. However, the effects of the experiment are only temporary as Charlie slowly diminishes… Read More

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As our population ages, health and behavioral health care needs will rise. Many families will respond to these needs by acting as caregivers. During this October’s National Depression and Mental Health Screening Month, we should be mindful of the behavioral health needs of caregivers. A 2015 study conducted at the Hunter Holmes McGuire Medical Center… Read More

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I’m 50 years of age; a halfway point for someone who lives to be 100. With today’s modern science, it’s achievable. That being said, I am more active now than I have been in previous years and have started a healthy journey of recovery not only mentally and emotionally, but physically. Some are late bloomers.… Read More