Solving Our Biggest Health Worries

In case you missed it, Make Change devoted a week of coverage to health issues facing Americans. You don’t need to go far to figure out that many of us have a hard time finding a doctor, opening up about stigmatized illnesses, finding support when we’re seriously struggling, and figuring out how to deal with chronic conditions without tanking our bank accounts. But there are some glimmers of innovation in some of the dimmest corners of the healthcare industry and potentially many more solutions to come.

Can a Coffee Table Magazine Break the Stigma of Mental Illness?

Anxy magazine, a richly designed and seriously curated print publication, wants readers to know that it’s OK to not feel OK sometimes.

The U.S. Needs More Doctors, and 60,000 May Be Hiding in Plain Sight

As the country struggles to meet basic health care demands, should it be easier for foreign physicians to practice here?

Tech’s Next Big Thing Is Going to Be Great for Seniors

The internet of things finds an admirable purpose in assisting senior citizens in leading longer, healthier, and more independent lives.

The Next Act for a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer? Crowdfunding Life-Changing Medical Inventions

New Wave rocker Jerry Harrison and ex-Morgan Stanley wealth manager Brian Smith, are teaming up to change the way health care innovation is funded through RedCrow, a crowdfunding company committed to social good.

My City, My Money, My Anxiety

In New Orleans, mental health and money are caught in a vicious cycle.

Staying Healthy in the Queer Community Means Prioritizing Mental Health. 

The Debt-Free Guys tackle some of the most difficult problems LGBTQ people face: depression, substance abuse, and suicide.